Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
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AnonymouslyConfused , GameStop
9 March 2010
Summary: To be honest the game is fairly mediocre. But if your a Star Wars fan you might be able to look past the flaws and find a somewhat enjoyable experience here. The graphics are pretty good for a movie licensed game and they character models are very accurate. Also the backgrounds and ships you will see throughout the game are well detailed as well.
Summary: Okay, this really was a good game except for the fact they completely missed a character threw out the whole series..Panimai..She wasnt in the whole damn thing. Not even when she was passed out. Really if it wasnt for the fighting and the tought of playing with yoda, i wouldnt have bought the game.. And once again, i can not play with Yoda, but u can play with a very Flexable Darth Vader.
Excerpt: "...been the staple of the Star Wars films since the later '70s. However strangely the two have never really connected. There have been some good attempts with Lego Star Wars and Battlefront, but nothing has totally maxed the potential. Revenge of the Sith accompanies the film of the same name and was released at the same time in a wave of publicity, although sadly it falls a little flat and after the excitment of seeing footage from the film (useless ...
Summary: If your looking for a short game, you found it. This should have been the greatest Star Wars game ever, but sadly its one of the worst. What happened exactly? I was playing on it....and it finished. Oh and its pips squeeks too, my gran could complete this with her eyes closed.
Excerpt: "Star Wars games have never really been as good as they deserve to be. The films are great and they warrant decent games to be made from them, and after Lego Star Wars fairing pretty well Star Wars Revenge Of The Sith does okay. First off is Single Player mode, where you journey through the film with Anakin and Obi Wan. There are 17 levels all of which will be recognised by those that have watched the film as there are clips from the film in each ...
Pros: Lots of combos, multiplayer, unlockables
Cons: Graphics, slugish combat, little replay value,
Summary: From the second i played this game, i could tell that a lot of effort was put into its making. I noticed that every last detail seemed to be painstakingly thought out and positioned perfectly. But even the efforts of some of the best game producers in the industry could not stop the massive flaws in this game.
Summary: Just got the game the other day. The multi player is great. And the cut scenes are out of this world however, there is a problem. The game play sucks. This is in effect a 3D platform game. The first 10 missions are so easy its stupid and then the boss on the next level is insane. It has taken me about 20 goes to get past him. The action between the characters is sometimes so quick that its just a case of battering the buttons to get a result.
Summary: This game is well thought out and is obviously not just a shabby movie tie in. From the outset the gameplay is good and the graphical content is also of a high standard. The only real problem with the game is its repetitive nature which leaves me with the feeling that for long lasting appeal you would have to be a real die hard Star Wars fan. There are also some nice touches like bonus missions at the end of the game which do add something to the games longevity.