According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence
Parents have little to be concerned about with Obi-Wan. The Star Wars universe is generally a safe place for all gamers to enjoy. Foul language makes no presence here while there is at best mild gore. This comes from lightsaber battles that show no blood. When hacking droids however, your lightsaber will cut them in half or decapitate them.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers may have problems playing this game as much of the spoken dialog (important game objectives included) is without subtitles.
Star Wars fans will want to at least rent Obi-Wan. Taking control of one of the more prominent figures in the Star Wars universe is fun. Whether it's mastering the force or fighting your way through recreations of battles from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
Fans of the platformer genre might also want to try Obi-Wan. However, if you're not a fan of Star Wars you may not enjoy this title. New and veteran Xbox owners trying to find a bargain title should definitely consider Obi-Wan. The game offers both single and multiplayer options for those wanting to test their lightsaber skills on a friend. You'll find that this title doesn't push the limits of the hardware, but is still enjoyable.
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