- Reviews 13
It adds a lot of new things and changes game mechanics for the better: less grinding and easier to get into for new players.
Star Wars just works, it doesn't matter if it's yogurt or a short action game that offers nothing new except the Star Wars setting.
It's a piece of software art and probably filled with more love than grandma's apple pie. A must have.
It's just as fascinating as it was in 1997, but technically it could have been a much better port.
The story plays with clichés just to surprise you with something totally unexpected.
It's a nice casual action-adventure, but its age clearly shows. Ten-year-old game mechanics with upgraded graphics.
Even simple quests cause a chain reaction of new incidents and it's possible to see how the player affects Tamriel. But if you expect something like Skyrim with coop-mode you still have to wait for another game.
That's how remakes should be done. If you never played it before, even the price is right for more than 80 hours of playtime.
It's a nice and solid game but lacks many features. Clearly not the "next generation" of golf games.
I like the style and the setting. Having to frequently run around to find pieces of the story can be annoying, but the fascinating and touching story kept me playing.