Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
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18 January 2012
Summary: This has to be one of the less compelling games I've ever played. I tried to like it, but no. It has atrocious graphics, repetitive (and repetitive) and then more repetitive gameplay, with same foes. The written "conversations" can't just be dismissed, you have to go through them over and over, if you get killed in a level. On top of that, some parts are just too hard. Not worth anybody's time.
Summary: i got this game, thinking it would be a enjoyable graphic game like Star Wars Lethal Alliance, just with a lightsaber, turns out a kiddie cartoon game. I don't recommend this to people who like graphic star wars games.
Summary: Here you go folks, another DS Dud. 2D graphics, old and tired gameplay, nothing new to offer, and yet somehow Nintendo fans eat it up and call it candy. This game is pathetic and makes you wonder why Nintendo even made the DS when all they are doing is continuing the gameboy advance graphics on a new system that costs more money. A dual screen that is constantly unsued, and a stylus gimmick that is falling short of any expectations.
Summary: Need I say much more? This game is so pathetic looking its almost sad. Theres no use for the touch screen! Why must these movies make DS games of their GBA games and add pathetic touch screen activities. 3rd party movie licensed studios can't even make 3D DS games, but they do PSP. Pathetic. The DS can do close to the PSP, but NOBODY PUSHES IT! I swear the best done so far was the Super Mario 64 DS game. C'mon people, even EGM gave it a horrible ratin'!
Summary: This game was not really that great. I mean come on what kind of game is this? I thought it was going to be one of my favorite games but it wasn't! If you want the real game buy the Xbox or PS2 games for "Revenge Of the Sith". The PS2 game has fantastic graphics and great moves and it also follows the story very well. I have actully played the game and it honestly is not that great! The PS2 game is also alot easier than this one.
Summary: This is exactly the kind of game I feared when the DS first came out - a port of a GBA game with added touch screen 'fun'.In essence it is a bog standard side scrolling beat em up with a few little star wars twists such as force powers etc. The whole game (except for the appalling flying sections) is a straight copy of the GBA version meaning it looks very poor by DS standards, and since it was designed with a GBA in mind does not even control that well as the DS is...