Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
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fun game, good graphics for a tiny hand held anyting
Kid Icarus "The Lad from Hades", Amazon
14 May 2008
Summary: Episode III is fun and has shocking light sabre animation considering the console it is ported to being less than the size of the hand(playing the game). The dialogue is abridged from the movie(leaving out the campy lame stuff light "noooOOO!" and "General Greivous, your much smaller than I expected") and leaving good catch phrazes like "My powers have 'doubled since we last met" "Good! Twice the pride, twice the fall...
Summary: I played around 7 games for the DS and two seem to be worth the time. One is biohazard. The other is this game. When I finished biohazard, I gave it to someone. When I finished this one, I kept going back to it because it is simple/brainless fun. The only problem would be the 3D flight multiplay is difficult to find someone to battle out with. This portion of the game could have been a good game in itself.
Summary: Overall, we are very satisfied with this product. It came from another vendor, and the price and shipping time were both excellent. One thing to note, when I received the shipping notification, it said "CD-ROM" in description. I immediately contacted the company to make sure there wasn't an error - I wanted the Nintendo DS game not a PC game. They were quick to respond and assured me the order was correct, and of course, it was.
Summary: Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith for the DS is essentially the same game to appear on the GBA, albeit with a few great extras thrown in. Most of the levels are the same side scrolling beat 'em up style stages that made up the GBA version, but because this is the DS, there's a few 3-D space battles thrown in for good measure which make Revenge of the Sith worth picking up alone.
Summary: First of all if you are planning on buying this game see the movie 1st because the game gives away the whole movie. This is a very good game. It is just like the movie even most of the dialogue is the same... anyway the game is well worth the price it has great graphics and it has 26 levels on it + special missions. and in the beginning you get to choose from obi-wan or anakin!
Summary: Although this is a great game it is short and is not so fun after you beat both sides of the game the dark side A.K.A. anakin's side and the light side A.K.A. Ob wan's side but there is a good part is that the game has a game where you can battle other ships and you can win the ships ( including mellieum falcan, x-wing, general grieviou's ship and even darth vader's ship) i would suggest this game for entertainment
Summary: Im one of those people that when u see behind the STARWARS(NDS) box and look at the pictures and scenes from the game im like " this game looks boring with terrible graphics! y would they bother making an NDS if everything is going to be the same as GBA.I thought about trading in my ds for a psp. then i got the game with my graduation money because there wuz not too many choices or the other games didnt look fun.
Summary: Remember TMNT, The Simpsons, or X-Men arcade video games? You know, the side-scrolling, almost 3-D, action/adventure games that we spent a lot of money on in the arcades? If you liked those games, you will love this one. Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith on NDS is a side-scrolling/3-D, action thrill due to innovative lightsaber moves (offensive and defensive); crisp, colorful graphics and sound, and a really cool multiplayer option (3-D).
Summary: ok so mabye it isent the best but it is still a fairly good game. The reason I gave it 4 stars was it was to easy i beat it in less than a week on padawan and you cant play with the ships you have unlocked on skirmish but other than that it is really fun. Do not play this game if you have not seen the movie it is a major spoiller. You should play as Anikin first because he is more enjoyable to play as then play as Obi-wan.
Summary: One of my most hated things is movie-license video games. I avoid them like the clap. However, there were two extenuating circumstances that caused me to buy this: 1) I love Star Wars, and I love Episode III. When I saw it for the third time, the theater was right next door to Electronics Boutique's flagship store. (at Universal CityWalk) After the movie, we went into EB to look around while I was still high on Ep. III Fever.