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Star Wars: Dark Forces is a Sci-Fi First-Person Shooter game, developed and published by LucasArts, which was released in 1996.
From the Manufacturer
Behind a veil of secrecy the evil Empire is creating a doomsday army--one that, if finished, will become the final cog in the Empire's arsenal of terror and domination. Your Mission?
Join the Rebel Alliance's covert operations division, infiltrate the Empire, then battle every man and machine the Imperial Forces can muster. Search a vast galaxy for clues, attack enemy bases--all in a desperate attempt to stop the activation of this fearsome new weapon.
- First-person, ground combat
- Call on 10 weapons to fight twenty different enemies
- Explore the virtual Star Wars universe up close and personal
- Fully interactive environments--morphing walls and floors, moving platforms and conveyors, realistic lighting and atmospheric effects
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Top customer reviews
Graphics are really bad, but that is a little expected for such an outdated system. If you bear in mind how old this game is, then you can get past the disgusting looking stormtroopers and the similar looking levels. I've seen screenshots from the PC version and they look much better, so if graphics are a big part of your enjoyment of a game, I would recommend the PC version instead.
Gameplay is very standard first person shooting, but there is an added facet of problem-solving. There are many puzzles to solve in this game to advance through the levels, some diffucult enough for me to look up a walkthrough online. I think that this kept the game interesting when the fun of shooting things wore off. Most of the levels are very boring (slogging through stormptroopers, solving the occasional problem, etc.) but one I replay quite often, the third mission. This mission is not for someone who likes the shooting aspect as there is lots of wandering through sewers, but it is quite fun to be scared out of your wits by a monster in the dark. Bosses are usually difficult, which is either a good or bad thing depending on what you're looking for.
The story is very straight forward. Empire has new superweapon, you have to destroy it. That's about it all throughout the game, with an interlude with Jabba.
I would recommend this game to the serious/ mild SW fan. It starts off a whole legacy about the main character, so it is important in this aspect, and there are a few entertaining parts. If you are interested in the gaming aspect only, I would either rent it or skip it.