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Star Wars Clone Wars - Xbox

Platform : Xbox
Rated: Teen
45 customer reviews
Metascore: 71 / 100

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  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • ESRB Rating: Teen
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You must stop the separatist movement from re-assembling an ancient Sith Weapon of Mass Destruction.

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  • ASIN: B00008DHNZ
  • Item Weight: 6.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 22, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,681 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By M. S. Hillis on February 4, 2004
I acquired this game free with the purchase of a new Xbox to replace one that died on me. I wasn't expecting much due to some pretty negative reviews trashing the repetitive gameplay and ho-hum graphics. So I was surprised when I popped it in and after playing for a little bit discovered I was actually having a lot of fun.
The game mainly involves piloting various modes of transport -- a hover tank, an aerial gunship, a speeder, even a two-legged beast of some sort -- and blasting any enemies that get in your way. It is fast-paced but satisfying to watch your targeting reticle bob around the screen before locking on to a soon-to-be doomed enemy and dispatching them will a volley of laser fire or perhaps a well-placed missile. There area also times when you will play a Jedi (Mace, Annakin, etc) on the ground. While these bits got slagged off by some gaming press, I found them to be pretty enjoyable. Your repertoire of tricks include throwing the light saber like a boomerang to take out far-away foes, doing acrobatic flips and jumps to avoid enemy fire, and taking out whole groups of evil goons with a blast of the Force from your outstretched hand.
The graphics are not eyepoppingly stunning, but they are solid and definitely convey the feeling of being in the Star Wars world. In the scenes where you fly the Jedi gunship, you can see scores of soldiers and droids blasting it below you, giving you the sense that you are part of a larger battle. I'm not a die-hard SW fan, but I did grow up on the movies and find the game does a decent job of filling in some of the events following the end of the "Attack of the Clones" movie.
Initially I was going to give this game four stars, but I gave games like "Halo" and "Project Gotham Racing" four stars, and this game, while fun, honestly isn't on the same level as those heavyweights. So it only gets three stars, but don't let that stop you from just having a good time in the Clone Wars.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ark Runner VINE VOICE on April 30, 2003
The game Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (SWAC) picks up where Star Wars Episode 2 left off - A massive battle filled with droids and clones and jedi. The story goes on from there to tell of the unearthing of a Sith artifact that could destroy the Republic.
In the game, you play as Obi Wan, Anikin, or Mace (Samuel Jackson). There are a variety of vehicles to pilot: hover tanks, land-walkers, droid tanks, speeders, and assault ships. And while all of that may sound like a lot - the game actually feels pretty constricted. Through most of the game, you're doing the same three things: straffing, firing missles, and occasionally zooming in on targets. (The exception being on 2 missions where the emphasis is on racing in your speeder, which is pretty cool).
Although the cutscenes are pretty nice, the rest of the graphics are sub-par. The sound is pretty much straight from the movie, but you'll get annoyed at hearing blasters all the time.
This game is a fun little distraction. I beat it in about two days on the medium setting - which is not a long time at all. So if you're a big Star Wars fan, check out this game at your videostore and save your money for a better game.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Johnson on October 30, 2003
Star Wars: Clone Wars begins with the Jedi raid on a gladiator arena to save Skywalker and friends, which is a scene from the Clone Wars movie, then the game continues past where the movie ends with a new story. This game is a mission based arcade action style game. To start with, there are different planets, which are scenes that the missions take place. Each planet has at least three major missions to complete, with objectives to each mission, such as fighting your way on foot with your light saber, defending five clone soldiers to pilot a landing ship. That is one objective, then the ship takes off and you must pilot the ship and cover ground troops by destroying cannons and the larger vehicles, once that is done the third objective will be the enemy begins to retreat from the planet in gigantic rockets, and you piloting your landing ship must destroy the ships before they reach orbit. Now that is just one mission and the game offers different aspects of game play. One scene you will control a speedy hover tank, pressing the A button for lasers, pressing the X button for missiles, the next scene you could be on foot playing as a Jedi using your light saber, defending against lasers, pressing the A button to slice, and the X button to throw your saber (it boomerangs back). There are also missions that put you on a speeding bike pursuing guards, landing ships destroying things and picking up allies, there are also starships and jetfighters to pilot as well. Yes the controls are very simple, analog stick to move the craft or your character, X button for special weapons and A button for a laser.Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Craig B. on May 12, 2003
Me and another friend were a little tired of playing Halo online, and needed something different to play. Nothing I've found so far has been able to beat Halo. I saw this game, and was interested because it was a Star Wars game. The back said that it was multiplayer, so I picked it up. I soon learned that multiplayer doesn't mean that me and my friend can play this game together on a split screen. There were a couple of multiplayer games we could, but not through the story mode, and not online. Why go through the trouble to put just a couple of multiplayer arena's on this, and not make the whole game 2 player compatible?
So, I tried it online to see how it played. I was not impressed by it. It seemed mostly that the person that could hit the fire button the fastest was the winner. No real strategy. Seemed bland, and seemed to be missing something. It was the same feeling I had when playing MechWarrior online. It was fun the first couple of games, but just had no substance. I've probably played over a thousand games of Halo online, and I still find it to be a fun experience. At least you have to think and use strategy a little.
As for the story mode. It was pretty [bad] also. The graphics seemed ok, but the voice acting was pretty bad. Also, I could have really seemed to care less for the story. The whole game just couldn't hold my interest. Really wish I would have waited for it to become a bargain game before I bought it.
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