Conclusion: too repetitive with not much to do once u have completed it in fact make that nothing to do though it is rather amusing using your force powers theres no replayabilty and yeah its crap no point in even renting
Excerpt: When you think of some of the more common aspects of a platform computer game some of the ideas that come to mind are a character that has a cool sword, perform super human feats and has a sprinkling of magic powers thrown in.
Summary: The main selling point of this game is the name Star Wars being on the box.. and with the current hype surrounding Episode III it is obviously popular, however this game is lacking in gameplay, length, graphics, even the sound is below average.
Summary: being a massive star wars fan i couldnt wait to play the newest game in the franchise, and yes i was buzzing as i opened it up with the thoughts of playing as obi wan and anakin. the game starts up with movie footage (a plus) and the hum of a lightsabre is heard...then you move round..
Summary: Too put it straight, it is not a good game. I bought it thinking it will be as fun as the Jedi knight series but it is so not. The good point first, the graphic are ok and it is about star wars so if you want to see some preview of the movie before going to see the movie, but you have as much...
Summary: This game is average, the graphics are nice, and yeah they look good. But other then the film cut scenes it is a very basic game, it takes me back to the days of the mega-drive & Snes in terms of gameplay. It is just like the old side scrolling 'Streets of Rage' in a Star Wars wrapper.
Summary: To agree with some of the other reviews posted here, yes the action is intense and yes you do get a great deal of fun out of being a jedi for three or so hours, but therein lies the main problem with this game. It is very, very, short.