Who does not know Star Wars? One could say that it's one of Hollywood's blockbuster franchises with millions of fans around the world. In addition to movies, Star Wars has also been successfully adapted into other media such as comics, animated films, television series and even adapted into games on various consoles.
Who does not know Star Wars? One could say that it's one of Hollywood's blockbuster franchises with millions of fans around the world.
In addition to movies, Star Wars has also been successfully adapted into other media such as comics, animated films, television series and even adapted into games on various consoles.
Even though Star Wars has millions of fans around the world, that does not necessarily mean successful games, gangs.
While some of the bestselling games on the market such as Star Wars: Empire at War, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, also one of the newest Star Wars Jedi games: Fallen Order, many games also have some failed. There is even a game that is considered an extraordinary failure until one of the game review sites only gives 2 out of 10.
What are all Star Wars games that are considered to have failed, see the information below.
1. Kinect Star Wars (Xbox 360)
Made with the latest technology and adopted a concept that has been classified as fresh in its time, does not necessarily make this game well received in the market.
Using the alias of kinect motion detection technology on the Xbox 360, you'll feel as if you're holding a lightsaber and fighting enemies with a movement of the hand. you can also play xbox multiplayer games as well.
Unfortunately, this game also adds quite eccentric steps like when you have to use characters in this franchise.
Not only the addition of an offbeat scene, the gameplay from start to finish is also less consistent. Although it uses the same great concept, this racing game looks more like a collection of mini-games than a single unit.
You will become a Jedi with a lightsaber on a stage, then the stage will go to podracing, and on a stage you will have to date. Can you imagine how the game changes constantly?
This game gets a score of 5.5 / 10 of IGN, 5/10 of GameSpot and 3.5 / 5 of Trusted Reviews.
2. Star Wars: The New Droid Army (Game Boy Advance)
Then there is Star Wars: The New Droid Army is a game with a pretty interesting story.
In this game, you play as Anakin Skywalker who must chase Count Dooku who has fled and intends to form an army of droids.
Unfortunately, with the premise of this interesting story, the gameplay that was a bit problematic. Star Wars: The New Droid Army is an action game interspersed with many breaks.
In this game, you will use a lightsaber to attack and reverse enemy fire and as the game progresses.
You will also use a variety of skills using strength, the gang. Unfortunately, the strength you have is limited and needs to be recharged while remaining in place.
For action games that prioritize the action and agility of players in moving their characters, stay in place to damage the flow of this game. Imagine, when you have finished defeating a group of enemies and want to move on to the next group of enemies, you need about 30 seconds of silence to recharge your strength.
With all its shortcomings, this game gets a score of 5.2 / 10 from GameSpot and 60% from Metacritic.
3. Star Wars Episode I: Racer (Game Boy Color)
Star Wars Episode I: First Racer was released on Nintendo 64 until six months later, it was adapted for Game Boy Color.
Compared to the version of Nintendo 64 that offers a 3D modeling, the Game Boy Color version is probably far from the interesting word, gang.
By adapting the bird view layout and 2D modeling, players can only see the movement of their characters from above. This causes the resulting view is very limited.
Not only in terms of less appealing aesthetics, the concept of bird-eye gameplay makes it difficult for players to control their character.
This limited view makes it difficult for players to turn or avoid obstacles in the game.
In addition, this game lacks a lot of variety. There are no variations such as the location of obstacles or other random factors. The track will be 100% the same as when it was first transmitted. This will definitely make you sleepy! This Nintendo 64 reboot game gets a score of 3/5 from Gamefaqs-GameSpot and 6/10 from IGN.