Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes lets Star Wars fans young and old live out the sweeping galactic adventures of the Clone Wars. For the first time ever, players can fight as their favorite Jedi and Clone Troopers from the preeminent animated television series – from familiar faces like Anakin Skywalker to new heroes like Clone...
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Incluye 14 artículos: STAR WARS™ - Dark Forces, STAR WARS™ - Knights of the Old Republic™, STAR WARS™ - The Force Unleashed™ II, STAR WARS™ - The Force Unleashed™ Ultimate Sith Edition, STAR WARS™ Battlefront™ II, STAR WARS™ Empire at War - Gold Pack, STAR WARS™ Jedi Knight - Dark Forces II, STAR WARS™ Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy™, STAR WARS™ Jedi Knight - Mysteries of the Sith™, STAR WARS™ Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast™, STAR WARS™ Knights of the Old Republic™ II - The Sith Lords™, STAR WARS™ Republic Commando™, STAR WARS™ Starfighter™, STAR WARS™ The Clone Wars™ - Republic Heroes™

 

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Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes permite a los fans de Star Wars pequeños y mayores revivir las intensas aventuras galácticas de las Guerras Clon. Por primera vez, los jugadores pueden luchar en el papel de sus Jedi y Soldados Clon favoritos de la exitosa serie animada de televisión – desde los rostros familiares de Anakin Skywalker hasta los nuevos héroes como el Capitán Clon Rex. Un argumento totalmente nuevo, que enlaza la primera temporada con la segunda, lleva al jugador a una aventura polifacética para frustrar los planes destructivos de un misterioso tecno-asesino. Pensado para acción cooperativa con dos jugadores, los accesibles controles y la jugabilidad para toda la familia unen a los fans de Star Wars de distintas generaciones como nunca antes había ocurrido para enfrentarse a los malvados Separatistas y restaurar la paz en la galaxia.

  • Juega en el papel de tus héroes Jedi favoritos incluyendo a Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ahsoka Tano, Mace Windu, y Kit Fisto

  • Corta y trocea para abrirte camino entre los droides Separatistas con tu Sable Láser y los poderes de la Fuerza y utiliza tu agilidad para realizar saltos excepcionales y navegar por unos niveles repletos de interactividad

  • Convierte a tus enemigos en armas cuando comandas a los droides y utilizas sus habilidades únicas para disparar a los enemigos y resuelve puzles como un Jedi

  • Compite con un amigo en desafíos dentro de los niveles para conseguir recompensas y puntos para mejorar tu personaje y desbloquear objetos de bonus

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows XP o Windows Vista

    • Procesador: Intel P4 a 3.0GHz, AMD XP 3000+ o superior

    • Memoria: 1 GB Ram, 2 GB para Windows Vista

    • Gráficos: Nvidia 7300 GS o superior, ATI X1600 o superior*

      *Se requieren 256 MB o más de memoria gráfica

    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c

    • Disco Duro: 8 GB

    • Sonido: Dispositivo de audio 100% compatible con DirectX 9.0c

    • Soporte de Controladores:

    • Otros Requerimientos: Conexión con Games for Windows - LIVE

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BrandonMig
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Publicado el 26 de junio
good game. but you have to do a few things to get it to play in Stream
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trioxin68
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Publicado el 26 de junio
Bad, in all possible ways.
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jackel1309
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Publicado el 13 de junio
This game is unplayable in single player
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johntohill
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Publicado el 10 de junio
This is unfortunately a weighty blotch on the reputation of the Star Wars gaming franchise. What strikes me more than anything, given the fact this is an official Star Wars title, is how overwhelming 'budget' the entire experience feels.
The sub-seven hours I spent with it became all the more wearisome as it went on, revealing more and more horrible design decisions and a blatant lack of any sort of meaningful playtesting. I sincerely did try to enjoy this, although it was with a mighty sigh of relief I breathed when it was all over.

Now a little disclaimer, I haven't actually watched any of the cartoon show, but from the clips I've seen the art style does seem quite faithful. But what is puzzling is how poor the graphics are overall, given that the game is only half a decade old.
I thankfully had no problem in getting the game to run, but to those still struggling, I implore you to not waste your time.

The dialogue is suitably inane and suits the Saturday-morning-kids-cartoon feel that they were aiming for. As you progress through each level the characters will jabber back and forth at one another. However, combat is not paused during these exchanges, and to skip through these conversations, you press left-click. To fire, you also press left-click. And given that you have very little to do in the game beyond firing, odds are you will blaze your way right through these conversations, with broken audio fragments punctuating your battles in a very jarring staccato-beat. Though as a small mercy I'm fairly sure none of the conversations would have turned around my enjoyment of this train wreck.

