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.