Mercenary Kyle Katarn is recruited by the Rebel Alliance to recover the plans to the Death Star.
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Kyle's ship, the Moldy Crow, was originally a ship from the West End Games roleplaying game called the Baudo-class Star Yacht. It can be seen as a 2D sprite in some of the preview art in PC Gamer Magazine before the game was finalized. Eventually the ship was changed into a completely new design which was retroactively called a Corellian Engineering Corporation HWK-290 Light Freighter and which would go on to be featured in Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II as well as several cameo appearances in games and comics. See more
Jabba's dialogue when he speaks to Kyle before he is thrown in the kell dragon pit are samples from Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
and originally meant something different in Huttese than what the subtitles in the game imply. See more
This Imperial officer, Crix Madine, wishes to defect to the Alliance. He has supplied us with information on the development of a new weapon... A new type of stormtrooper: the Dark Trooper.
[Kyle cocks an eyebrow, considering for a moment
A new type of stormtrooper that can take out a Rebel base that quickly? I should have kept working for the Empire.
The German version has many references to violence removed in dialog:
- In the intro and the briefing for the first mission, Kyle's blaster pistol is referred to as a stunning pistol. Because of that detail, Mon Mothma has been given extra lines of dialog before the first mission, mentioning that the guards needed to be stunned to avoid casualties.
- In the briefing for the second mission, Jan says "I'm relieved" instead of "I'm impressed" and "Good luck, Kyle" instead of "Good hunting, Kyle".
- Before the sixth mission, Jan urges Kyle to stay alive. In the censored version, she says that he should avoid being detected.
Featured in Gamesmaster: Episode #4.4