Summary: this game is great, has everything that a person wants from a STar wars game, it takes you to the Clone wars all the way to the days of the Empire. Its not an Hcore game but it still is a good game!!....
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. But the reality is, when it comes time to pony up with the cash, an average gamer demands an in-depth, solid and immersive single player experience with more than 12 hours worth of gameplay. If that's what you're looking for, then keep on looking.
Summary: This Xbox game is for the most part an adequate, first person play with lots of realistic graphics and options. I enjoy the opportunity to play each level with a different class of character from the movie. The levels get somewhat tiresome, however, as they are tied exclusively to the movies. It would be better if they had a random play generator that would offer play without ties to the feature films.
Summary: This game is much better than any other star wars game I've played. It's cool to play as different people and be involved in different battles from the movie. You can get in most vehicles and even be a destroyer droid. One of the downsides, though, is the weird vehicle controls. But overall this game was pretty cool.
Conclusion: Hi, Um I just bought the game and find that the single player mode is quite good. The rich graphics and awesome scenary make this game very good indeed. There`s just one problem though. The online multiplayer mode is a major drag. Oh I`m sorry I mean`t lag!!!!! I`ts unbeleivable how much lag there is. My broadband connection is not the problem as I have the best DSL on the planet. Believe me I checked. I mean sometimes I go on and I can`t even move it`s so bad.
Summary: Last weekend, I decided not to run out and buy this game but rent it insted. Am I ever glad I did not buy it! Most of the levels are really true to the movies, but it gets kinda boring after a few hours. You can as any side from the movies. eg: Rebels, the Imperial empire, Repubic, or Sepatist forces. You can take control of any walker, fighter or just fight on foot. Within 2 days, I beat the entire campain. Once you beat the game, it starts to get kinda repetive.
Summary: Star Wars Battlefront took a great idea, and failed to really capitalize on it. The game is still fun, and definately worth renting, but only die-hard fans will want to own this one. The graphics are good. The sound effects are dead-on, and sound just like the movies. You can play either from the first person perspective or third. The controls are intuitive, although you will have to look at the manual to figure out how to perform some functions.
Summary: First off, let's make this clear, STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT is not a real First-Person Shooter (FPS) -- not in the way of HALO, DOOM, or RAINBOW SIX. It's more like the Dynasty Warriors-hack-and-slash version of a FPS with just a dash of (just a little) strategy. It is a really fun game when you enter an all-out war filled with hundreds of soldiers (mostly controlled by the AI + whatever players have joined in) and anything goes.
Summary: When I bought this game I thinking about all the cool vehicles to drive when I played it all I saw was vehicle made specifically for this game. Millenium falcon, hello?, how about a Death Star run with a tie fighter or X wing option, hello? Speeder bikes, x wings and snow speeders were the only vehicles I recognized. Another disappointment is no light sabers. Is this Star Wars? How cool would it have been to be able to deflect blasts and attack with a saber.