Tag: Star Wars

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Second Opinion

All The Force Puns Were Taken. It’s A Great Videogame.

HIGH Mike was right. Deflecting blaster shots is pretty dope.

LOW Failing that damn Padawan wallrunning test twenty times

WTF Dear EA, Please fire the dolt in marketing who spoiled the coolest reveal in a commercial.


Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

Warn Your Free Time – It’s A Trap!

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HIGH Arguably the best use of character switching in any Lego title.

LOW Bricks. Studs. Bricks. Studs. Bricks. Studs. Repeat.

WTF The distance between checkpoints is a little ludicrous like Kanye West is a little arrogant.


Star Wars: Battlefront Review

Aren't you a little short for a Stormtrooper?

Star Wars: Battlefront Review Screenshot

HIGH A graphical stunner full of eye candy and fan service.

LOW The lack of depth and small selection of environments.

WTF Apparently, the job requirements for Han Solo's voice actor were "Male. Preferably conscious."

Star Wars: The Old Republic Review

You Got Your MMO in My KOTOR

Star Wars: The Old Republic Screenshot

HIGH Keeping my party barely alive as we take down a nasty boss during a flashpoint.

LOW Being thrown into a PvP match against players 20 levels above me.

WTF Acquiring a companion who is the last of his kind, then walking outside and seeing five more of him.

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 70: Goodbye Tim, The Old Republic, Mass Effect 3 Demo, Final Fantasy XIII-2

Keep a tissue at the ready as we bid Tim a fond farewell. But before he takes his final bow, we explore the light and dark sides of BioWare with Star Wars: The Old Republic and the Mass Effect 3 demo. Plus The Horror Geek tackles Final Fantasy XIII-2; surely it can't be worse than its predecessor… or can it? Featuring Tim "Yup, I put my name first" Spaeth, Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, Mike Bracken, and Richard Naik.

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