Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: The Clone Wars
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The movie was not that good... and the game either
Francisco Cuesta, amazon.co.uk
10 July 2013
Summary: Still, I liked it 'cause Star Wars is my beloved saga, but the game is so lineal and the playability limited that is is hardly possible to consider it a must have. If you are a Star Wars loyal fan you can have a look at it. If you are a gamer, stay away from it.
Excerpt: Why I got this, I'll never know. This is another Star Wars game idea gone wrong. This could have been reasonable game but they stressed that stupid hover tank too much and made it the center of the game. There was very little else in the game. There should have been more of an oppurtunity in vehicle selection such as Battlefront and the Rogue Squadron series.
Excerpt: This game rocks. Set between Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, the Clone Wars game is essentially recognised as an almost canon part of the SW saga, which is nice for the fans that consider the books and games to be more than just Expanded Universe :) The plot starts from the end of AOTC, with the Battle of Geonosis, and follows the Jedi attempt to stop Count Dooku from unleashing an ancient Sith weapon.
Excerpt: No. of players-1-4 Memory used- 3 blocks Age- 11+ Developers- Lucas Arts Genre- Film-game/ adventure roleplay/multiplayer Plot After the events in Episode 2, where Count Dooku- Darth Tyrannus led a separatist army against the Republic and the Jedi Order, the Clone Wars had only just begun. It was left up to the Jedi Order to sort out the remnants of the separatists.
Pros: Star Wars, 4 player, you get fight with Yoda
Cons: Too jumbly - too many game ideas, not enough hand to hand