The game is separated into 3 acts, each separated by a rather well done movietone-esque war news broadcast updating the viewer on the current events. Between level cutscenes are not quite so well done by and large, and are overlong. Thus the brevity of the 40-odd levels (some clock it at 3-4 mins to complete) means any sort of meaningful flow is brought right back down to earth constantly by the recurring cutscenes.

The gameplay is fairly boring and repetitive, with the designers playing it safe with the generic action-adventure style of running, jumping between platforms, and blasting or slashing enemies as they rear their heads. However the platforming sections are horrendously bugged, with the game completely misinterpreting the jump command altogether and plummeting you to your death ad nauseam. Thankfully you jump between most characters in the game level to level, which stops it being a complete snore-fest, and the ones where you play as clones give you a welcome respite from the awful platforming. However, even these sections are flawed as the camera angles chosen are woeful. And countless times I was shot down by unseen enemies off screen but I wasn't able to return fire!

Various other glitches abound, such as where you would get permanently stuck on scenery or the next area/cutscene would fail to trigger, forcing a level restart.

RPG elements are laughably token, with the majority adding nothing to gameplay whatsoever. You can also do challenge missions to gain more upgrade points. In these, you have to complete certain actions within a time limit such as killing a bunch of enemies in a certain way or collecting as many free-floating points as possible, and these pop up as you clear certain areas. But after I completed a few and realised they were all just pointless busy-work, I skipped doing them altogether. And even at that I still managed to buy all upgrades well before the game's end.

Now I know, given the fact this is aimed at children, I can't expect a Dark Souls-like experience. But the game is ridiculously easy, and dying in this game doesn't stop combat or respawn enemies, your partner keeps firing on and then you appear beside them, fully healed, a matter of seconds later. I believe they must have decided to go this way when it was clear the jumping and camera angles would induce countless unnecessary player deathes and if they wanted people to finish they had to make the constant death less painful. It also removed any sort of challenge and made me even less enthusiastic to play on.

Now there are moments of sporadic genuine fun to be found but they are smothered under the weight of all the issues the game piles upon itself. Do yourself a favour and pick up virtually any other Star Wars game available instead.
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jeremy64300
( 0.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 4 de junio
WONT WORK WITH WINDOWS 10
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Dave
( 0.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 30 de mayo
No. I dont Recommend this because its litterally the SOLE DEFINITION AND PHYSICAL EMBODIMENT OF CANCER.
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Ds239 Studios
( 1.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 29 de mayo
AT FIRST I DIDN'T RECOMMEND THIS BECAUSE I COULDN'T EVEN LAUNCH THE GAME FOR LIKE THREE WHOLE MONTHS UNTIL I REALIZED I NEEDED TO INSTALL WINDOWS LIVE IN ORDER TO PLAY IT NOW THAT I KNOW THAT I RECOMMEND THIS BUT MAKE SURE YOU DOWNLOADED WINDOWS LIVE TO PLAY THIS TITLE
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神King Harry_Lobster神
( 0.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de mayo
omg this is like the worst game i think i have ever played with camera angle like omfg who made this damm thing i needed to drop out with asoka but it would not let me 3/10
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ewi
( 0.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de mayo
bad
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titic3
( 0.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 11 de mayo
GAME ISN'T WORKING IT FIRST WORKED WHEN I BOUGHT IT BUT STOPPED AFTER 30MINS I'VE TRIED EVERYTHING TO FIX IT AND NOTHING HAS WORKED PLEASE FIX THIS ASAP.
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This is unfortunately a weighty blotch on the reputation of the Star Wars gaming franchise. What strikes me more than anything, given the fact this is an official Star Wars title, is how overwhelming 'budget' the entire experience feels.
The sub-seven hours I spent with it became all the more wearisome as it went on, revealing more and more horrible design decisions and a blatant lack of any sort of meaningful playtesting. I sincerely did try to enjoy this, although it was with a mighty sigh of relief I breathed when it was all over.

Now a little disclaimer, I haven't actually watched any of the cartoon show, but from the clips I've seen the art style does seem quite faithful. But what is puzzling is how poor the graphics are overall, given that the game is only half a decade old.
I thankfully had no problem in getting the game to run, but to those still struggling, I implore you to not waste your time.

The dialogue is suitably inane and suits the Saturday-morning-kids-cartoon feel that they were aiming for. As you progress through each level the characters will jabber back and forth at one another. However, combat is not paused during these exchanges, and to skip through these conversations, you press left-click. To fire, you also press left-click. And given that you have very little to do in the game beyond firing, odds are you will blaze your way right through these conversations, with broken audio fragments punctuating your battles in a very jarring staccato-beat. Though as a small mercy I'm fairly sure none of the conversations would have turned around my enjoyment of this train wreck.

