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.
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.
Summary: Starwars when people hear of the name they think of lightsabers, blasters and a whole mess of action. Sadly this game didnt didnt come close to meeting my expectations. I like the idea of capturing outposts and the such but i think it may have been a bit to much action and not enough strategy.
Conclusion: Let me lay it down.If you are a star wars fan you are going to love this game, you get caught up in the awesome historical battles from the movies.The graphice arnt perfect, but they are good, the physics are great, and they gameplay for the most part couldnt get better.This is one of the better...
Conclusion: This game isn't as good as I had expected but it's desent. You can play co-op offline which makes a bit fun but you can't do that on Live :(. Ok, so far I've played for about an hour on the offline mode both as a single player and co-op with my little nephew.
Excerpt: A first person/third person shooter game for the Xbox, Star Wars: Battlefront is set in the Star Wars universe and published by Lucas Arts and released in 2004. The game can be played both single player and multiplayer and is rated T for teen.
Excerpt: This is a pretty slick game and is perfect for X-Box Live. I'm a major fan of the Star Wars films and have been waiting for a studio to make full use of the licence and translate the epic battles from the films into a decent game.