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The Episode I game that should have been made for the movie. DANIEL HAWKS ! (2002) 4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars
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Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 4.0
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 4.4
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 4.1
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 4.2
Overall User Score (8 votes) 4.2

Critic Reviews

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Capitalizing on the first episode of the entire Star Wars series, this Game Boy Color game contains some great visuals, some passably decent music and a lot of puzzles and action for fans of both. But several gameplay problems make this a game that can quickly become frustrating, annoying and downright unentertaining. Things like Obi-Wan's lack of speed, the frustration of facing a certain direction and sometimes inscrutable puzzles all add up to a great game with several flaws.
70 (Feb 05, 2001)
Un titre qui signe une performance correcte mais sans plus. Peu de surprises avec cette nouvelle exploitation de la licence Star Wars pour un soft qui voit son intérêt limité aux possibilités qu'offre le jeune Padawan même si celles-ci sont un régal, en bref, on attendait encore plus.
Electric Playground (May 06, 2004)
Obi-Wan, Yoda and all the characters you've come to expect from the Star Wars franchise, and some moderately interesting gameplay.
Video Games (Jul, 2001)
Wo Star Wars drauf steht, ist spaßtechnisch leider schon lange nicht mehr Star Wars drin. Für ein GBC-Modul schlägt sich dieses Modul jedoch noch ganz wacker.
IGN (Dec 21, 2000)
The power of the dark side has overcome this Star Wars adventure, and though Obi-Wan puts up a brave fight with tremendous swordsmanship and intelligent puzzle design, the dark side remains. Murky visuals and slothful control destroy any hope of greatness in this game. This day, evil has won. However, the level of detail in the sound and the lost detailing in the graphics speak of an effort well conceived even in its death. With the advent of the Game Boy Color and the promise of a new day, we're hoping that the future of LucasArts' handheld adventures may still hold promise. This battle is a loss, but there will be another.
Die isometrische Grafik ist ganz gut gelungen und erinnert stilistisch ein wenig an StarCraft. Zwischen den Levels wird die Story mit schicken Standbildern aus dem Film erzählt. Die Musik ist ebenfalls aus dem Film bekannt und für Game Boy-Verhältnisse ganz ordentich. Leider ist der Spielablauf mangels Abwechslung auf Dauer doch eher langweilig.
Gamekult (Mar 02, 2001)
Graphiquement assez réussi, Obi Wan's Adventures manque cependant cruellement de panache : niveaux peu nombreux, trop répétitifs et sans imagination gâchent les visuels très propres. Une fois encore, un jeu sous licence Star Wars tombe à plat, aussi espérons-nous que les prochains (Battle for Naboo, Starfighter, pour les plus proches) réussiront à rompre la malédiction qui semble frapper les potes à Yoda.