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"Star Wars: Bounty Hunter - Beyond The Game 2.0" 3-DVD by Galactus + MoveAlong + ThrowgnCpr ** NOW AVAILABLE! **


Star Wars: Bounty Hunter
Beyond The Game 2.0

A Production By Galactus + MoveAlong + ThrowgnCpr



**+++ DISC ONE +++

THE PURIST CUT (1:44:59)

Galactus captured footage from the game, and MoveAlong edited it together to create a full-length movie. This cut preserves the game’s widescreen cut scenes and full screen gameplay footage in their original aspect ratios. Health and weapon indicators are visible onscreen, for a “purist” experience, like you’re watching someone playing the game.</span>

+++ DISC TWO +++


For this alternate version of the movie, ThrowgnCpr reformatted all the gameplay footage of the original edit to a widescreen aspect ratio for a more “cinematic” experience. Some scenes were trimmed slightly, new transitions were added between scenes, and gameplay footage was cropped and color corrected.</span>

+++ DISC THREE +++


The contents of the DVD-video portion of the disc are as follows:


– OUTTAKES (4:21)


  • TV Commercial (0:30)
  • Trailer 1 (1:08)
  • Trailer 2 (1:04)
  • Trailer 3 (1:30)
  • Cut Scene Trailer 1 (3:22)
  • Cut Scene Trailer 2 (3:51)
  • PlayStation 2 Intro Trailer (1:38)
  • LucasArts E3 2002 Trailer Mix (2:49)
  • Beyond The Game 2.0 Teaser (0:42)
  • Beyond The Game 2.0 Trailer (2:14)


  • Animation Tests (0:53)
  • E3 2002 Private Footage (1:53) - filmed May 2002
  • Space (Canada) “The Electric Playground” Preview (3:59) - broadcast July 6, 2002
  • G4 “Blister” Preview (2:01) - broadcast July 12, 2002
  • Alias|Wavefront “Maya” Promo (4:33) - posted online September 2002
  • KNTV “TechNow!” Feature (2:50) - broadcast 2002
  • TechTV “Extended Play” Feature (2:59) - broadcast October 25, 2002
  • TechTV “The Screen Savers” Interview (9:49) - broadcast November 7, 2002


  • Game Secrets And Glitches (6:58)
  • Game Menus (3:20)
  • TechTV “Extended Play” Review (2:05) - broadcast November 22, 2002
  • Interview (4:51) - posted online December 9, 2002
  • G4 “Judgment Day” Review (4:06) - broadcast March 30, 2003
  • PlayStation Magazine #71 Demo Disc: Cool Moves (11:41) - issued August 1, 2003
  • Retrospective (2:13) - posted online April 14, 2008
  • CGRundertow Review (4:30) - posted online May 17, 2011


  • Concept And Promotional Art 1: 87 images (5:09)
  • Concept And Promotional Art 2: 87 images (5:09)
  • Models And Textures: 58 images (3:28)
  • Storyboards: 48 images (9:04)
  • Gameplay Screen Shots: 74 images (4:23)


Images and biographies of eleven characters from the game.


The briefings shown onscreen before each of the game’s eighteen chapters.


The DVD-ROM portion of the third disc includes over 9,900 files. It includes audio and video clips, images, magazine articles, interviews, game reviews, and much, more more. The “audio” portion includes every clip of music, dialogue, ambient sounds, and sound effects heard in the game. The audio to the game’s cinematic cut scenes is included in six different languages. The “images” folder contains tons of concept and promotional art, and also includes a folder with over 1000 texture maps used in the game. The DVD-ROM is the definitive archive of “Star Wars: Bounty Hunter” material.


“Star Wars: Bounty Hunter” was released in 2002 for the Sony PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube video game consoles. MoveAlong and I collaborated on a DVD titled “Star Wars: Bounty Hunter - Beyond The Game,” which was released in October 2006, and you can read the original thread for it HERE. That release essentially compiled all the cinematic cut scenes from the game created by Industrial Light & Magic, several Special Features, and a DVD-ROM folder of various files. Unfortunately, the cut scenes alone did not tell the entire the story of the game, and watching them compiled together could prove to be a bit confusing.

