Reviews and Problems with Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes
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27 July 2014
Summary: Lucas Arts was either brain dead by the time they made this game or just gave up on themselves because this game sucks. The game was completely unimaginative and the characters are unbalanced (Padawan is stronger then Anakin, I swear...) and about as weak C-3PO. The environment was tiny and boring, and some maps tended to be ridiculously hard to complete.
Summary: I played it years ago, and now, after the time I have watched the whole Clone Wars series, I see there is few interest in the connection between the original and this game. However, I liked it much, even now, but... there should be more than playing some missions which don't make any sense...
Summary: This game is awful in every possible way. Bad port. Terrible controls. Plus Ahsoka Tano is a horrible character. She does to the show, and this game, what both Anakin actors did to the Prequels. She should never have been on the show. ALMOST as bad as Jar Jar.
This game is good if you're looking for "simple" fun. Not too challenging.
8 January 2014
Summary: I think this one was made for the younger of gamers, but can be challenging for all ages. (Lots of platform jumping) It reads "1-2 player" but you have to go all the way through each chapter in order to open up the 2nd player option. That's not exactly "1-2 player", now is it? You have to make your own fun after a while, too, because there isn't much outside of repetitious battle and some neat moves they walk you through each time you face something bigger.
Summary: This is possibly the worst game I have ever tried on PC. This is supposed to be a children's game, yet it is unplayable and the setting makes it unbearable to me (enough with nursing me, already!). Unsuitable for children and grownups alike. Avoid.
Summary: This game makes the entire lego star wars series by travellers tales look like a freakin work of art. SWTCW is quite possibly the most overused series in the entire star wars saga. This game puts new meaning to the phrase "beating a dead horse". This game is nothing but a pretty label on an empty box (with a pretty penny on the price tag). Repetitive, easy combat.
Summary: Good story line. It kept my 10 and 8 year olds playing. Their only complaint was that the game was over to fast. It don't have as many levels as they would have hoped for. Once the game is finished it does unlock many characters, but the game play is the same.
Aggravatingly amateurish game design, but solid sights and sounds still might be worth checking out for Star Wars fans
Roy Basilisk, Amazon
22 October 2013
Summary: Professional reviews around the internet warned me about this game, but at a cheap price--and asked about it by the budding Star Wars fan that is my nephew--I picked it up anyway. We did get some enjoyment out of it until at certain points even my veteran gamer self was losing patience with the sloppy 3D environments, horribly chosen fixed camera angles, and inconsistent platforming response. We eventually finished the game due to the Star Wars license..