Star Wars Demolition
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|Star Wars Demolition|
|System(s): Sega Dreamcast|
|Peripherals supported: Jump Pack, Visual Memory Unit|
|Number of players: 1-2|
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Star Wars Demolition is often seen as precursor to the much more successul Star Wars: Battlefront, although is a much smaller game which only features vehicles and is considered to be hampered by poor controls. Star Wars Demolition runs on the same engine which powers Luxoflux's other games, Vigilante 8 and its sequel, Vigilante 8: Second Offense. The game is infamous for extremely long loading times.
- Main article: Star Wars Demolition/Magazine articles.
|Star Wars games for Sega systems|
|Star Wars Arcade (1993) | Star Wars Trilogy Arcade (1998) | Star Wars Racer Arcade (2001)|
|Star Wars (1993)|
|Star Wars (1993) | Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1995)|
|Star Wars: Rebel Assault (1993) | The Software Toolworks' Star Wars Chess (1994) | Super Star Wars (unreleased)|
|Star Wars Arcade (1994)|
|Rebel Strike (unreleased)|
|Star Wars Trilogy (1997)|
|Star Wars: Episode I Racer (2000) | Star Wars: Episode I Jedi Power Battles (2000) | Star Wars Demolition (2000) | Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing (unreleased)|
|Star Wars related media|
|Homestar R2-D2 (2011) | Homestar R2-D2 EX (2013) | Homestar Darth Vader (2013)|