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Star Wars: Masters of Teras Kasi

Platform : PlayStation
Rated: Teen
23 customer reviews

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  • 3-D fighting game set in the Star Wars universe
  • Excellent backgrounds and settings
  • Tons of cool special moves and Force powers
  • Multiple gameplay modes
  • For 1 or 2 players
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Product Description

Disc(s) plus hard plastic protective replacement case only. Disc condition ranges from flawless to scratched but is guaranteed to work.

From the Manufacturer

Evil combat master Arden Lyn leads a group of Galactic Empire fighters against the leaders of the Rebel Alliance. This 3D fighting game presents the epic one-against-one confrontations Each character has a special power plus a wide range of exciting real-time combat moves.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B00002SV61
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 1, 1997
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,865 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. St Clair on May 17, 2002
This is a pretty cool, though far from perfect, Star Wars game. As others have said, the graphics are not the best, but they aren't horrible either. The moves, controllability, etc., are also not that great, but still not horrible. And yes, the game can be fairly hard when playing against the AI.
So what makes it a "pretty cool" game? Playing as Luke, Han, Chewy, Boba Fett, Sandpeople, etc. And when you beat the whole game on the hardest setting, you unlock more characters like Darth Vader, Stormtroopers, Leia in her Jabba-slave-girl outfit, and for those of you who read the books, you'll like playing as Mara Jade. Unlocking these characters is not easy, but if you just sit down and learn the combos (listed in the instruction book), it isn't that hard. However, although there are quite a few characters to play as once you've unlocked the hidden ones, I think a few more should have been included. I think Lando should have been in it, as well as the Emperor, and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
So, if you want a game where you can play as most of the fighting characters from the original trilogy, then buy this. It isn't perfect, but it is good, and it's all there is so far. If you are a Star Wars fan, you owe it to yourself to buy this, considering how cheap it's gotten - I got it when it first came out, and I still play it occasionally. I'll continue to play it, but I just hope they make a sequel with more characters, including those from Episode I & II, and improve on the flaws listed above, so I can quit having to look past them.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Pollard on October 24, 2004
I read the reviews on this game after renting it and am planning on buying it, I am disgusted to see what people say about it, the controlls really aren't that bad, its a little slower then most fighting games, but not horrible so, the special moves are a litte unbalanced yes, but you don't have to do special moves, all in all I think its worth owning, in fact I go so far as to say its a must have for any star wars geek(I can say geek I am a Star Wars Geek
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 9, 2000
this game is alright, although it may seem fun this game is very challenging and sort of boring,it could be fun for those who enjoyed the movie, and producers of this game next time try a little bit harder to entertain your fans.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ben on August 21, 2001
It really is a shame... This game was so close to being awesome, but, like just about every other Lucasfilm game (except Super Empire Strikes Back on SNES), it fails in its execution.
I'll start with the positives though. The graphics are excellent, though the characters may appear just SLIGHTLY dated. They animate very well, having been motion-captured. The backgrounds are awesome, and so is the music. Of course, you can't go wrong with Star Wars when it comes to graphics and music anyway. The character voices are even cool as they sound just like their actor counterparts.
However, the gameplay... this, unfortunately, is what ruins it. Now, there are some cool features here such as a free running mode which makes the game truly 3D like Bushido Blade (and unlike the pseudo 3D of Tekken, for instance). There is also a limited guard meter (like Street Fighter Alpha 3), which prevents turtling. Unfortunately though, these nice features are overshadowed by very serious flaws. First of all, the are the motion-captured moves. While they look great, they're also extremely jerky when translated to the game. They are also plagued with horrible lag and recovery times. Even a simple jab leaves you open for all sorts of counterattacks. The other problem is the control: it flows like 3-year-old Heinz ketchup. There is no hope of stringing any moves together because the game cancels out all additional button presses from the moment you start a move all the way until your character completely recovers at the end of the move. This wouldn't be so bad, except for the previously mentioned problem: extremely slow recovery times. In fact, the lag time for throwing a swing is longer than the recovery time from getting hit by one!
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So it is for the original playstation, so as far as graphics go, don't expect much. They're not all that great even for PSX graphics. Character movements are a little sluggish, and special attacks are grossly overpowered. That said its still a pretty fun star wars game, especially against a friend. Its no "force unleashed" but it is what it is, lots of characters can be played from Luke, to Vader, to Han, to Chewbacca, to a Tuskin Raider lookin' thing named "Hoar".

Music and sound fx are FANTASTIC....namely because they were pulled straight from the movie, so you have john williams playing for your video game.
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This game isn't the greatest, the fighting style is a bit weird but more akin to Tekken 1 or 2 than a 2d fighting game. But with time you'll become accustomed to it and learn to enjoy it. The roster expands with completion and features favorites like slave outfit Leia and Jodo Kast, basically a Boba Fett clone (in the sense of 90's palette swaps a la mortal kombat). Oh and Vader.

Best played with friends for a good laugh and fictional duels (could Luke kill his sister?)
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