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Star Wars Demolition

Platform : Sega Dreamcast
Rated: Teen
14 customer reviews
Metascore: 67 / 100
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  • Total Vehicular Mayhem: special attacks and 4 games modes including tournament and high stakes!
  • Blast your way to victory with an arsenal that includes ;aser cannons, proton torpedoes, and concussion missiles.
  • Winner tales all in 8 intense arenas with over 10 Star Wars vehicles to chose from.
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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 sci-fi 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

Pros:

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

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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 sci-fi 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

Pros:

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


Product Details

  • ASIN: B00004WGNL
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 4.9 x 0.4 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,517 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Hoffman on December 14, 2000
Me and my friends have lost hours of sleep playing this incredible game. This is one of the most intense games I have played. Will YOU like it? Well, you first have to like the concept of Demolition Derby. If you do, you'll at least like it. You'll like it even more if you like Star Wars. This game makes some of the Star Wars dreams come true. Where else will you see Darth Maul (who is a hidden character that I've unlocked) and Boba Fett battle each other? As such, this game isn't very fun if you play alone. You MUST be playing against friends. Pick this one up if you're looking for a great party game and turn the sound up!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By slythorr on November 25, 2000
let's face it; the car combat genre hasn't really exploded on the video game scene, as compared to fighters first/third person shooters or even RPG's. ever since the first TWISTED METAL game. (which was the most innovate, as well as the first "HIT and DRIVE but i must give credit to activision/luxoflux for producing this kinda game but with the vernable STAR WARS license.
SWD uses the most well reconized vehicles from ALL the previous STAR WARS movies, including the pod racer from epidsode 1. the sounds are very authenthic from the whinny laser blasts to R2 D2's "chatter" of course you also hear the legendary john williams soundtracks as well. thr graphics are great except with slight hint of "draw in" (C'MON GUYS THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE A NEXT GENERATION SYSTEM!!)
what SWD adds to this genre, are different tournament modes,that add the replay value like high stakes where you can place a bet on you against your opponent, and unlocking extras like bonus vehicles/characters etc. from your earnings as well.
all in all, for those who can't wait for the upcoming TWISTED METAL BLACK (on ps2)as well as you FORCE FANS, this is a MUST BUY.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nathan on February 2, 2001
I don't own a DreamCast, and don't play many console video games. But my brother recently did get this game for his DreamCast, and being a Star Wars fanatic I decided to give it a try.
At first I was terribly excited. A high quality, exciting opening cutscene, plenty of gameplay options, a variety of characters, some known and some new, to play as...what more could you ask. So I started playing. There are four play modes: Hunt-a-droid, in which you run around trying to kill as many droids as possible within three minutes, battle, in which you face off against up to four opponents for one round, high-stakes in which you face off against one opponent and win lots of money, and then the main game -- tournament mode, where you go through four rounds for each character, destroying enemies and unlocking the more powerful vehicles. There are a cool selection of power-ups, guns, etc..., and the graphics look nice (except for some draw-in distance issues). The sound is also great. But the vehicles aren't that well balanced, and some of the arenas pop up over and over while others are rarely selected by the computer.
This game was very addictive for a few days. I beat the tournaments, unlocked all the secret characters, made and broke high scores -- and by the third day of gameplay I was bored out of my mind. There was no where farther to go with this game. I might play it occasionally, but while it's fun and quick, it's simply not worth the money simply to shelve it after a few days of gameplay.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 19, 2001
This is the best game ever. I bought it and wasn't excepecting to much, but to my surprise when I first played it I was amazed. The graphics and gameplay were the best. The controlls were easy to master. The levels in it were the bomb. They are interactive, like in this one these giant robots are walking around and they shoot at you. The characters they have in this game are the bomb and so are the veichles. Each veichle has its own weapons and there are also weapons you can pick up will playing. The enimies are pretty good they'll gain up on you and make you run. My friend and I were playing the game for about 3 hours and it felt like 10 minutes. If you are playing two players you can be on the same team doing anything in the game. My favorite veichle is the speeder bike. OH, another thing I found intresting was when you hit a guy with a missile or laser (or whatever) they like explode and sizzle and start on fire so the damage looks real unlike other corney games. This game is good for all ages except for some of the violence. OH, and if you liked the Vilgilante 8s you'll love this game.
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Back in the day this game was ok.... But know it hasn't aged very well especially compared to the super fantastic Vigilante 8 2nd offense(which these guys Luxoflux also made) but Star Wars Demolition even on the Dreamcast runs sub par with very wonky physics and controls , since you cant even go in reverse which is very weird for a vehicle game. Plus while in V8 you could control who you targeted in SWD its all a super cheasy auto target that only works when it wants to. If you want a good car combat game for the Dreamcast look no farther than Vigilante 8 2nd Offense.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "optionwriter" on December 8, 2000
The creators of V8 and V8 2nd Offense could do so much better. Your primary laser weapon doesn't track targets well, surroundings don't react to being hit with serious firepower, and the bonus weapon selection is terrible. Most graphics are great, but battle action is hard to follow. Nothing will aim properly; every shot is a miss. The graphics for the weapon launches and explosions are beyond awful. Steer clear of this one.
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