Awakening of the Rebellion 2 is something completely new compared to version 1.1, as you now get an improved techsystem which is linked to the shipyard system, story events that let you reenact famous situations from the moves, as well as a completely overhauled balancing. Videos, voiceovers, new sounds as well as particle effects let AotR 2 become the most intense StarWars experience you ever had.

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FekLeyrTarg Jul 17 2009, 8:32am says:

No offence but shouldn't the corvetter be much bigger? I think it's far too small.

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Dnst Oct 3 2009, 5:32pm replied:

It's far away from the ground so it seems to be little

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Loganw1 Apr 1 2010, 10:16am replied:

I just played AotR 2.05 yesterday and the corvette was indeed way too small, smaller than an ATAT (and easily killed by one, yet the corvette took up 3 population points.)

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fognar Jul 17 2009, 12:18pm says:

it should be much bigger

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[Ae}Dr.Mckay Jul 17 2009, 3:30pm says:

you guys aren't thinking, if it's bigger it will look very werid on land and no right if they keep it a size like that it looks perfect

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Loganw1 Apr 1 2010, 10:20am replied:

Size doesn't actually matter that much as long as you zoom-out to see it (the zoom-out gives a much much wider view than you would expect, making the v2.05 corvette look really really small.) I've seen one custom map where an acclamator prop was put high up in the sky, only problem was that it was way too high up to see.

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Araethuiel Aug 16 2009, 6:59pm says:

So what's its use in planetary combat? Airborne artillery, apc, gunship, something else entirely?

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SovereignReaper Nov 14 2009, 11:41pm says:

maybe its a baby corvette

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