Summary: I bought this game awhile ago thinking that it would be a fun game. It is a fun game don't get me wrong it just doesn't have that much appeal or me. I would although recommend this to kid gamers who like Star Wars.
Summary: This game is entertaining, but visually doesn't compare to the film. The sprites and character's faces during dialogue in the side-scrolling stages resemble characters and animation that would be found in a Disney version of the movie. The animation during these scenes is great, but the enemies so far (I'm half way through the game judging by the plot) are almost entirely composed of different droids.
Summary: I will keep this short. This game is a simple hack and slash affair with some force moves thrown in to mix it up. The levels can get repetetive however some semi-decent flying stages help break up the action. I was initially turned off by the cartoony graphics presentation (considering they contradict the "non-cartoony" flying levels) but in time I came to appreciate the nice animations.
Summary: You know, star war hand-held games have never been standing out, but this game really isnt too bad. It's a handheld starwars game thats 3d.. just for that reason, i bought it. So ont he way home i was playing it, and i was pretty much stunned by how fun the game was to play... the game is fun, easy to control, and is the best handheld starwars game.. ( even though thats not saying much.. ) its true. buy it for your kid that's a fan of star wars.
Summary: Before I start I would like to point out I am not a majoy Star Wars fan. Shamefully, I had only seen "The Phantom Menace" before going to see the new one, and have by no means been seduced by "The Dark Side" of movie tie-ins... I hope this post helps. I received "Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith" in the post today and I am thrilled by it. The graphics are impressive, the battles (though repetitive at times) and the story engaging.