Reviews and Problems with Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes
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Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes
19 January 2010
Conclusion: My initial reaction to the game was one of amazement. Yet after playing it for a few hours, this feeling faded considerably. Looking at the individual parts one would have to conclude that Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes is a good game.
Excerpt: The woefully-titled Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes has clearly been created for young, male fans of the animated series, and not hardcore gamers. Does this mean it can get away with being crap? Of course not. There is no excuse.
Xbox 360 Review - 'Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes'
26 October 2009
Summary: Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Republic Heroes is set between seasons 1 and 2 of the Clone Wars animated series and features playable heroes such as Skywalker, Obi-Wan, Mace Windu, Kit Fisto, and various clone troopers, giving you the possibility to team up with a friend in online co-op.
Conclusion: Even if a Jedi mind trick fools you into forgiving the lackluster graphics, you’ll still have to contend with the frustrating gameplay. Republic Heroes incorporates tons of platforming elements, but none of them are very good.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes Review
19 December 2009
Conclusion: I can appreciate its hard to get a project off the ground these days but I get the feeling Krome work best when working on originally IP’s unrestricted by licences that may restrict what they can and can’t do. Their recent Hellboy game is another example of a game that wasn’t too well received.
Summary: If you are to think of a series that has been over saturated with video games, Star Wars would certainly be up there at the top. After running out of ideas on how to create titles for the core series, the interest has now moved over to The Clone Wars, the little sister to the big daddy of the...
Pros: Many missions provide good length, Unique graphics and good voice acting, ... Yoda?
Cons: Heavily repeated game mechanics, Simplistic to the point of sheer boredom, No challenge or threat of death
Excerpt: trilogy remains one of the greatest cinematic achievements of our time. Despite George Lucas's best attempts to dilute it with weaker prequel material, its legacy burns strong, inspiring countless imitators and some impressive licensed video games.