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Star Wars Clone Wars: Jedi Alliance by Lucasarts Entertainment

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Star Wars Clone Wars: Jedi Alliance is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
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  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Publisher: Lucasarts Entertainment
  • Developer: LucasArts
  • Category: Action

Product Details:

DRAGON QUEST® VI: Realms of Revelation - previously unavailable outside of Japan - will make its North American debut exclusively on the hand-held Nintendo DS family of systems. Combining classic role-playing adventure with new character options and enhancements, the game offers hours of imaginative DRAGON QUEST fun spanning several unique game worlds that can be enjoyed on the go DRAGON QUEST VI: Realms of Revelation features a rich storyline that leads players through a multitude of captivating worlds as they gather allies and battle fierce monsters on a quest to defeat evil forces. With updated graphics and more than 15 character classes to choose from, new and experienced players alike can dive headlong into the timeless role-playing excitement of the DRAGON QUEST franchise anytime, anywhere. They can even enjoy special features such as switching between character classes and letting monsters, such as Slimes, join their party.

  • Play through an original story exclusive to the Nintendo DS that expands The Clone Wars series in exciting new directions
  • Create your own Jedi dream teams by pairing Jedi Masters and Padawans. For example, team up Anakin Skywalker with Obi-Wan Kenobi, or Ahsoka Tano with Mace Windu
  • Develop the relationship between two Jedi and generate more powerful attacks and special abilities. Replay missions with different character combinations to unlock new areas, collectibles, and other secrets
  • Play with a friend using the drop-in/drop-out coop feature via Wi-Fi
  • Control all movement, Lightsaber combat and cinematic action sequences with just the DS stylus

    Important Information:

    If you are a Star Wars fan, check out the latest Star Wars game, Star Wars: The Old Republic available for PC and Digital Download.

    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing and somewhat Hard Its hard at sometimes, but, isnt that what we want? After I finished this game I decided to sell it, along with Soul Bubbles DS and M&S At The OWG. I would reccomend to buy after you play Mario and Sonic at the OWG buy a 3DS and get Super Mario 3D Land. What I will buy after I get my money is Spider-Man 2 and Ultimate Spider-Man. I reccomend you buy these too.
    Date published: 2012-05-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ok The overall product summary is alright, or ok. It's not the best game ever, but I like it. I don't like the way you have to use the DS as a regular hand held controller in other games, the DS doesn't have enough buttons for playing some really good video games, so I like that they made all the controls with the stylus. I don't like the graphics, which you can expect because DS games always have ok graphics, or awful graphics, so like I said it's ok. Ok gameplay, ok graphics, good sound, ok lasting appeal.
    Date published: 2011-12-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Basically basic This is the most simple ds game i have ever played. There is not really anything unique about this game.
    Date published: 2011-05-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Game With Phenomenal Production Values But VERY Simple Gameplay While I'm not a huge fan of new Clone Wars cartoon, I am enjoying it, and Lucasarts Singapore REALLY nailed it with this particular license. If your a fan of the new cartoon series there is much to love here, and if your not a fan or just mildly enjoying it, you'll still find a decent, albeit simple, action adventure game. The production value of Jedi Alliance is OFF THE CHARTS. In my personal opinion, it has the best production value ever for a licensed game on the DS. Its just incredibly well done. The graphics are some of the best ever on DS. Beautiful levels with very good detail. It even starts just like the cartoon with the news announcer giving the audience an update with what's going on. Its also amazing how much voice work is on this tiny little cart. There's is a freakin' TON. Absolutely EVERYTHING here looks, sounds, and feels like Clone Wars. The story is also very cool dealing with a group of rouge/dark jedi called the Nightsisters who steal a huge shipment of lightsaber crystals. Why did they steal it and what do they plan on doing with them? That's what you'll have to find out. Unfortunately the gameplay itself DOES NOT stand up to the awesome production values. Don't get me wrong, its in no way bad, its just really simple. Everything is done with the stylus. Combat is really just relegated to tapping on the enemy quickly. There's really no depth to it. The force is used whenever the game lets you use it, and its usually to open doors or just force push someone. Then there are QTE (quick time events), but instead of pressing buttons you swipe the stylus at certain angles. And to block/redirect incoming shots, you tap on your character right when the shot is about to hit you. That really is the majority of gameplay. Really, really simple. Anyone looking to show off what the DS can do in terms of production...look NO further. Again, phenomenal production value. Gameplay wise, its just a little too simple though its definitely worth playing to check out the ultra cool and well made story.
    Date published: 2008-12-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A reason to travel back to a galaxy far, far away I first put Star Wars Clone Wars into my DS slot not knowing what to expect. I somewhat expected the usual port of a console game where the graphics are hashed down and several touch screen elements are randomly thrown at the wall as the developers prayed that they would make a system worth selling for ** bucks. As soon as I started the game, it was clear to me that this was no rehashed port of a better game. SWCW is a well structured game with every inkling of being designed specifically for the ds. The graphics are crisp and bright overall, but some more effort could have gone into the frame rate. However, all of the dialogue is voiced by the talents in the show and the movie, which is better than most voiced- DS games can say for themselves. Also cutscenes have well animated facial expressions on all of the character models. The story is not whatsoever linked to the show or movie, taking a different route and allowing you to visit certain locales for the first time in any Star Wars game. The combat part of SWCW is; however, a mixed bag. Attacks are executed by tapping the enemy with a series of high, low, and mid attacks until you force their saper back, stunning them. You can then unleash a series of combo strikes to whittle down their health. These battles are brief and concise, with no more than three short waves, which was a good choice as an extended period of this combat would have made me shut the Ds for a while. It is apparent that the team that made SWCW put some thought into how this would play out, it really can't compete with better designed action games like Ninja Gaiden DS. This is perhaps why it doesn't seem as polished, simply because I have played better. It's not necessarily bad, it's just not the best. Combat however, is not the main part of the game. Most of the game is targeted at adventuring, with minor minigame and puzzle offshoots. The only errors that plague these adventure sequences is a particularly stubborn camera and a slight graininess in graphics the farther away from the screen that your character moves. Overall, I am glad that i bought this game. It's tight minigames and adventure sequences make up for a rather dull combat system. With a wealth of collectibles and game tweaks to unlock, it makes a fair adventure title. Before buying this game; however, you must understand that it is an adventure game billed as an action game, and those looking for a more intense game should look elsewhere.
    Date published: 2008-11-20
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