There is a disturbance in the force, and the Jedi are there to find its source. There is a whole Armada of Battleships and troops besieging a planet and two Jedi knights come to protect the planet.
This Star Wars title from Lucas Arts is completely based on the movie Phantom Menace. It is basically an action game in which you play a number of characters from the movie, solve a number of puzzles, beat down enemies with your light saber or laser guns and follow the footsteps of the movie. But remember, you will follow a different trail to the same ultimate ending.
- "Star Wars: Episodio I : La Minaccia Fantasma" -- Italian title
- "Star Wars: Episodio I - La Amenaza Fantasma" -- Spanish title
- "Star Wars: Episódio I - A Ameaça Fantasma" -- Brazilian title
- "Star Wars: Episode I: La menace fantôme" -- French title
- "Star Wars - Episode 1: Die Dunkle Bedrohung" -- German title
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There are no reviews for the PlayStation release of this game. You can use the links below to write your own review or read reviews for the other platforms of this game.
The Press Says
||Nov 08, 1999
||88 out of 100
||Feb 08, 2000
||7.7 out of 10
||76 out of 100
||75 out of 100
|Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine (OPM)
||60 out of 100
||Sep 16, 1999
||4.2 out of 10
||Nov 19, 1999
||8 out of 20
|Digital Press - Classic Video Games
||Oct 16, 2005
||4 out of 10
|The Video Game Critic
||May 18, 2005
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The original (non-Archive Collection) versions of the box had various silly things hidden under some box flaps, that were different for alternate versions of the box (there were lots). Examples:
"WOOKIE!" "Graaahr." "Battel DROIDID!"
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace
contains a few scenes that were in early versions of the screenplay but never made it to the final cut of the film (most noteably Obi-wan Kenobi rising out of the waters of the Naboo swamp while the Federation tanks hovers by).
PC Player review
The German magazine PC Player gave the game a bad review and received an angry letter from Multimedia Handelspartner EG, most likely the German distributor of the game. PC Player printed some quotes in the editorial of issue 08/1999, e.g. that a bad review is a slap in the face for every fan, that the magazine should work out new evaluation possibilities together with the industry or that some silly persons should not judge products costing millions to produce. The editorial in German language can be seen here
The PlayStation version of the game includes the video of Duel of the Fates
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Tony Gies and