Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
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Lacks the Force of other Star Wars games.
Common Sense Media
28 December 2005
Summary: Parents need to know that while the game is rated T, you won't see the kind of blood and gore you'll find in shooter games. The violence is very much in line with what you'll find in Star Wars movies, as light sabers and lasers are used to destroy the enemy.
Excerpt: Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith gives you control of the heroes of the Clone Wars like never before. Revenge of the Sith lets you take Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi through the events of the movie as they defeat Count Dooku, General Grievous and well, each other.
Excerpt: , and some of you must be wondering whether the game is really a companion piece to the film. I decided to wait until a week after the film's release before posting a review of the game, so as to give folks time to see the movie first.
Conclusion: If that isn't evidence enough that Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith will be one of the premier games of 2005, maybe you just need to watch this little featurette yourself. You can find all this information in the Star Wars Trilogy DVD Collection that was released back in September of 2004.
Conclusion: It's a fact of life that you cannot fail with Star Wars, you are guaranteed a good game as developer will not want to drag the reputation of Star Wars through the dirt, always a safe bet buying a Star Wars game, and Revenge of the Sith is no different!
Excerpt: Along the way filming Episode I in Africa stopped due to a sandstorm which (once again) required the generous help of the local military to put things right… ironic since the same thing happened when filming the original Star Wars and they also needed help to get back on track.