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Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D and Rebellion are latest re-released Star Wars classics

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Three more PC classics from the Star Wars universe arrived on today in a continuation of the retailer's "second wave" of Lucasfilm re-releases, and the final three are coming next week, announced today.

Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D (screenshot above) and Star Wars: Rebellion are now available for $5.99 each on Windows PC, straight out of 1998. This is the first time those games have been sold via digital distribution. also released the Star Wars: Empire at War Gold Pack today, a package that includes the 2006 real-time strategy game and its expansion, Forces of Corruption. The Empire at War Gold Pack regularly costs $14.99, but is available for $11.99, a 20 percent discount, for 72 hours following its launch this morning. is rounding out its Star Wars re-releases on Jan. 27 with Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2 (1997), Star Wars: Starfighter (2001) and Star Wars: Republic Commando (2005). All three of those titles are already available on Steam. Last week, the retailer relaunched Star Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter, Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance and others.

While the three waves of Star Wars games will end next week, noted, "In collaboration with Disney Interactive and Lucasfilm, will release more Lucasfilm titles throughout 2015."

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