Reviews and Problems with Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron
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New Star Wars adventure solves problems using violence.
Common Sense Media
7 May 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron has a violent narrative set during the mythology's Clone Wars. Players rarely know who to trust, and it seems as though all problems are always solved through violence, be it with a blaster, a lightsaber, or a grenade (though no blood...
Summary: Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron is the deepest and most action-packed Star Wars Battlefront game ever. Experience battlefronts that span ground, space and capital starships, a robust original storyline and expanded gameplay features that deliver seemingly endless replayability.
LucasArts Needs To Check The Batteries In These Blasters
3 November 2009
Conclusion: Concept: Take the Battlefront formula and shrink it down onto the PSP…again…and throw a half-cooked story on top
Graphics: Those who thought Battlefront II looked good on the PSP should have nothing to complain about here, unless they also believe that graphics should improve over time
Summary: Designed by n-Space, the Star Wars: Battlefront series makes its DS debut with Elite Squadron. Released at the same time as the PSP version, the DS game features the same basic storyline of twin clone troopers who follow divergent career paths.
Pros: Exciting 3D speeder races, Crisp sound effects from the film series
Cons: Monotonous combat, Linear level design, Boring multiplayer modes
Conclusion: Star Wars Battlefront is back and bigger than ever on the Nintendo DS! Releasing this Fall, Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron is the deepest and most action-packed Star Wars Battlefront game ever.
Conclusion: If you told someone a year ago that the iconic Star Wars Battlefront series was coming to the Nintendo DS, you could have expected an incredulous response. "What? One of the most complex, dynamic, and sophisticated game franchises ever to bear the Star Wars name is coming to the most low-fi,...
Summary: Am Activision-Blizzard-Stand auf der gamescom gab es in diesem Jahr direkt zwei „Star Wars“-Spiele zum Antesten. Neben „Clone Wars: Republic Heroes“ wartete somit auch „Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron“ darauf, von neugierigen Spielefans ausprobiert zu werden.