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Star Wars Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace (PC)

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The third person perspective action game, developed by Big Ape Productions and published by Lucas Arts, it is based on the film of the same name.

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      23.08.2001 18:31
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      In this game, Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace you control Obi Wan Kenobi and you have to follow exactly the same path as the movie does which also helps you along the lines of the game by if you get stuck then you can watch the film again and see how they get past in the film then follow the same lines yourself. When i bought Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, I thought it was going to be pretty rubbish because i didn't think that the designers of the game would have used all of the effects and sounds from the films. When Obi Wan gets the light saber out and puts it away, it makes the right sound and when he swings it around or hits something like a person or wall or another light saber then it makes the right sound then, which makes the game realistic and better. The graphics and detail in this game are quite goodwhich allow you to see easily along horizons without any dodgy pixels or blocks. This game has excellent gameplay and a brilliant story line just like the film therefore you get to fight darth maul at the end with the light sabers.

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