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Old 08-15-2007, 06:29 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Vehicles need more room inside them.

From an Empire AT-AT to a Republic Attack Gunship the interiors of vehicles and ships have been totally lost. Where are the insides? In SWBF 2 you finally get to go into a cruiser which contains a hangar and 5 other rooms. But can't there be more? Can't we walk around inside an AT-AT? Shouldn't we be able to walk and shoot on the Attack Gunship while its flying? They got close in SWBF 1 where on Geonisis you could get into a gunship and switch from pilot to the turrets and finally you where standing on the deck holding on the the rail on the ceiling.
I think there should be more space in these ships/vehicles.

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