Summary: Rarely in the long history of my playing video games have I come across a turd as colossal as Star Wars Lethal Alliance for the PSP. Let me preface this review by saying I am a completely over-the-top Star Wars nerd. George Lucas' universe has fueled my creativity and imagination for over 30 years. I own everything from the usual: action figures and games, to the unusual: toothbrushes and folding lawn chairs. When I say I have played countess Star Wars games, I mean it.
Summary: Star Wars Lethal Alliance takes place right before Episode 4 A New Hope. Remember in the beginning of Episode 4 when Princess Leia is inputting the Death Star plans into R2-D2? Well this is the game that tells the story of the person who retrieves those plans. You play as Rianna Sarin, a Twi'lek who was a former slave that has been tasked by Princess Leia to steal the plans for the Death Star to see if the Rebel Alliance can gain an upper hand in the fight against the...
ManWithGoodTasteSays: "listen to Blur, people!", Amazon
28 June 2008
Summary: Before I got this game, I did not know what to expect. Well, I have it now and can say that this is one of the best games I played, and I played a lot of them. In terms of gameplay, it is a very good third-person shooter with platforming, first-person and on-rails elements. In terms of control-it is the best game on psp. Really-perfect controls and lightning-fast camera that does not get stuck into objects! In terms of length, it is a medium-sized game.
Summary: I'm a big Star Wars fan, so i couldn't miss this game :) The physical UMD and delivery were perfect. The video game is i think pretty cool and features some innovative combat combos. I would have liked the graphics to be better, considering it's on a PSP, and sometimes there are character rendering errors, but nothing i haven't seen elsewhere. The story is pretty good, better than i expected. Overall, i am very pleased and i don't regret buying Lethal Alliance.