Conclusion: Awful game should never have been made, nothing like the films. A big let down to the good starwars games out there such as. Star Wars Republic Commando. This is the game we have been waiting for.
Summary: I actually have this game on PS2 and it is pretty good. The first time I heard of star wars I was really not that much interested. Then my brother got it for his birthday and I got attached to it. The only bad thing is that I can’t save where I stopped because I don’t have a memory card.
Conclusion: Im personally not a big fan of star wars but i played this game at my cousins begining with NO INTEREST AT ALL. But began to like it and get fully 'in to the game' within a matter of minutes. This game is addictive.
Conclusion: I suppose some folks might come out and say that Battlefront does what it's supposed to do: be a Star Wars liscenced Unreal Tounrament clone. In that sense, this game doesn't dissapoint. There IS a lot of fun to be had.
Conclusion: This game is a lot of fun to play. I love that you get to relive the battles from the new and old movies. The campaigns arent very long, but i still play the instant action mode all the time.
Summary: Star Wars Battlefront is one of the best Star Wars games that they have made so far. It has everything a good game truly needs. It has multiple characters, multiple sides, multiple guns, and much more that makes a great game.
Conclusion: Star wars Games have kinda gotten a bad reputation. And with good reason, other than the Knights of the Old Republic series and the Jedi Knight series, Star Wars games have never to capture gamers like the movies did movie fans.
Conclusion: After a lull of seriously mediocre games, LucasArts and the Star Wars franchise seem finally on their back towards their previous majesty (X-Wing, TIE Fighter). STAR WARS: BATTLEFRONT basically takes the BATTLEFIELD: 1942 principle and applies it to the Star Wars Universe.