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Upon first play, this game was a revelation that only served to augment my excitement about the Star Wars prequels. Along with the excellent Star Wars Episode 1: Racer, here was a game whose use of licensed music and familiar atmosphere (cue Ben Burtt's sound effects) got one's juri juices flowing. And it was the second game I played with hardware acceleration! (Voodoo 3 2000 for those that remember). When one is honest with oneself, the Phantom Menace is a pretty poor game. Where are the exten...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Not much is known about Big Ape Productions, the company that developed Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Lucasarts apparently picked the company at random to design to a game that would follow the release of the long awaited prequel to the Star Wars Trilogy. Upon release, The Phantom Menace was critically panned for a number of issues. Camera issues, stiff controls, lack of force powers; the list goes on. I've read a lot of reviews that say the issues stem from the fact that the game was rushed t...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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