Summary: Poor detection and a mockery of what is Star Wars. This is what would happen if a greedy corporate fat cat owned a star wars license and wanted to jump on Justin Bieber/Jessica Simpson bandwagon. If your a fan (of good video games or star wars) stay far away.
Summary: Very few young men grew up not wanting to get in epic lightsaber battles and fight the armies of evil with the Force. On the surface this game says that's exactly what this game promises, but in execution it falls flat. Technically controls are sluggish and unresponsive not to mention unintuitive.
Summary: The game could have been a great dancing game, or a great monster stomps on everything game, but it fails miserably as a Star Wars "I want to swing a lightsaber" game. Rancor Rampage is very responsive with the Kinect since most of the moves involve jumping and throwing.
Summary: I wanted this game to be something that was at the very least fun in short burst but as you can probably tell from watching anyone play, or I should say attempt to play this mess of a game you know that this isn't the case.
Summary: I experienced this game at my buddies house and it was as bad as I thought it was going to be. Now, I don't hate Star Wars at all but the fact that when they were previewing it, the game seemed very glitchy and unresponsive at the best of times just showed a lack of execution for a game that should...