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Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith


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  • Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith

    I just wrapped up my game play of Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith on Xbox. While I completed the Single Story player mode only, I was quite surprised how fast I completed the game. By no means was this comparable to SW:KOTOR, but it did follow the storyline of the movie. I enjoyed the cut scenes, and the experience points you earn through the game. You have complete control over what force sensative abilities you can upgrade while playing as Obi-wan or Annikan.

    Hardcore fans may enjoy this, however, maybe disappointed at the length of the game itself. I would suggest save your mola and rent it or wait for the $49.99 sticker to get lower.

    Has anyone else played this game? Thoughts?'s been a long time.

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    Re: Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith

    Hubby bought this game for PS2 and was not really impressed. He also beat the game pretty quickly. I was interested by some of the characters who seem to have been cut from the movie, but thats about it.

    I would agree with your assesment HM- and even if you are a hard core fan, save your money and just rent this one. Instead, shell out the 39.99 and pick up the Lego Star Wars game. Its highly entertaining and challenging. There is much more to do to keep you interested. I don't even like video games and I played this one.
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      Re: Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith

      I was not altogether impressed with the game play of Episode II either. It was just too quick and the best characters (fight-wise) were the ones that the gamers just created. I second DQ's nomination of Lego Star Wars being one of the best games ever. Even my dad (who hopelessly throws to second everytime he plays MLB) can manage it, but it's entertaining.

      P.S. I am so addicted to KOTOR I and II, though
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