Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
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18 June 2009
Summary: Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith is no doubt a fun game. The singleplayer is long and actually lacks a lot of difficulty but the singleplayer is still very fun to play. Mulitplayer is interesting because you can go against another player or you can battle the CPU.
Pros: Intense action, Addictive gameplay, Tight controls, Fantastic multiplayer, Just plain fun
Summary: I really could not figure out why I was getting this game. It was almost as if I kept forgetting how bad the previous prequel and tie in game was. But sure enough, I ended up getting this game and I suffered through the whole thing.
Summary: Basically what you do in star wars episode 3 is fight with lightsabers.The main problem with this game though is the glitchyness.Half the time when you jump you just sit there floating in air for a second or you land in the middle of the air.The graphics are also pretty bad too with the exception of...
Summary: Okay the graphics are a bit lousy (and blocky) but some features actually save this game from total destruction. One is the ability to experience what would have happened had Anakin killed Obi-wan rather than vice-versa in the final scene. Prettttty cool.
Summary: Star Wars ep. III is pretty cool except that once you have finished the game,all the levels get boring and easy.For me,it was fun in the beginning,but now that I finished it,it got kind of boring.[But you should try it anyways.>
Summary: This game is ok. It is more tedious than anything. You have to consently work on fighting through enemies to get a wire cut. Also you have to level up certain things or a level will be impossible. While if being a jedi is cool, have fun but otherr than that steer clear.
Summary: Ever wished you could wield a light saber? In Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, you get that chance. As a Judi Knight, you must master your light saber throughout the game, so you can vanquish evil.
Summary: Okay, I like Star Wars as much as the next Star Wars fan, and yes, I did like this game. My biggest gripe is that the story mode was too short. I could easily blow through it in two sittings (three if I am lazy).
Summary: All the hype for this game by waiting fans were pleased. Looks like LucasArts came through. The effects are actually pretty good, considering pretty good facial modelings and laser/lightsaber swings, sparks, and etc.