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Star Wars the Clone Wars: Republic Heroes - Nintendo Wii

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  • Compete against a friend with in-level challenges for rewards and points to be spent to upgrade your character and unlock bonus items.
  • Play as your favorite Jedi heroes including Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ahsoka Tano, Mace Windu, and Kit Fisto.
  • Slice and dice your way through Separatist droids with your lightsaber and Force powers and use your agility to perform amazing leaps and navigate levels filled with interactivity.
  • Turn your enemies into weapons as you commandeer droids and use their unique abilities to blast enemies and solve puzzles as a Jedi.
  • Be part of an elite clone trooper squad with unique gameplay that puts firepower at your fingertips.

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Platform: Nintendo Wii

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Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes lets Star Wars fans young and old live out the sweeping galactic adventures of the Clone Wars. For the first time ever, players can fight as their favorite Jedi and clone troopers from the preeminent animated television series – from familiar faces like Anakin Skywalker to new heroes like Clone Captain Rex. A brand-new storyline, which bridges the gap between season one and two, takes the player on a multi-faceted adventure to stop a mysterious techno assassin’s destructive plot. Built around two-player cooperative action, the accessible controls and family-friendly gameplay bring Star Wars fans across generations together like never before to fight the evil Separatists and restore peace to the galaxy. Experience an all-new and exciting Clone Wars storyline that bridges the gap between season one and two of the TV series as you learn more about the mysterious bounty hunter Cad Bane and hunt down the all-new Skakoan super villain Kul Teska.

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Anchored by the characters and events of the "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" animated series, Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes reveals a new and exciting chapter of the Star Wars saga. Containing the series' unique graphical style, a story conceived by the writers of the television series, multiple playable characters across two classes and co-op gameplay it is a must-have title sure to enthrall both new and more seasoned fans alike.

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Story
Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes lets Star Wars fans young and old live out the sweeping galactic adventures of the Clone Wars. For the first time ever, players can fight as their favorite Jedi and clone troopers from the preeminent animated television series – from familiar faces like Anakin Skywalker to new heroes like Clone Captain Rex. A brand-new storyline, which bridges the gap between season one and two, takes the player on a multifaceted adventure to stop a mysterious techno assassin’s destructive plot. Built around two-player cooperative action, the accessible controls and family-friendly gameplay bring Star Wars fans across generations together like never before to fight the evil Separatists and restore peace to the galaxy.

Gameplay
Gameplay in Star Wars the Clone Wars: Republic Heroes is mission-based. Players can choose to approach the action as either a Jedi or a clone class character. Playing as a Jedi you have access to eight playable characters, and as a clone you play as one of a group of clones. The game was developed with co-op play in mind, which means players can more or less count on never fighting alone, which is a good thing considering the hordes of battle droids and other enemies you will face. The game also features a puzzle-solving gameplay component, as well as an upgrade system based on the collection of "Force Orbs" scattered throughout the game environment.

Weapons and Combat
Keeping with the games' user friendly approach, the control scheme has been designed with Jedi character's lightsaber and force powers, as well as clone characters firing trigger accessible from a single input source. Because of the difference in the character classes weapons, combat differs depending on the class chosen. Due to their reliance on the their lightsabers, Jedi will mostly engage enemies at close range, although force power attacks can allow for more distance from targets. In addition, utilizing Jedi powers at point blank range players are able to engage in "droidjacking," which allows a Jedi to take control of a droid's weapons system and other abilities. On the other hand, clone character combat relies more on firepower, utilizing a variety of blaster type weapons and thermal grenades, although clones are able to acquire heavier weapons, such as miniguns and rocket launchers as the game progresses. Because of the projectile nature of these weapons clone character combat can be fought as a variety of distances.

Key Game Features

  • Experience an all-new and exciting Clone Wars storyline that bridges the gap between season one and two of the TV series as you learn more about the mysterious bounty hunter Cad Bane and hunt down the all-new Skakoan super villain Kul Teska.
  • Play as your favorite Jedi heroes including Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ahsoka Tano, Mace Windu, and Kit Fisto.
  • Slice and dice your way through Separatist droids with your lightsaber and Force powers and use your agility to perform amazing leaps and navigate levels filled with interactivity.
  • Turn your enemies into weapons as you commandeer droids and use their unique abilities to blast enemies and solve puzzles as a Jedi.
  • Be part of an elite clone trooper squad with unique gameplay that puts firepower at your fingertips. Blast droids and unleash devastation with heavy weapons like rocket launchers and thermal detonators as Commander Cody, Captain Rex and all of your favorite clone troopers.
  • Compete against a friend with in-level challenges for rewards and points to be spent to upgrade your character and unlock bonus items.