The game is separated into 3 acts, each separated by a rather well done movietone-esque war news broadcast updating the viewer on the current events. Between level cutscenes are not quite so well done by and large, and are overlong. Thus the brevity of the 40-odd levels (some clock it at 3-4 mins to complete) means any sort of meaningful flow is brought right back down to earth constantly by the recurring cutscenes.

The gameplay is fairly boring and repetitive, with the designers playing it safe with the generic action-adventure style of running, jumping between platforms, and blasting or slashing enemies as they rear their heads. However the platforming sections are horrendously bugged, with the game completely misinterpreting the jump command altogether and plummeting you to your death ad nauseam. Thankfully you jump between most characters in the game level to level, which stops it being a complete snore-fest, and the ones where you play as clones give you a welcome respite from the awful platforming. However, even these sections are flawed as the camera angles chosen are woeful. And countless times I was shot down by unseen enemies off screen but I wasn't able to return fire!

Various other glitches abound, such as where you would get permanently stuck on scenery or the next area/cutscene would fail to trigger, forcing a level restart.

RPG elements are laughably token, with the majority adding nothing to gameplay whatsoever. You can also do challenge missions to gain more upgrade points. In these, you have to complete certain actions within a time limit such as killing a bunch of enemies in a certain way or collecting as many free-floating points as possible, and these pop up as you clear certain areas. But after I completed a few and realised they were all just pointless busy-work, I skipped doing them altogether. And even at that I still managed to buy all upgrades well before the game's end.

Now I know, given the fact this is aimed at children, I can't expect a Dark Souls-like experience. But the game is ridiculously easy, and dying in this game doesn't stop combat or respawn enemies, your partner keeps firing on and then you appear beside them, fully healed, a matter of seconds later. I believe they must have decided to go this way when it was clear the jumping and camera angles would induce countless unnecessary player deathes and if they wanted people to finish they had to make the constant death less painful. It also removed any sort of challenge and made me even less enthusiastic to play on.

Now there are moments of sporadic genuine fun to be found but they are smothered under the weight of all the issues the game piles upon itself. Do yourself a favour and pick up virtually any other Star Wars game available instead.
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Publicado el 10 de julio de 2014
No se como empezar.

Bueno podria empezar asi: Podria decir que es un gran juego, perfecto, una historia epica, llena de desafios, puzzles, infinidad de enemigos y jefes casi invencibles.... si lo jugamos en hard claro pero NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

Los juegos de star wars siempre se han caracterizado por dar horas y horas de entretenimiento, si no te pasa igual entonces no te gusta star wars pues en mi caso puedo jugar horas sus juegos sin aburrirme.

Pero tuve la mala suerte de que en mi estupido paquete de Star Wars 2013 collection viniera este estupido juego.. pudieron haberme metido el Battlefront 1 que no esta por steam o mejor aun... pudieron haber metido la coleccion x win vs tie fighter pero dejaron de lado juegos perfectos para su epoca... que se puede decir.

El problema en si del juego es su historia estupida pues aunque no era muy divertida la ultima serie de The Clone wars almenos me entretuvo lo suficiente para ver todos los capitulos que sacaron al aire.

Pero va!!!! dejemos de lado la historia... a quien le importa la historia cuando el juego es divertido y tiene buen apartado grafico asi como banda sonora.

Pues tachin el sistema de juego que nos ofrece Lucas Arts es de lo peor que pudieron haber hecho en su ♥♥♥♥ existencia. En primer lugar el juego es 100% lineal pero que va eso es nada comparado con el hecho de que tienes que jugar con otra persona en 1 teclado pues si juegas solo... el juego es imposible de jugar, ya que muestra a los 2 personajes juntos y no hay separacion o de lo contrario se queda colgada la pantalla.

Creia que podria divertirme un rato con este juego pero solo me dieron ganas de llorar.... si LLLLLOOOOORRRRAAAARRRRR pues fue de los ultimos juegos de Lucas Arts antes de ser comprada x ♥♥♥♥ing Disney con toda la ♥♥♥♥♥♥ de la drogadicta de la hanna montada y el ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ de happie wiber siendo fatal el juego... ¿Porque meto a Disney en esto? R: Muy facil... los juegos de antaño de star wars no los volveremos a ver nunca... a no ser que se cumpla la premisa y le permitan a EA hacer juegos de star wars con todas sus desarrolladoras.

Ahora si eso llegara a pasar otro motivo mas para llorar... MI AMADO STEAM QUEDARA FUERA Y LOS USUARIOS DE STEAM NO PODREMOS DISFRUTAR DE LOS PRODUCTOS DE STAR WARS UNA PENA.

