Summary: I bought this game with my X-Box, believing it to be a Jedi-Knight 2 type game. Unfortunately, I was wrong, the game is nowhere near as good. The graphics are barely above that of a PS-One, nowhere near what the X-Box is capable of (Halo sets the standard), the voice of Obi-Wan is enough to make you put the game down. A redeeming feature is the ability to use the force and a lightsaber.
Summary: I was really looking forward to seeing the first Star Wars game on the Xbox but unfortunately this simply isn't up to scratch. Poor control, poor animation and lack of varied gameplay make for a disappointing game.
Summary: Overall this game puts the Xbox down after games like Halo and Max Pane. The Graphics are clumsy and dull, with nary a nod to the Xbox's power. Gameplay is heinously dull for the most part, but with good droid battles. Accessibility is the best part of the game, Daft controls and piles of buttons, but the tutorial's help. Lastly the Depth of the game is small, there's little new to discover once you've mastered the Force basics.
Summary: It takes but a few moments to grasp the basics of waving your lightsabre around and dicing baddies. But if you're to extract all the limited fun Obi Wan has to offer, it pays to master the Force moves. Holding down the trigger makes Obi's feet go all tingly, and waving your lightsabre now unleashes a more deadly range of Force stick moves.
Stephen Citynskyj "Stephen Citynskyj", amazon.co.uk
28 March 2002
Summary: everything looks great, the biggest ever lisence, the greatest movie character, the greatest concept for a game. It all ends in tears. from the minute you start the game you can notice the jagged edges and the mediocre graphics. It gets worse, the pace of it crawls along somewhat like a snail on sleeping pills, it doesn't use any of Xbox's famed power.
Summary: Ziemlich genau vor 3 Jahren kam ein Film in die Kinos, auf den Millionen von Menschen gewartet hatten: nach 22 Jahren wurde die Star Wars Saga endlich fortgesetzt. In Episode I ging es vor allem darum, Anakin Skywalker (später Darth Vader) kennen zu lernen. Allerdings spielte noch jemand eine große Rolle in Episode I, den man auch aus den späteren Episoden kennt: Obi Wan Kenobi.