I honestly believe the game tells one of the most compelling stories of the Star Wars universe outside of the movies, and is closer in tone to the original trilogy than to the prequels. It takes place ten years before the events of Episode II. It begins with Darth Sidious summoning his apprentice, Count Dooku, and assigning him two tasks. The first is to eliminate Komari Vosa, a deranged former Jedi, and leader of the mysterious and deadly Bando Gora cult, who Sidious sees as a threat to his plans for the future. The second task is to find a source for his planned clone army. Dooku suggests they accomplish both tasks with one stroke. He will place a huge bounty on Vosa, and the hunter who is resourceful enough to deliver her would make a good source for the clone army. Although its a dangerous proposition, Jango Fett decides to pursue Vosa since the bounty is so large. Also after her is Montross, a Mandalorian turned bounty hunter like Jango, who is now his bloodthirsty rival. The story also introduces Zam Wesell, and tells how Jango obtained his ship, Slave I.

In early 2007, I began capturing gameplay footage, and compiling more material for the Special Features section of the DVD. The goal was to assemble a fulll-length movie, combining ILM’s pre-rendered cinematic cut scenes from the first release, cut scenes from the actual game engine, and gameplay footage, so that the complete story of “Star Wars: Bounty Hunter” could be told.

MoveAlong originally partnered with me on this 2.0 release, but he had to drop out due to other commitments. ThrowgnCpr offered to collaborate with me to complete the project.

Galactus assembled and organized all the material for this collection, and MoveAlong edited the movie on the first disc. ThrowgnCpr edited the movie on the second disc, and he took on the MASSIVE job of authoring all three DVD’s (and designed our DVD cover).

I’m very grateful to both MoveAlong and ThrowgnCpr for collaborating with me on this project (that was almost seven years in the making). Thanks for your interest!

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Star Wars: Bounty Hunter - Beyond The Game 2.0

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter - Beyond The Game

I will be watching this project with great interest. I only wish I could get the first DVD you did somehow. I'm a big fan of Jango and I really enjoyed the game. The cutscenes provide some great interaction with Jango and Zam, using the original voices so I like watching the cutscenes by themselves.
Thanks. Yeah I actually found the rapidshare links. But me not having a RS account means it will take forever to D/L all 40 parts.
Thanks for the kind words. MoveAlong is in the process of editing together all the footage I captured with the cinematic cut scenes, adding nice transitions between my cuts. As anyone who has played the game knows, it is a very long story, with many different environments. It was really tough to decide what to cut out to keep the movie at a manageable length, but I wanted to be sure at least a few minutes of each gameplay level was represented.

foxbatkllr...I'll try to help you out, check your PM's.

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter - Beyond The Game 2.0

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter - Beyond The Game


Hi on 2.0 continues. MoveAlong sent me his first draft edit of the movie several weeks back, and he really did a fantastic job. After some discussion, I requested a couple of tweaks and very minor changes. Once that is done, the movie portion of the DVD will be complete. Then work will begin on the menu design, authoring, etc. I've gotten some nice new footage for the special features section in the last few months, so we really have a lot of new material for this release. Thanks for your interest!

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter - Beyond The Game 2.0

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter - Beyond The Game


I'm looking forward to the final release. I've been hyped since I read about the project last year. I've been holding off on downloading V.1.0 because I know this version is going to rock. Quick question. Is this going to be realesed as both a DVD9 and DVD4 or only DVD9?


Thank you. I need to put some DVD9s on the shoping list. Besides this release I want to grab Wookie Groomer's Addicted to SW.


Just a thought, but have you considered spreading V 2.0 onto two discs?  One disc for the feature and another for the Speacial Features.


Hopefully, I'll be able to get things completed by spring time (North America). The edit is practically complete. I just need to author the DVD, which shouldn't take more than a couple of months once I can get started. Just been real busy with life...

You can go about your business. Move along, move along.
The Story of Star Wars
The Adventures Of Luke Skywalker


As MoveAlong said, the edit is basically complete. I think the different kinds of footage (cinematics, game engine cut scenes, and gameplay) edited together works very well as a movie. MoveAlong was very meticulous with his editing, and addressed several technical issues while working with my captures.

The length of time we've been working on this has really been a blessing in disguise. It's allowed me to tweak and refine a lot of aspects of the project, and I've continued to find new clips for the Special Features section. If you're a fan of the game, I think you'll find some really cool stuff here. :)

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter - Beyond The Game 2.0

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter - Beyond The Game


Sounds awesome. Perhaps....after you've completed this project you would maybe think about a Force Unleashed movie? Moderator

Stepping softly in a danger zone…


Really? I did not saw a topic about that. Do you happen to have a link to that topic?


I was just wondering what the current status of this project is.



I would love to get this 

Bounty hunter is one of the few games I haven't traded in for money, & would definitely like to see this as a movie project.

Bingowings said: Do you want to see the project finished as a playable film or a flick book?