This is it – the last-ditch effort for the Rebellion to once and for all eradicate the overbearing Galactic Empire!
Yeah… I remember this being a whole lot easier back in the day. Although, even with all its frustrating bits and downright AI-cheese moments, it’s still a fun game and a rather impressive adaptation. Most impressive, one might say.
After the destruction of the Death Star, the Rebel Alliance is now on the run from the remaining forces of the Galactic Empire. As old friends and new acquaintances join the fray, who among them can truly be trusted?
Here we are: the beginning – er… middle! – of our journey through Star Wars. How does Episode IV hold up as a sequel rather than the genesis of the series? And is the special edition really as terrible as the entire internet likes to think it is?
The conclusion to the prequel trilogy is – admittedly – a bit on the dark side.
A few technical difficulties and hard crashes aren’t going to keep us from shooting each other in the face with lasers! No sir.
At the risk of losing what credibility we may have, we would like to go against the grain and say not only “Attack of the Clones is good”, but also “please put down those pitchforks”.