Lore-friendly & fun from start to finish // Recommended for Star Wars fans
+ Voice acting is mostly passable, with a few notable exceptions
+ Visuals, animations, and effects are decent for year of release, so it's hard to justify counting them against the game; they didn't necessarily age well, but certainly not to such a degree as to hold it back
+ Movement and platforming feels smooth and organic; this is particularly evident when 'force jumping'
+ Environmental puzzle elements are well-designed, and work well with the use of the player's core 'force abilities'
+ Dark side/ Light side orientation can be chosen, but isn't necessarily influenced by dialogue, as in many other titles
+ Audio design is ripped directly from the films, and does well to complement the final product
+ Melee and FPS transition works seamlessly; both are fun in their own right, and neither serves to detract from the game's enjoyment
+ Combat is both fun and engaging; this, clearly, was the primary focus of the developers, and the combat system is easily that which works best in the title
+ Secret areas are available, offering tangible rewards for one's mission
+ Controls are intuitive and adequately explained in the tutorial missions; however, there is seemingly no controller support to speak of
+ Plot is nothing sensational, but it measures up fairly well to the rest of the franchise, and doesn't divorce itself from the established nuances of the Star Wars universe
- Vehicle controls, notably turning, can prove a bit clunky in practice
- Enemy AI is positively atrocious
- Multiplayer appears to be completely dead and abandoned