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Star Wars Demolition

by LucasArts
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews) 63 / 100

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  • 1 or 2 Players
  • Analog Control & Vibration Function Compatible
  • 8 Intense Arenas With Over 10 Star Wars Vehicles
  • Special Attacks and 4 Game Modes
  • Total Vehicular Mayhem With An Arsenol Of Weapons

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  • ASIN: B00004W4S3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,462 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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A vehicular combat game set "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away," Star Wars Demolition is yet another embarrassingly mediocre title based on the premier science fiction movie series. A mishmash of elements from the various Star Wars films, the laughably implausible premise here allows for disparate combatants (Boba Fett, a piloted podracer, and a Rancor, to name a few) to fight in arenas that range from inappropriate (e.g., the swampy Dagobah) to impossible (e.g., the surface of the Death Star II).

It's a shame that the gameplay in Star Wars Demolition isn't even remotely as imaginative as its "what if?" fanboy scenario, as all you've got here is an uninspired regurgitation of similar games (like Vigilante 8), with clunky controls tossed in for bad measure.

Whatever amusement one can find in Star Wars Demolition wears thin really fast, making this disc one really expensive Star Wars-themed drink coaster. --Joe Hon


  • 3-D graphics and sound are, for the most part, faithful to the movie series
  • Laughably implausible premise
  • Uninspired gameplay with clunky controls
  • Amusement wears thin really fast

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars This Game could have been better!! November 26, 2000
Lucas Arts is great at providing the atmosphere of the Star Wars movies in all of their games, and Star Wars Demolition is no exception. Unfortunately, atmosphere doesn't sell games, gameplay does, and Star Wars Demolotion is lacking badly in that department.
Graphically, this game is quite similar to Vigilante 8, with the exception that the levels that you can compete on are on Tatooine, the Death Star II, Hoth, Etc Etc. There are many vehicles to choose from including the Land Speeder, Snow Speeder, Boba Fett's Jet Pack, an AT AT and a few others.
The atmosphere is great, the opening credits are cool, there is plenty for the Star Wars fan to love. However the problem here is that this game is unusally hard. After playing Battle mode for 3 consecutive hours, I lost every battle I fought but one. Some characters you fight against seem more mobile and harder to kill than others. This would be ok, but it often seems like you are being teamed up on by mulitple enemies at once. The limitations of the vehicles makes it impossible to overcome the fights where you are outnumbered. This makes victory impossible for a single player.
Where some players might find this game favorable would be in the two player mode, where you can fight against each other on the different terrains, with any of the various vehichles. This portion of the game is pretty cool.
Overall the graphics are adequate, although there is lots of popup. The music caters to the Star Wars atmosphere and is good. The gameplay suffers from a high level of difficulty.
As a diehard Star Wars fan, I can not recommend this game. Rent this one first if you feel like you must own it.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Finally, the One to bring balance to the Force... August 31, 2001
By Ben least on the Playstation, that is. It's about time we get a good Star Wars game on this system. It may not be a masterpiece, but it's certainly good enough to restore just a LITTLE faith in LucasArts.
I'll start with some of the negatives that have been brought up: 1) There is no reverse button. Really, once you get good at the game, you don't need a reverse button, but I still think it would be good to have one just the same. 2) The graphics, while excellent for the most part, can also make some things very hard to see, especially thermal detonators on the ground and smaller vehicles (Aurra Sing, Darth Maul, Leia, and especially Boba Fett). 3) Worst of all, this game has a bad habit of freezing up during loading screens, more often than any other that I've ever played.
Now, after considering those things, I kept at it, and I find that this game is actually really fun. Some have complained that it's too hard, but that's just something to be remedied by practice and strategy. After awhile, I found myself feeling that it was too easy.
The other complaint is that the storyline is not consistent with Star Wars, but come on. Even the games that were supposed to be directly based on the movies did not follow the movie scripts to the letter! If they did, there really would not be much of a game. Besides, the Star Wars Universe has plenty of openings for alternate storylines. Just look at all the novels, fanfics, and RPGs out there.
I also like the music in this game, being remixes of the original Star Wars songs. They really manage to keep a good pace and tempo to suit all the action in the game.
I will admit, too, that at first I did not like the control scheme. I don't like having to use those L & R buttons so much.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars There's a price on your head, and I'm going to collect!! November 26, 2000
This is Twisted Metal meets Star Wars!! Thats right die hard fans, play as over 10 different Star Wars Universe characters.... Even the "Man" himself, Boba Fett. Four different 1 player games to choose from. Several in 2 player mode. Different power ups and all in the name of "Raking in the Cash". If you fail... well Jaba the Hutt is likely to have something nasty instore for you! I recomend this game highly to Star Wars fans.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Quite an enjoyable little game September 26, 2002
"Star Wars: Demolition" certainly blazes no new ground in the gaming or Star Wars universes, but it sure is a lot of fun to play. One has to appreciate the absurdity of the premise and the locales of battle. Basically, Jabba has decreed that a number of members of the Star Wars Universe battle it out in a gladiator-like tournament for the right to not be killed. This leads to some very bizarre matches and even stranger combatants. Anyone (or thing) from Boba Fett to an AT-ST to a rancor can be used as a combatant. The battle grids take place in such disparate locations as Tatooine, Naboo, Dagobah, and THE DEATH STAR(!), to name a few. The gameplay, itself, is not the smoothest, but it is still a very fun play. Try it on full tournament mode, and after using various different combatants to win, hidden combatants can be unlocked. It's quite fun and has a high replay value. It is certainly as entertaining as any number of fighting games out there. Try it out.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars FAR FAR AWAY IN A GALAXY BLOWN TO BITS!! June 26, 2001
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This game is great I mean how could you not like fighting on the Death Star II.All of the characters are great and have somthing unique about them so I don't relly have a favorite but I don't want to leave you in the dark so there is a podracer,desert skiff piloted by Lando Calrissian,rancor,AT-ST,snowspeeder, Boba Fett,STAP,swoop,landspeeder,AAT battle tank,cloud car,speeder bike and Darth Maul on his bike.The levels are so cool you get the Dune sea,Naboo,Death Star II,Cloud city,Hoth and yavin 4 so this is a great game for any star wars fan!! P.S. MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU.
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Everything was in good shape when it arrived. It arrived in a timely manner. It completed my set of Star Wars games for the PSONE. It went well with my set.
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I bought this game because I remembered playing a demo version of it when I was a kid and I loved it as a kid. Read more
Published on January 14, 2013 by ItsMe
3.0 out of 5 stars Demolitin is finally here
okay, for one thing this is one of the worst star wars games i've played, don't get me wrong but i'm a star wars fan, it's just i didn't like this game very much. Read more
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5.0 out of 5 stars Die or Die Not! There is No Wounds!!
This is a rather hard game but the levels and the people r the best. Bet on yourself. U win U get the credits U lose U lose the credits. Read more
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