Si el juego viene incluido en el paquete de star wars 2013 pues que se le puede hacer, pero si piensas comprarlo creeme... gastas tu dinero mejor compra algun dark forces o algun kedi knight es mucho mejor.


Bueno... si quieres entretener a los crios con este juego necesitaras 2 mandos de xbox o play, de otra forma se van a pelear por tener el lugar mas comodo en el teclado.

Menos mal este juego no salio hace 20 años... de lo contrario my childhood is ruined childhood is ruined childhood is ruined CHILDHOOD IS RUINED CHILDHOOD IS RUINED CHILDHOOD IS RUINED CHILDHOOD IS RUINED CHILDHOOD IS RUINED


Si crees en dios, agradece que no siempre o mas bien nunca Lucas Arts hizo estas ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s...

Es injusto decirlo pero STEAM comparte esta cosa con Games for windows para acabarla de molar, que triste D:
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Publicado el 4 de mayo
todos los juegos de star wars son buenos menos este. es un asco ensima cuando pones la campaña automaticamente te saca el juego no lo recomiendo.
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Publicado el 28 de julio de 2015
Ok, so im probably gonna be the only person to recommend this game, its a decent hack and slash for the jedi's and a slightly better shooter and if your a fan of both star wars or even just the cartoon this is based on then sure buy this, but when discounted. I did like the game but not enough to pay full price. Bottom line the game is fun and does have some replay value but dont bother if you just wanna add this to your star wars steam collection.
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Publicado el 26 de marzo de 2014
I wouldn't say that this game was a complete piece of crap and it was obviously designed with controllers in mind not keyboards, but lets just say younger children will get more out of this than anyone above the age of 13.
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Publicado el 11 de mayo de 2015
*Starts game*
"All right, let's check it out."
*Games for Windows Live required*
"..."
"Goddammit"
*30 minutes later, finally have an account*
*Starts up game again. 'GFWL requires update'*
"Of course. Of ♥♥♥♥ing course."
*Starts up again, finally starting campaign*
*Worse graphics than LEGO Star Wars*
"Oh god, no"
*Cringeworthy disney channel sitcom animations*
"nononononononono"
*Ballerina fighting animations*
"♥♥♥♥ this. ♥♥♥♥ you."

1/10
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Publicado el 28 de abril de 2015
Just like in the show, the parts with the clones are always better than the parts with the jedi.
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Publicado el 6 de septiembre de 2015
I'm sure this will get uber-downvoted but I 'll say it anyway: This game is really not that bad. Once you get past the Games For Windows Live page (which I personally like for the easy gamerscore) and the often frustrating platforming, you get to a fun game that you and a friend can laugh at. It's somewhat akin to the LEGO games in the simple combat and vehicle sequences, but with less brick smashing and coin gathering and more droid slicing and derpy hats. It seems as though the game almost recognizes it's stupidity and embraces it, almost.
The only technical error that I encountered was the inability to save my resolution and graphics settings, forcing me to reset them each time I launched the game.
Overall I'd give this game a 6 out of 10. It succeeds at being what It's trying to be, it's a goofy cheesy clone wars game, but nothing more.
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Publicado el 29 de junio de 2014
I bought this to play in multiplayer with my 5 year old....she loves it..for kids who love watching the clone wars cartoon, it has all the main characters. Most importantly they can play as Ahsoka!
Controls are easy for her to use and she loves the style of the game. Its just like the cartoon. Very easy for her to navigate the screen and gameplay is simple.
If your looking for something more complex then dont buy this. If your looking for a game for a child between 5-7 then this is ideal.
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Publicado el 2 de noviembre de 2014
This is a decent game. Everyone who is knocking it is too old. It's clearly designed for youth who are fans of the cartoon. My young daughter really enjoys playing co-op together. It's basically like playing through a story arc of the Clone Wars cartoon with most major characters at least making a cameo appearance. You play as a variety of characters throughout the game, both clones and jedi vs. the shows primary villians - especially lots and lots and lots and lots of droid soldiers. That's pretty much like the show though, so no surprise there. You don't go around killing people like in The Force Unleashed, only droids.

Update: Beat the game on normal difficulty co-op with my younger daughter. Total time was about 11 hours, but we got less than half of the achievements, in game unlocks, etc. Overall, it's not that bad of a game.
If you are an adult fan of the Clone Wars cartoon, I recommend setting the difficulty to Jedi from the start to increase the challenge somewhat. Being designed for youths, you immediately continue with an unlimited number of lives from the exact spot you died while playing (only lose some points for buying unlocks), so there isn't much to worry about like getting stuck later in the game.

Additionally, we played co-op with X360 controllers, it's likely more comfortable playing this type of game that way than on a keyboard.
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