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Star Wars: Lethal Alliance - Nintendo DS

by Ubisoft
Platform : Nintendo DS

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  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Star Wars: Lethal Alliance For the Nintendo DS

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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Not half bad Dec 25 2006
By N. Durham - Published on
Ah yes, another Star Wars game, just what we need right? Well, thankfully, this one isn't half bad. Star Wars: Lethal Alliance for the DS is, believe it or not, better than the PSP version, albeit not really by much. Saying that, Lethal Alliance is a better game than one might think; offering up a hearty dose of Star Wars themed action taking place between Episodes III and IV. You play as sexy mercenary Rianna, helping out the Rebellion against the Empire with the help of her droid pal Zeeo. The fact that you must use both in a partnership to advance through the game spices up what could have otherwise been crummy and tired gameplay. Besides the shooting aspects of the game, there are some simplified puzzles thrown in for good measure as well, which helps add some variety. Though the visuals aren't nearly as pretty as you can find on the PSP version, Lethal Alliance still looks great for a DS game. Rianna is nicely animated as well, although many of the levels and areas look similar to one another. The game is pretty easy and simple to pick up and play, but once you beat it, it's doubtful you'll want to go back and play it again. All in all, Lethal Alliance is a solid Star Wars game that any fans of the license or DS owners looking for a good shooter should check out for some quick fun.
17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Cool! Jan. 1 2007
By Kim R. Taylor - Published on
What a great game! The graphics are awesome, the sound is astounding, and a whole new character is introduced:Rianna Saren, a Twi'lek! I really enjoy this game and recommend it to ages seven and older. Now, I'm not the best gamer in the world so I thought some of the levels I've passed so far were a bit difficult. But don't let that keep you from buying this great game!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
So-So Nov. 26 2007
By Robert - Published on
I'm a HUGE fan of Star Wars games; most of the video games I own are Star Wars titles. Of all of the Star Wars games I've owned, this is one of the worst...of all of the video games I've owned, this game is so-so.

For the DS, the graphics are decent. Some of the puzzles are pretty tricky, and the minigames are enjoyable. Overall, however, the FPS aspect is pretty weak, and the game doesn't take all that long to beat. The "alliance" aspect of the game adds to the overall experience a little bit, but this game really isn't worth the price.

All in all, I was pretty disappointed with this game. If you're looking for a Star Wars game, there are better games out there (Lego Star Wars is great, and the Complete Saga is out now, I've heard EPIII for DS is good, and Force Unleashed is coming out next year). If you're looking for a good FPS, stay away from Lethal Alliance - it'll let you down.
Good game Dec 30 2007
By Christopher M. Fulton - Published on
I am about 10% of the way through the game and I like it. It's just "Star Wars" enough to satisfy the Star Wars geek in me and is good enough to keep the gamer geek in me happy. Not the hugest fan that you need to have the droid get you through some of it, but whatever. As for graphics, I don't think they are too bad. They are good enough for the platform they are being played on. I would expect better if this was Wii or Xbox. So, all in all, I think it's a good game.
Much shooting, not much strategy March 31 2010
By John Koch - Published on
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I love Star Wars games, but this isn't one of the greats. The mini puzzles using the droid are quickly annoying, plus she rides the droid at some points and it looks rather queer. The story begins well but loses momentum towards the end. Fun for a few hours but no reason to pick it up once it's finished.