Star Wars - Episode III - Revenge of the Sith Review by: noj94NOJ94'S REVIEW
This is another game I personally own, game experience online might be slightly different due to the different controls slightly rising the difficulty of game-play.
Summary: In case you didn't already figure out, this is a game based the third episode and final story of the Star Wars series. Anakin and Obi-Wan find themselves in middle of war between the Senate and the Separatists. As Anakin and Obi-Wan comes to the rescue of Palpatine, The Chancellor, who has been taken away Anakin and Obi-Wan find their rival Count Dooku. In the middle of the fight between the two heroes and the sith Obi-Wan gets knocked out forcing Anakin to fight for the rescue of The Chancellor himself. Once Anakin finally gets the upper-hand Palpatine wishes for Dooku's death. Anakin follows the orders and finishes him. Anakin's life from hereafter begins to spiral down a dark path.
Story: The story is mainly what you see on your DVD. There is a slight variation here and there and occasionally there are parts of the original story that are put into more detail in this game. For example you (as Anakin)actually go into the Jedi Temple and slay all of the young padwans in hiding, which isn't really shown in the movie. The death of the young padwans is probably the saddest and least moral part of the game and I even question whether it should have been in the game. Also, there is a part in the game that is completely an addition to the story: there is a scene in which Anakin goes on top of city's buildings to fight off droids.
Graphics:The art is similar to the original Clone Wars show they had on Cartoon Network several years ago. This could be bad for some but this form of heart did not affect my attitude toward this game very much. The graphics weren't bad but they weren't exactly wonderful either. Some enemies/droids looked fairly silly with some of the color selection.
Sound:First of all there are no voices. I'm not to terribly surprised seeing as this is a GBA game and I personally do not know of very many games that have voices, however it does make this game feel slightly...well...naked. I wanted to hear Obi-Wan's sarcasm, hear the Sidious call Order 66, I wanted to hear the scream of hatred in Anakin's voice as he burned by the volcano. However, this would be immature of me to expect this but it was an annoyance to hear computer noises for the words being displayed instead of being said. The music is Star Wars but isn't at the same time. It has the songs and such, but the way it's delivered just doesn't sit well with me.
Depth: At the beginning you are given a choice between Obi-Wan or Anakin to play (you can play both in the same file) and the difficulty; Padawan (easy), Jedi (medium), and once you complete the game on Jedi, Master (hard). So if you want to finish the game you need to go through Jedi first and then do Master. However once you defeat Master than there isn't much to do after. At the end of Master they suggest that you try to beat the game upside-down, though I found this rather funny at first I couldn't help but feel as if this was a semi-clever way to hide the fact that there is nothing to do after. They give you a multi-player choice but it's not worth your time.
This is not my top pick but if you are a fan of Star Wars you might as well add this to your collection.