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Star Wars Light Saber Battle Game

by Hasbro
4.2 out of 5 stars 87 customer reviews

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  • Interactive plug and play adventure
  • Plug the training droid into your TV or VCR, and you're ready to begin
  • Innovative wireless technology lets your lightsaber interact with your TV screen
  • Join your favorite characters from Star Wars, including Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, Qui-Gon Jinn, Anakin Skywalker, and Mace Windu
  • Requires 4 "AA" or LR6 Alkaline batteries (not included).
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Product Description

Prove your prowess as a Jedi Knight with this action-packed Star Wars Saga Edition Lightsaber Battle Game. With interactive plug and play technology, your lightsaber movements interface with your TV. Simply plug the battle droid into your TV or VCR, grab the realistic looking lightsaber and you're ready to slash enemies and defend yourself. Team up with your favorite Jedi from the 6-part saga, including Yoda, Mace Windu and Obi-Wan Kenobi, against such Dark Side foes as Darth Vader, Count Dooku, General Grievous and more. For 1 player, 8 years and up. Made of plastic. Imported.


While Luke Skywalker needed to use only the force in his training to become a Jedi knight (like his morally ambivalent and intermittently evil father), you will need a television set with AV inputs, an RF adaptor if your TV doesn’t have those, and four AA batteries which are not included in this challenging lightsaber battle game. Simply plug in the training droid and hoist the rather dinky sword as you follow along on the TV adventures. You get a chance to fight against an array of bad guys like Jango Fett, Darth Maul, Emperor Palpatine (don’t let appearances fool you, he’s spry), and Anakin Skywalker while you fight alongside Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, Mace Windu, and others. --Charlie Williams

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  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 10.6 x 15.8 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00061I4CE
  • Item model number: 42389
  • Our recommended age: 8 - 12 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #402,136 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
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This is honestly one of the best toys of the year, if not the decade. It uses Xavix technology (you know--the bowling/tennis/baseball games) to track every move of your lightsaber and allow you to battle against many of the Episode I, II, and III characters.

I know, it doesn't sound like much, but the response time on this game is astounding. When you swoosh your saber, you see your blade move onscreen and hear the proper corresponding sound. Awesome! You learn special moves through tutorials in the Jedi Council chamber, and can block other saber swings, attack, and even reflect blaster bolts.

The 2-D graphics are on the level of the Sega Genesis, so they aren't much to look at, but the sounds really help to sell the experience. I don't think I really spent a lot of time examining the graphics anyway. I was too busy trying to dodge blaster bolts.

The saber has no batteries, and no moving parts. The training remote has four infrared emitters that reflect off the saber and track its movement back to the "eye" of the remote. While it's powered by four AA batteries (which seem to last quite a while), it also has a jack on the back for an AC adaptor (if you have a universal adaptor you can use that).

No, this game won't babysit your small children for you or balance your checkbook, but it'll give you an awful lot of fun and get you up and moving at the same time.

If there were only a way to lightsaber Jar-Jar this game would be perfect.
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This game has been FANTASTIC! I have a 12 year old who is not a physically active kid, and whose coordination, stamina, muscle tone, and overall athletic ability would be in the bottom percentiles. However, more than anything in the world, he wants to be a Jedi ... and this game has gotten him off the couch! He was frustrated at first because some of the moves, etc. were really hard for him. For any other game, I'm sure he would have quit. But this was so singularly motivating, he stuck with it. After less than 3 weeks, he had made it to level 7 -- and even though he has "mastered" the game, he continues to play because it continues to be a fun and motivating challenge. He keeps coming up from the basement soaked with sweat and happy beyond compare. I know this is doing great things for him fitness wise, and is improving his muscle tone, motor planning, and coordination -- and best of all, he just loves it and is so happy and so proud. I don't know if I'd say it is educational but it does score high on therapeutic value for a kid like mine. It is holding up great so far too -- and despite hours of play, it seems to be pretty good on batteries (have only changed them once so far). I couldn't be happier with this purchase, and best of all, I get to be the mom of a future Jedi knight.
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I obtained this game last week for my son and two daughters. They loved it. The sword is small compared to regular sabers but you can really have fun. This tv game uses Xavix technology in order to function properly and lets you face notorious dark side enemies like Emperor Palpatine, and the other evil men. I love Star Wars so I took a few swings at the television screen. Which got me excited is that you can be side by side with other jedi Obi-Wan, Qui-Gon etc. You finally have a game that will get you away from your game boy for maybe a week or two. As this game focuses on your ability in order to really make this game fun! You should know before getting this that is only for ONE PLAYER ONLY. I am going to finish the review, so I suggest that you should buy this for StAR Wars FANS
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I wanted this game for myself and got it from my girlfriend for my birthday. I plugged it in and was cracking up because it truly is a joy to play this game. Any child who grew up in the 70's secretly dreamed of being a Jedi (well ok, most boys did, but I'm a girl so I guess I'm an exception). This game is awesome. It's SO much fun. It's actually really hard at first to get the hang of it, but after a few days of playing with it, you get the hang of it. You get to train before each level which means you have to master a move by one of the Jedis such as Qui Gon, Obi Wan, Mace Windu, Yoda. The moves give you a significant advantage when fighting opponents because you cause much more damage if you use them in the levels and your force power can be replenished when you use them. The hardest one to master is Obi Wans which is this move where you spin your saber. I've done it over and over and can never get it to work properly during a level. But truthfully, you can get by using the other moves.

What's interesting is you actually have to come up with a "style" of fighting that is all your own. I actually found that using longer, more graceful swings killed more enemies than just randomly and quickly swinging your saber. There is something very satisfying about swinging that saber and seeing droids fall away or their heads being cut off with a well placed swing. I know I must look completely insane playing this game at my age, but it's seriously a good work out (your arm will be KILLING you the next day).

The graphics are bad and old fashioned, but I'm sure it's the new technology and this problem will be improved upon. It took me awhile to figure out how to block saber hits from my opponents (the key is small, slight wrist moves to block).
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