Summary: Score: 6.25 / 10 Kinect Star Wars Xbox 360 Kinect Developer : Terminal Reality Publisher : Microsoft Release Date : April 3rd, 2012 Pros: Multiple game modes offer different styles of gameplay Star Wars license grants authentic sound Hop in, hop out co-operative multiplayer for all features Plenty of unlocks and varying difficulties Cons: Technical issues hold the Jedi mode back from any real greatness Rough textures and little visual appeal General control for each mode...
Summary: This game was recently given to me as a gift. I knew that the people who bought it for me make very little money so I tried to be as polite as possible. My father and I somehow played the first 2 levels in front of them without killing ourselves. Afterwards I tried out the Rancore Rampage mini-game which was entertaining but did not control well at all. Luckily the podracing in it is perfect. I have to say that podracing itself may be worth 60$.
Summary: A Gamestopper...I think there's a reason why the Star Wars Kinect Xbox 360 320 GB Bundle exists. Maybe the extra memory makes up for the stunted gameplay a 250 GB Xbox can't correct. I'm Surprised for all of the authentic reviewers they didn't pick up on this possiblity. Comments anyone?
Summary: The graphics are brilliant, unfortunately game play is just not as good. Yes it's great to handle a light sabre. Unfortunately skill doesn't seem to be required, just waving it about with great enthusiasm is about all there is to it. All to often we got through a fight, and guess what, here we go again, same actions, same lack of variety. Biggest problem we encountered was jumping over obstacles etc. The Kinect couldn't see us jump!
Overall the game is good, but not the one on one duels...
Patrice Audet, Amazon
14 June 2013
Summary: Why can't they just let us play with our lightsaber as one would expect? You have to block 4 times, then 1 attack and that's always like it. Other than that (and maybe the dance module...) the game is great.