A bangup conclusion
I was sad to see the SNES saga come to an end, but of course it had to. The final installment is just as good, and incredibly challenging i might add, as its predecessors. Now, Luke, Chewbacca and Leia must rescue Han Solo from the clutches of the vile Jaba the Hutt. Even if they succeed, however, they must then prepare for the final battle with te Empire, a confrontation that will decide the fate of the galaxy. Luke Skywalker, Jedi apprentice, must also face his own trials, for Darth Vader, aided now by the Emperor himself, seeks to tur the young man to the dark side of the force.
Gameplay wise it's muuch te same as the prior games, the main diffeence tat dring non veicle stages you will often have the option of choosing from several different characters to play with, even including Wicket the Ewok. Each character has their own weaknesses as well as their own set of special abilities. Luke, of course, now has his full set of force powers as well as his Lightsaber.
Sound wise the SFX are in large part the same as the prior games. There area small number of voice clips, mainly a few quotes from Admiral Akbar and the Emperor's laugh. The music, again directly from the movie, is extremely well presented here.
All in all this game is a fine conclusion to the Star Wars saga. Allt ree are incredibly tough but I like the challenge. It beats many of today's games by a long shot.
Reviewed by: Bryan Peterson from Twin Falls, Idaho on 12/3/2011