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Star Wars Kinect - Kinect Required (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
151 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B003NSBMFI
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 118 g
  • Release Date: 3 April 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,069 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Feel the Force as you transform yourself into a Jedi. Fully harnesses the power of the Kinect platform to deliver a natural and intuitive Star Wars experience.

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Product Features

The power of Kinect places you in the "Star Wars" universe – no controller required
  • With no controller in the way you can live out the ultimate "Star Wars" fantasy
  • Stunning visuals transport you into the worlds of many of the movies, complete with the iconic characters, vehicles, ships and droids that you'd expect

Kinect Star Wars offers immersive "Star Wars" adventures for everyone

  • Fulfill your destiny as a Jedi, pilot iconic ships and Speeder Bikes, race Pods, and much more.
  • Share the fun with friends through co-op and competitive modes
  • With multiple difficulty levels playable simultaneously, fans of all levels can enjoy the game together

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. W. Lawson on 3 April 2012
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I'm writing this three hours after buying and playing the game for the first time.

I've had a good chance to look through and experience the different options.

The game begins with the main menu, which is in the Jedi Archives with R2D2 and C-3PO explaining the context of the game.

From here, you choose to begin your mission, which starts with a short training mode. From here, you continue with the main game - the 'mission' as it is called.

Other options on the main menu include a Dance-Off competition, which is great fun - and has some witty well-known songs with their titles changed (Going Solo = I'm Han Solo for example). This is a great passer of time, even for those players in the family who may not be Star Wars fans.

The Pod Racing section is also great fun, and quite difficult. This really gets the heart racing, and you'll be guaranteed to need a sit down after experiencing this!

I'm yet to experience Rancor Rampage or the Duel options - but they also look particularly intriguing.

As for the gameplay itself, I'll split it into positive and negative:

+ The graphics are great, especially close-ups of characters such as Yoda.
+ The music and settings, as obvious as this may be, are those of John Williams and George Lucas. It's authentic to the film canon.
+ You are playing as a Jedi, in private, hands-free, with no guilt. That can only be a good thing!
+ The use of the force is great. When you lift a ship for example, it really feels like you're doing something amazing!
+ Jumping is great fun! You'll see what I mean!

- The use of lightsabres. I may be struggling as it's my first day, but they're not as responsive as I'd like.
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34 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Thundermentalist (PSN), Stopharage (XBL) on 7 April 2012
First off, it's not an absolute stinker. Caveat Emptor: it's pretty dull, repetitive and uninspired.

The story mode is fairly boring. The characters are instantly forgettable and Chewbacca turns up sporting the embarrassed demeanour of a dog that's been caught eating the sausages off your plate. For an hour wielding an imaginary lightsaber was light-hearted fun. But then the same old combat, enemies and tasks are recycled. Pretty much every enemy can be killed by jumping over them and slashing them. This is great when you're confronted with robots repeatedly telling you 'You're under arrest'. Just jump over them and whack the bejesus out of them. At least that was the tactic, before I started to realise that it would take KInect 4/5 occasions of me jumping to recognise one of them. The tracking for jumping is poor. I thought maybe this might be my set-up but works fine with my other Kinect games and on t'internet seems like this is a common gripe. To split up the armed combat there are sections on a speederbike, which I enjoyed the first time. Despite Yoda telling me 5 minutes into a densely forested level to 'mind the trees'. I hadn't noticed them as I was too busy studying the extra-terrestrial foliage. Cheers Yoda, get back to sullying your inter-galactic reputation by doing some more PC World adverts. Using the force with my left hand would have been aided somewhat by a reticle on the screen rather than me having to wave the arm back and forth like a drunk man looking for a corner in a circular room. More damning was the fact that most combat missions are easily completed by jumping (repeatedly) whilst waving your lightsaber arm at the Kinect. Much like a hyperactive wand-wielding magician having a turn whilst jumping on a trampoline.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on 21 April 2012
...Well actually,it was more like,a few weeks ago in a living room,not far from here...
I got my kinect about 3 weeks before this came out,so i was very excited by the thought of 'being' a 'jedi'. And after all the videos i saw online and the trailer which made this game look awesome,i was ready to get my gold bikini out from the cupboard,whip out my lightsaber & start talking like yoda...
Sadly,i'm afraid the game wasn't as good as i'd hoped.
The main story is...fun...in a way,you play a mute padawan who strangely enough,still had more acting credibility than hayden christenson did when he played annakin skywalker in "Star wars-Episode 2:the kevin & perry years"!
The story was as forgettable as "Episode 1:how i met your mother", & it was about an invasion or something or other,but i got the impression this wasn't about the story but more about the whole jedi experience.
And when i say experience,i'm using the term very loosely.
Yes it was fun for a while to use force powers to lift & throw things,& as for the lightsaber itself? Well,i felt more like i was madly waving about trying to swat a fly than using a jedi weapon.
The on-rails flying sections were jittery & annoying,the speeder bikes were quite good but the duels (in which your character goes head to head with a bad guy in a battle) were i thought, pretty awful.And to be honest the game was very repetitive.
There were other modes other than the main story...

There was a podracing mode,which reminded me of the old N64 game from years ago & it was quite good,except for when you raise your arms to activate repair bots & in the process forget about the steering!!

The rancor mode was kinda fun.
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