Average User Score: 5.5Dec 4, 2013Alright, I'll try to be the most sensible user reviewer here and -explain- why this game deserves this score. First off, why are we supposed to pay twice as much as the original/earlier games? I mean, it's not like Angry Birds Star Wars is introducing that much new content. It's basically a copy and paste (original) Angry Birds with a Star Wars paint job on it. The gameplay is nearly identical. This might have even been an Angry Birds texture pack.
Sure, it brings a couple of new ideas and gameplay features, but what it puts out as a whole is the classic Angry Birds formula and just a few textures slapped on to it. It's a mediocre game based on an addicting but highly overused franchise.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.4Dec 3, 2013I admit that I loved this game for the PC. For the Xbox360, eh... not much.
To start off, the first thing that really ticked (and I mean the first thing) was the graphics. What the hell. The filter seemed to be entirely blue, as if I was playing a freaking ocean discovery game, a lot of the ground textures looked muddy and just half-assed, and the textures were incredibly low-res when aiming in with a scope. Most of my time in both singleplayer AND multiplayer was spent trying to distinguish if what I was shooting at was either a player or just the enviroment or objects. The singleplayer storyline was laughable, as was the cheesy diologue. Now the multiplayer is team-based. It is EXTREMELY fun to play with friends, but when you are alone, have fun trying not to die every 2 seconds. Anyways, let me describe the multiplayer. I'll get the bad stuff out of the way first. The servers only support 32 player maps as opposed to 64 players on the PC. The 32 players on fairly large maps can be a problem most of the times, as when you wander just to get to the middle of the map and then get shot 200 meters away by a sniper. The guns sound like bloody peashooters, the pistols' damage are equivalent to a BB gun, the jets are hard to control (that is if you even manage to stay alive in one before getting shot down by some smartasses wielding target lock-on rocket launchers), and every soldier seems to have Tourettes Syndrome, spitting out a F*ck! Sh*t! every time he sees an enemy. Now onto the good stuff. The gunplay is extremely addictive (I got a few chuckles out of attaching a rifle scope on a .44 magnum), the model animations are fluid and clear, and playing with friends can be a blast, utilizing teamwork and dynamic gameplay to further benefit you and your buddies' needs.… Expand