Star Wars: Obi-Wan

Star Wars: Obi-Wan

released on Dec 21, 2001

Star Wars: Obi-Wan

released on Dec 21, 2001

Join the legendary Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi as he takes on the worst scum and villainy the galaxy has to offer in level after level of fast-paced action. In Star Wars: Obi-Wan, you'll call upon the Force and your powerful lightsaber as you face a mysterious new enemy, an assassin droid project and a devious plot that could dramatically shift the balance of power in the universe. Fight your way through an underworld trail of munitions dealers and crime lords-from the lowest depths of Coruscant and dusty Tatooine to the lush city of Theed. The Force is in your hands.


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I have to be one of the only few people in the world that has played this game to death. As a result I have a Guinness World Record for fastest completion of this game.

Here’s the thing: I’ve seen this game appear in a lot of people’s ‘Worst Star Wars Games of All Time’ lists. Yes, this game is incredibly flawed; the voice acting is awful, the graphics are very basic, the controls can be hit or miss most of the time especially the camera and there’s no sense of progression. Not to mention the game has two separate plots going on, one of which it puzzlingly abandons half way through the game.

Having said all that, I really enjoy this game. For the most part, there are no game breaking bugs or glitches. The controls all work for their intended purpose, there’s a lot of combat moves not a lot of people know about and as someone who used to speedrun this game, I find the levels somewhat fun to explore and mess around in.

Personally, I’ve always found the combat somewhat satisfying. It’s not groundbreaking or revolutionary, it’s certainly no Jedi Academy when it comes to lightsaber combat, but it gets the job done. I actually think this is one of the few Star Wars games that has implemented blaster deflection really well.

For me it’s underrated and certainly not worthy of being in any top 10 worst Star Wars games lists.

Fun. Action. Lightsaber with a unique way of swinging around! Just repetitive Om every stage after stage.

Pretty mediocre, but has one killer feature - you can run around in third person and kill stuff with a lightsaber. That surprisingly is enough to carry this game, it really is fun swinging your sword wildly through waves and waves of Battledroids, Tusken Raiders, and other enemies from the Star Wars universe. It's also really satisfying to use the force to ricochet laser bolts back at whoever is shooting at you, jump really high, force push objects into enemies and even disarm them by pulling their guns from their hands. The final battle is a pretty decent recreation of the Duel of Fates too, complete with the iconic music and Darth Maul. In the end, it was a nice lead up to the TV series that can't get here fast enough.

I wanted this game to be so good but it controls so poorly and just wasn't fun.

This could have been a game, but its just a hallway simulator half the time, and a the other half is naboo. Game is brain dead easy so thats cool.

Its also really funny they don't mention anakin at all, then the last cutscene just has this short little freakazoid in the corner and you are like "what the fuck is that."