Summary: I think I played the "campaign" literally for an hour on the hardest level and beat it that quick. Do not buy if you are into campaigns. That said, the pod racing is fun so far. I have it set on the hardest mode and find it semi challenging.
Summary: If you want to play co-op mode with 2 people in 3D. This does not work. It will only work with 1 player. It is 720p, not 1080p, but still looks cool. If you try in 2-player, it will say 2-player is disabled. Co-op will work again when you go back to the main menu and turn off 3D in the setings.
Very poor KINECT interface programming...What a drag...
Pablo "Pablo", Amazon
11 July 2013
Summary: If this is the only kinect game you have, you might like it...But the MAJOR problem with this game, in ALL modes except Rancor Rage, is the recognition of your character's movements by the Kinect system. This review is based on comparison with Kinect Sports and Kinect Adventures.
Summary: This game had a lot of potential. I played the story mode on easy to see what it was like and beat it with ease. It was too easy. So, I did it again on the next level up and just about broke the system it pissed me off so hard. The game teaches you how to use your light saber and use the force.
Summary: Hey Star Wars Fans I strongly urge you to read the reviews on this game (Kinect Star Wars) before you go out and buy it, so that you don't waste your money. If you already bought it and have not opened it yet, then go to Kinect Star wars review and check it out before you open the game so you can...
Summary: Nothing really works in this game at all. The gameplay is clunky , the mini games are only appealing to kids and there isn't anything here whatsoever to appeal to the hardcore star wars fan. The only good thing i liked about the game is the nice stylized graphics this game has.
Summary: I think like most people, I was very psyched for this game, we all wanna grow up to be a Jedi warrior! And the first time you hold out your arm to retrieve your saber in the career... The feeling of holding the saber is breathe taking.
Summary: Since camera tracking and motion control came on the scene, Star Wars fans have been clamoring for a lightsaber combat game. The yelling for such a game reached deafening proportions when Nintendo unveiled the Wii.