Summary: In all honesty, this game kinda irritates me. The first level and time to kill the giant robot seems so ridiculously drawn out - almost even impossible. It took me about six tries before I could bring the sucker down. The second/third levels with the troopers are pretty decent but it's not at all the hype I thought it was going to be. Plus I lost my PSP memory card so I don't even play it anymore because I have to start all over again every single time!
Summary: Based on the Clone Wars TV show, you play through a story over several chapters with various characters from the show. Once you finish a level, you have the opportunity to go back and play as different characters. The characters you choose depend on the type of level you play (Jedi characters on Jedi levels, gun users on gun user levels). Controls are ok but not great.
Summary: Either buy this for your console system or get two game controllers for your PC. Using the PC keyboard to play this game removes any "fun" from it. Also, this game only does "local" (2 playes on the same computer) co-op. It does not do multi-player or co-op over the network.
Summary: I always look foward to any Star wars games.That is also how I decide which system to buy is by which one has Star wars game. But lately I have been disappointed by star wars game I have been wanting to play a space ship game like the gamecube of old. This game was fun but really easy to play. The camera angle at times made the game difficult because it was hard to see what was coming next.
Summary: Being a parent whose kids love Star Wars, this game seems to be a good choice. However, you have to sign up for a Windows Live account in order to save your progress in the game. I spent 2 days trying to do this, only to find out that because I entered my son's name and birth date in the registration screen, I had to go to the Windows Live homepage and give parental permission for him to do the game.
Summary: I installed the game on my Windows 7 64 bit machine, but upon trying to start it, the .exe crashes back to the desktop. Nothing online about it. No info on LucasArts' website. I'm really at a loss. I know it says Vista/XP, but surely a newly released game would work on the newest OS, right? Maybe not. Sucks, since it looks like a fairly fun game.