Overload writes: "I remember purchasing this game when it first came out and I fell in love with it. I would play for hours on end and never get tired of it."
Omg this game kicked so much @ss I loved playing this game.
Lol omg I just remember how hard this game was me and my brother kept getting our asses kicked tho it was still awesome fun
Its was not the best made game ever, but I loved this game, me and my younger brother smashed this game. Unlocked everything... Ahhh those were the days.
It was a good game. Many SW games suck, but there are a few so-so hidden treasures. I also like Obi Wan on the original Xbox. Not great but it was a ton of fun.
calling this the greatest Star Wars game ever made seems to be a stretch... I would have to give it to Rogue Squadron 2 for Gamecube.
To this day, I still pop in Rogue Squadron 2 into my gamecube and play it. I have a really good HDMI up convertor that makes it look really good too. Definitely in the top 3 best Star Wars games, but we have to consider Knights of the old Republic and or Battlefront as well. If we are going best first person Star Wars game then for me it is Shadows of the Empire on the trusty N64. I remember my Dad bought me an N64 as a gift and knew I loved Star Wars so he picked up that game for me. OMG did I play it for countless hours!
Shadows of the Empire was Third Person no?
No, Shadows was almost entirely 1st person.
This article seems to be based on the PS1 version of the game, which was far inferior to the Dreamcast version, primarily due to the glitches hes complaining about and the graphics. Definitely wouldn't classify the ps1 version in any "Best Of" lists. @msbaustx @Neonridr Rogue Squadron 2 is a phenomenal game, definitely a nice arcade alternative to the hardcore sims that were X-wing/tie fighter games(I love those as well). Jedi Power Battles was tons of fun and very high quality, but I agree it's not the best. My personal #1 would definitely be KotOR. I'm sure I don't really need to explain why lol...as far as best FPS, I'd probably go with Republic Commando.
One of the few games that prove movie licenses do not have to suck.
This logged lots of hours on my Dreamcast, along with Racer and SW Demolition.
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