Yeah, it’s another game tying into Star Wars (Episode IV) the movie. How many of those have we seen? Lots? Yeah, I know. Well the last time I fell in love with Star Wars was Super Star Wars for the SNES… but this is Star Wars for the Game Gear so how will it fare? Err… badly. (PS I should totally try to get Star Wars for the Game Boy Color and review that).
The game starts out with you controlling Princess Leia aboard her boarded Rebel transport, as the Imperials swarm all over it looking for her and the secret plans for the Death Star (chronologically speaking
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Apparently the game is coated in butter or grease because your characters seem to slip and slide and whoosh about huge plat forming screens where they have to shoot, run, jump, climb and so forth to get from point A to B… and while the controls are OK to pick up the gameplay just seems to be endless plat forming (and not the quality of plat forming like in the Super series of Star Wars games, I mean assisine broken plat forming that only repetitive playing and memorization can beat. That kind of plat forming. Also while the world of Super Star Wars was
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Sad, after such good experiences like Super Star Wars and LEGO Star Wars I would have wanted better from my Star Wars gaming experience (movie wise), but as it stands this game just barely earns a 2 out of 5. I know some people actually love this game, it’s just that I’m not one of those people… sorry.
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