Sci-fi dogfighting classic Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D is now available via Steam, priced 6.99.

The first of three Star Wars: Rogue Squadron projects from renowned developer Factor 5, this 1999 PC version has been dusted off by Disney as the company re-releases its old back catalogue.

Rogue Squadron features X-wings, Y-wings, A-wings, V-wings, AT-AT walkers, AT-STs, TIE fighters and snowspeeders in action set after the destruction of the first Death Star.

It would go on to inspire Rogue Squadron 2 and 3 for GameCube, and remain some of Factor 5's best work with the Star Wars license.

To play the game you'll need 168MB of hard drive space, a gig of RAM and a 1.8 GHz processor, which shouldn't be too much of a stress.

Here's how it looks, if you want to refresh your memory:

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