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Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles
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- 1 or 2 Players
- Vibration Function Compatible
- Analog Control Compatible
- Star Wars
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One of the few neat features in Jedi Power Battles is that you get the option to choose from several Jedi from Episode 1 to play as, but due to the cranked up difficulty, you won't see them for long before they get slaughtered either by wonky game mechanics or from missing a pivotal jump that makes the Mega Man games seem like a cakewalk.
Also, the main selling point for me, at the time, was that two players can play together in a co-op mode to complete the levels. Well, that's great, but your partner better be as adept with the controls as Darth Vader is with the Force, or else you'll spend more time watching them die over and over instead of getting through any levels.
Horrid effort all around. It's not that the game's just difficult--it's that the terrible gameplay leaves little room for mastery or improvement, it's a boring slog with little to redeeming factors. I think at the time I spent $20 for this, and I still regret the purchase today--now, that's saying something. And for what it's worth, I'm very forgiving when it comes to many games, heck--I even found some enjoyment in Star Wars: Masters of the Teras Kasi!
Jedi Power Battles is a perfect combination of the Star Wars universe (basically, the retelling of Episode 1), a beat-em-up side scroller, and platforming. This game can be played with one or two people, was a big thing for me. The hardest thing about this game can be the platforming. If you're not sure about how far to jump, you can easily miss it, tossing away a couple of lives when you're given 5 per level. The combat in the game is fairly simple to pick up. Using a lock-on feature, your character will have no difficulty chopping down battle droids.
In the end, this game is quite a bit of a challenge; part of it is level design, and part of it is just how the game is. I would recommend this game to anyone looking to challenge themselves in an older game.
You will need a memory card in order to save your progress! Also, be prepared to have cheat notes at your side when confronted with the maze on level 10!
This is an old PS1 game, but still one of my favorites. There is a really in dept game guide on neoseeker.com:
If you're going to play this game, you 'must' download this guide. It's well written and covers even a game glitch on level 7.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I remember the first level like the back of my hand. Really happy I found this game as it was one of my favorites growing up.Published 6 months ago by Clark