Bounty Hunter Showed How Star Wars Could Redeem Episode II

Star Wars‘ Obi-Wan Kenobi and Mace Windu each battle Jango Fett in combat, though only the latter defeated him. Two matches are hardly enough to portray how powerful a character is, and Jango Fett’s brutal and sudden death only lessened the impact his abilities had on the audience. Thankfully, Jango received more recognition in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, where he defeated increasingly monstrous foes.

Not only could the bounty hunter kill several notable crimelords, but Jango also killed a Krayt Dragon, which one of his targets had kept as a pet. Finally, the last opponent Jango Fett faces is Darth Sidious’ former apprentice, whom he soundly defeats. Though Count Dooku ultimately killed the dark Jedi, Jango’s aptitude for beating Force Sensitives is blatantly shown in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter. The game repairs Jango Fett’s reputation and provides more context to the prequels, helping to establish the Legends origins of the Clone Wars along the way.

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter Clarified The Clone Wars’ Origin

Star Wars‘ Clone Wars era is a mainstay of the franchise’s games, though when the conflict initially entered Star Wars canon, George Lucas confined its identity to a single line. Early iterations of the Clone Wars involved a minor dispute between rebelling clones, but the lore swiftly evolved into a galactic conflict between hundreds of star systems and billions of combatants. However, the prequels failed to justify why the Kaminoans and Count Dooku chose Jango Fett to become the clone template and how the conflict between the CIS and Galactic Republic spiraled into war so quickly. Darth Sidious’ machinations contributed to escalating conflicts, complete with the creation of the clone army 10 years prior, but Star Wars: Bounty Hunter revealed just how turbulent the galaxy had become.

While Hutts and Sith villains in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter are incredibly prevalent in the universe, the suffering of everyday people is often overlooked. Players explore many territories struggling to thrive under the Galactic Republic’s rule. Darth Sidious manipulated both sides of the war to his favor, but the discontent beneath Jedi rule also contributed to the eventual start of the Clone Wars. The bounty hunting profession and the lucrative success of other criminal activities speak to the uncontrolled dangers of everyday life during the era, which paints a picture of a galaxy in hushed turmoil.

Count Dooku’s Plots Came To Light In Star Wars: Bounty Hunter

Count Dooku’s appearances in the prequels were minimal, and while he doesn’t occupy a dominant position in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter‘s Clone Wars origin story, he is influential. Dooku’s trials for Jango Fett tested the warrior’s mettle and problem-solving abilities, but his true purpose was to see how Jango fared against Force sensitives. Since the final purpose of the Clone Army is to execute Order 66 and decimate the Jedi Order, Star Wars: Bounty Hunter emphasizes Dooku’s foresight in locating the perfect donor through a perfect test, and shows just how ruthless he truly was.

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter Justifies Boba Fett’s Creation

Boba Fett is a critical Star Wars character that underwent several transformations in his lifetime, even recently being resurrected from his fate in Return of the Jedi in The Mandalorian. While the bounty hunter maintained a limited yet striking presence in the original trilogy, his origins aren’t fully explored or explained in the prequels. Instead, Bounty Hunter shows how Boba and Jango shaped one another, and crafts a moving purpose for Boba’s birth and identity as Jango’s son. During the game’s early stages, players meet Rozatta, a Toydarian, and Jango Fett’s closest friend, who helps the Mandalorian both on and off the battlefield. Unfortunately, Rozatta suffers a brutal demise and dies in Jango’s arms, urging her friend to find something to live for besides money. Jango fulfills this wish after meeting Count Dooku in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, and requests an unmodified Clone for himself, who eventually becomes Boba Fett.

Even though Star Wars: Bounty Hunter‘s story may not be canon after Disney’s takeover, its effect on Jango Fett’s character and the prequels is still noteworthy. Despite many clones receiving far more development than their genetic donor – such as the clones inspired by Star Wars: Republic Commando‘s Delta Squad – Jango Fett’s story contributes to the Galactic Republic’s interest. With increasingly negative reactions to Star Wars’ sequel trilogy, it’s possible the franchise’s future lies in past eras. The Age of Republic’s success is a product of love by many games, movies, and series, but Star Wars: Bounty Hunter first proved how wider Star Wars media could fulfill its potential.