Product Information

Platform:Nintendo Wii
ASIN B002ABVLZA
Release date October 6, 2009
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3.6 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
I just wanted to add this review for any mom's of young Star Wars/Clone Wars fans. My 6 year old son LOVES anything to do with Star Wars. We got a WII for Christmas and started with the Lego Star Wars game. He loved that and I would highly recommend that. Unfortunately, he kept seeing commercials for other games that looked more like his favorite show, Clone Wars, and he wanted us to buy this one. We finally got it for him but I was very nervous because of the Teen rating. My 6 year old is our oldest and I am not wanting to get into all kinds of violence, gore, or inappropriate attitudes. Before buying it I was never able to find a review that spoke to content and that is why I am posting this.

This game does not show ANY blood or gore. When the droids are destroyed they just fall apart or short out and the guys/people grunt and fall over. We were o.k. with that. I am a big fan of this game because the it is very close to the Clone Wars series on TV and he really enjoys how he gets to use the remote. He can use it like a lightsaber (if he is a jedi) or gun (if he is playing as a clone trooper). He especially likes being able to swish his lightsaber with the flick of his hand rather than pushing a button like on Lego Star Wars. He also loves being able to switch between his favorite "good guys". So far there has not been anything that I felt was inappropriate for him. Either language, attitude, or excessive violence. It has more difficulty in problem solving but you can select a "padawan" or "master" mode to play in (padawan=easy or master=more difficult). A bonus for mom's in the game is there's virtually no consequences to dying so that lowers the frustration level for a young player.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Star Wars the Clone Wars Republic Heroes is a fun game, but there are downsides. The great thing I liked was the story line, it's smooth and you play different characters in each chapter. There are three main settings, eight Jedi, and the Clones. You play as whatever the Wii had originally decided, meaning that if the chapter is directed towards the Clones' viewpoint, you play as the clone. It's a two player game with drop in and out features. I'd recommend this game for older kids or teens. It's simple enough for ten year olds, but not complex enough for seventeen year olds. The game play is fun, there are multiple combos you can achieve when fighting. Also, after you finish a particle section/ chapter of the game you can go back and play as any Jedi or Clone you've previously unlocked.
The problem with this game is the camera angle. As mentioned before, the graphics are the same as in the movie and T.V show, however you don't have any camera angles. It felt a lot like the on line "Path of the Jedi," camera angles. The packaging showed multiple angles, but this is false. It can be hard to jump, but you just need to look for a little blueish dot of where you could possibly jump and hope for the best.
Overall this game is fun, but is quick and the graphics aren't the best. I would still recommend it for Star Wars the Clone Wars fans, the storyline is best!
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
This game has to be one of the best star wars games for the wii ever created. Not only can you be a Jedi and beat up guys with a lightsaber, but you can also become a clone trooper and shoot bad guys with your blaster. This new dimension in star wars gaming really really gives it an edge over other star wars games.

Pros of being a Jedi
-it really uses the wii motion controls making you feel like you really are anikin or obi-wan
-you can tour around the Jedi temple and take part in various training exercises
-you are very powerfull, some enemies you can defeat with one upper cut stroke of your lightsaber

Cons of being a Jedi
-Your arms really start to get sore after a while so you can really only play this game an hour a time

Pros of being a clone
-It is very much like other shooting games except you can play in third person or first person
-It is fun shooting droids on the wii for the first time

Cons of being a clone
-It does not implament the wii controls vey much all you do is point the wii remote and shoot.

The other aspects of the game are great too. The graphics are very crisp and the plot is a good branch off the second star wars movie. All and all this is a superb game and any true star wars fan should buy it
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Nothing says "rush to production" like an unplayable game. This thing has so many glitches that I have to wonder whether LucasArts simply laid off its QA staff before releasing this piece of dog squeeze.

On the plus side, the characters in it are at least recognizable. And the graphics aren't horrible.

But then we get into the gameplay. Or lack thereof.

If you're planning to make your character move, you'd better be pretty skilled in the Force, because that's what it's gonna take to figure out just which combination of moves you'll need to walk to the place you want to be. And jumping? Fuhgeddaboudit! Sometimes you'll get a handy little icon that shows where you'll land, but other times, you're left to trial and error to figure out just how far to jump in order to land on a platform or other surface. Most times, you simply fall to your death.

The in-game instructions are where this game really fails. My son and I were trying to take down a large droid that keeps trying to stomp on you. When it gets its foot stuck, Yoda comes on to interrupt your game with some "helpful" instructions. EVERY FREAKIN' TIME! And there's no way to turn off the in-game instructions. I'm not positive, but I think that if you keep at it long enough, the game eventually takes pity on you and lets you move to the next level.

Bottom line: The marginal entertainment this game offers will never make up for the hours of frustration you experience with it.

Grade: F+
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