Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Lethal Alliance
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Complicated controlls for a new DS player.
L. Johnson, Amazon
24 July 2008
Summary: If you have just gotten a DS this game is kinda tough. The controls are pretty hard to remember, but the story and gameplay is very good. It gives pretty good inlook into a few new charecters.
Summary: This game's story is a spin off between episode three and four. You will penetrate into the enemy and get the information of the death star. Although graphic is not so good but you will enjoy the game if you are a star wars freak.
Summary: I am about 10% of the way through the game and I like it. It's just "Star Wars" enough to satisfy the Star Wars geek in me and is good enough to keep the gamer geek in me happy. Not the hugest fan that you need to have the droid get you through some of it, but whatever.
Summary: Having just completed this only today, I will admit I had to reboot and turn my DS twice because of glitches and falling in-between walls, but considering how much playtime this game has it wasn't a lot, It's taken me roughly 10-15 hours to beat the main story campaign, Graphics are great, and the...
Summary: i got this game with my ds, so ofcoure i was gonna play it, but i never had this game in mind before i got it. its a solid game that very fun, it was hard to get used to as first but i grew on it i was quite surpised with teh graphics and quick control reactions and extremely smoothly the game ran.
Summary: I'm a child of the late eighties, so I witnessed the birth of the snes, megadrive, and sony playstation. One of my favourite games on the playstation was Dark Forces. Cheesy as hell. But so fun to play. This game reminds me a lot of Dark Forces.