Reviews and Problems with Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron
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30 November 2011
Summary: i foud this game quite fun and i think it is well worth the money , so if u have a child with a psp this is the write xmas present , i gave it 4 stars becuase the one down side is its hard to control and get used to as ur playing a complex game on the psp .
Summary: If you have played Star Wars Battlefront Renegade Squadron and liked it, Elite Squadron is a must buy! I am a big fan of the Star Wars saga and love the films and games. Elite Squadron derserves a good place in the Star Wars games series because of it unique features. I have the whole of the Battlefront series: Battlefront, Battlefront 2, Battlefront Renegade Squadron and of course now Battlefront Elite Squadron.
Summary: This instalment of the battlefront series is slightly different from star wars battlefront 1+2.(I don't know about renegade squadron). It has a different control scheme in default which is terrible, Rebellion--you are really bad, don't make another battlefront. However, alternate controls is OK and there is a very good campaign, different and diverse worlds in instant action and a new type of a pleasing galactic conquest mode.
Conclusion: Very Good game i was happy with the graphics and they were better than the older battlefront renegade squadron.The missions were rather long but there was a lack of levels to play.But the best thing is that you can go to and from space when you like and stil has the multiplayer so you can game against others.
Conclusion: For what it's worth, a multi-battleground for the psp was amazing. The customization is still there and still brilliant and the gameplay and graphics are as they usually are for the psp console. However, this game is one for the next gen consoles (PS3,Xbox 360). If Lucusarts get rid of the annoying cutscenes that play when you go from land to space, using an escape pod and landing in the enemy capital ship then you are on your way.
Summary: A good game with a fair amount of customisation and unlockables ensuring a decent amount of play time. The controls remain a little clunky as they haven't changed from the previous game, Renegade Squadron but the increased size, number and variety of battle fields with much better graphics are a good improvement, allowing lots of freedom. It has good online play(somewhat ruined by hackers) and a sometimes challenging, though occasionally repetetive, fairly long campaign.
Summary: Fantastic adaptation for the PSP, the gameplay is pretty smooth and well designed a little clunky in places the Multiplayer WIFI is what makes this game single player is abit on the short side, but thats not the point of Battlefront One of the best games on the PSP, worth the price tag
Summary: This game does exactly what it say's on the cover. I enjoyed it, but that was nothing compared to my son who blew the living crap out of everything and everybody. I only had one disappointment and that I didn't get to fly a snow speeder against imperil walkers in the Hoth battle scenes, apart from that a good game all round, for the money.
Summary: This is a welcome return for the battlefront series, this being the fourth game in the series. Like all the games so far, this one lets you relive the famous battles in the Star Wars saga, including Endor, Hoth and Mustafar. However haven't we done this all before you ask? Yes, however not only can you play on the planet surface, but also in Space and in Capital ships, all in one mission!