You have been chosen from over 10 000 Jedi in the Galactic
Republic to undertake a perilous mission. You must stop the
Trade Federation from carrying out their evil plot and protect
you begin playing Star Wars: Jedi Power Battles you
can choose from three characters to play as. You can be either
Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn or Mace Windu. The game plays
very much like THQ's Obi-Wan's Adventures that it launched
for the Gameboy Colour last year. And to be honest, if you
already own that game then Jedi Power Battles will
seem a little pointless to you.
in-game graphics are almost identical to the previous game
(although to be fair the gameplay is far more engaging). What
makes this worthy of a Gameboy Advance release is rather puzzling?
The whole production feels as though it was originally designed
for the Gameboy Colour and then just stuck into a Gameboy
Advance cartridge at the last minute.
get me wrong, this is a very good game, but it has been released
way to late. Releasing this game two months before Star
Wars: Episode II is due to hit the cinema screens seems
to be a shameless way of cashing in on the series and let's
face it, after May this game will be too out of date for most
you loved Obi-Wan's Adventures and want more of the
same then you'll love it - I did. But I'm afraid I can only
give this 5/10 as it is just re-treading old ground and at
£35 fans will be expecting more.
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