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Star Wars‘ Obi-Wan Kenobi and Mace Windu each battle Jango Fett in combat, though only the latter defeated him. Two matches are hardly enough to portray how powerful a character is, and Jango Fett’s brutal and sudden death only lessened the impact his abilities had on the audience. Thankfully, Jango received more recognition in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, where he defeated increasingly monstrous foes.
Not only could the bounty hunter kill several notable crimelords, but Jango also killed a Krayt Dragon, which one of his targets had kept as a pet. Finally, the last opponent Jango Fett faces is Darth Sidious’ former apprentice, whom he soundly defeats. Though Count Dooku ultimately killed the dark Jedi, Jango’s aptitude for beating Force Sensitives is blatantly shown in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter. The game repairs Jango Fett’s reputation and provides more context to the prequels, helping to establish the Legends origins of the Clone Wars along the way.

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Star Wars: Bounty Hunter Clarified The Clone Wars’ Origin

Star Wars‘ Clone Wars era is a mainstay of the franchise’s games, though when the conflict initially entered Star Wars canon, George Lucas confined its identity to a single line. Early iterations of the Clone Wars involved a minor dispute between rebelling clones, but the lore swiftly evolved into a galactic conflict between hundreds of star systems and billions of combatants. However, the prequels failed to justify why the Kaminoans and Count Dooku chose Jango Fett to become the clone template and how the conflict between the CIS and Galactic Republic spiraled into war so quickly. Darth Sidious’ machinations contributed to escalating conflicts, complete with the creation of the clone army 10 years prior, but Star Wars: Bounty Hunter revealed just how turbulent the galaxy had become.

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While Hutts and Sith villains in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter are incredibly prevalent in the universe, the suffering of everyday people is often overlooked. Players explore many territories struggling to thrive under the Galactic Republic’s rule. Darth Sidious manipulated both sides of the war to his favor, but the discontent beneath Jedi rule also contributed to the eventual start of the Clone Wars. The bounty hunting profession and the lucrative success of other criminal activities speak to the uncontrolled dangers of everyday life during the era, which paints a picture of a galaxy in hushed turmoil.
Count Dooku’s Plots Came To Light In Star Wars: Bounty Hunter

Count Dooku’s appearances in the prequels were minimal, and while he doesn’t occupy a dominant position in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter‘s Clone Wars origin story, he is influential. Dooku’s trials for Jango Fett tested the warrior’s mettle and problem-solving abilities, but his true purpose was to see how Jango fared against Force sensitives. Since the final purpose of the Clone Army is to execute Order 66 and decimate the Jedi Order, Star Wars: Bounty Hunter emphasizes Dooku’s foresight in locating the perfect donor through a perfect test, and shows just how ruthless he truly was.

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Star Wars: Bounty Hunter Justifies Boba Fett’s Creation

Boba Fett is a critical Star Wars character that underwent several transformations in his lifetime, even recently being resurrected from his fate in Return of the Jedi in The Mandalorian. While the bounty hunter maintained a limited yet striking presence in the original trilogy, his origins aren’t fully explored or explained in the prequels. Instead, Bounty Hunter shows how Boba and Jango shaped one another, and crafts a moving purpose for Boba’s birth and identity as Jango’s son. During the game’s early stages, players meet Rozatta, a Toydarian, and Jango Fett’s closest friend, who helps the Mandalorian both on and off the battlefield. Unfortunately, Rozatta suffers a brutal demise and dies in Jango’s arms, urging her friend to find something to live for besides money. Jango fulfills this wish after meeting Count Dooku in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, and requests an unmodified Clone for himself, who eventually becomes Boba Fett.
Even though Star Wars: Bounty Hunter‘s story may not be canon after Disney’s takeover, its effect on Jango Fett’s character and the prequels is still noteworthy. Despite many clones receiving far more development than their genetic donor – such as the clones inspired by Star Wars: Republic Commando‘s Delta Squad – Jango Fett’s story contributes to the Galactic Republic’s interest. With increasingly negative reactions to Star Wars’ sequel trilogy, it’s possible the franchise’s future lies in past eras. The Age of Republic’s success is a product of love by many games, movies, and series, but Star Wars: Bounty Hunter first proved how wider Star Wars media could fulfill its potential.

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