Free Shipping on all Orders over $25
90 Day
Return Policy
Free Shipping on all Orders over $25
90 Day Return Policy
Super Star Wars
Super Star Wars Thumbnail
Super Star Wars Image 2
Super Star Wars Image 3
Lukie Points
10 Lukie Points will be rewarded to you when you buy this.

Super Star Wars

Average Rating
(14 Customer Reviews)
 |  Write a Review
14 5 15

Includes:

Cartridge Only
Price: $29.99
On Sale:$10.34
In Stock - Ships within 24 hours
Lukie Points
10 Lukie Points will be rewarded to you when you buy this.

Description

Super Star Wars SNES Super Nintendo Game Cartridge Cleaned Tested and Guaranteed to Work!

Join Luke, Han and Chewbacca in their fierce war against the evil Empire. Battle treacherous aliens. Pilot two vehicles in high-speed, first-person, 3-D sequences. Fight your way through the wastelands of Tatooine to the hostile streets of Mos Eisley and beyond. So grab your blaster, strap on your lightsaber, and take on the fight for galactic freedom!

Product Details

UPC:

045496830601

Condition:

Used

Genre:

Action & Adventure

Platform:

Super Nintendo

Region:

NTSC (N. America)

ESRB:

Everyone

Part Number:

SNES_SUPER_STAR_WARS

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
YOU ARE NOT A JEDI YET !
Only until you have beat this game. Mostly just to have in it one's collection this game is still worth it. Not for the ending that is sadly disappointing. Just so you can be trained up for Super Empire Strikes Back. I could spend all day shooting Jawa's and flying the in the speeder.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from NC on
5
5 Stars
they nailed it
oh they nailed this time they give me a great copy of this game i remember when i had this when i was a kid and now they give me the chance to have this again thank you lukie games.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from usa on
5
5 Stars
Super Star Wars
Excellent game and follows alot of the actual movie. Cartridge in mint condition.
Reviewed by: from Friendswood on
5
5 Stars
soup star wars
overall, fun game. getting into specifics and there are a lot of things to talk about. i don't know if you get a lightsaber in this game at all, but you rock a blaster and it can be upgraded (until you lose a life)... it's a swap kind of upgrade system so you'll have to play around with things first before you get the hang of what's happening (extra credit if you kill all the green things on the first level). i really did not get far in my playthrough yet, maybe to level 3, but i can tell you that you'll be thrust into action from the very start. i remember turning the game on, i just entered the level and before i knew it i wasn't questioning "what's shoot" or "where's my lightsaber", i was frantically questioning where the attack button was. i don't think these things are too difficult to figure out. there are 4 face buttons and one of them jumps while another shoots, you got a 50/50 of finding out something with your first button press. secondly i saw a guy complaining about the "super jump" if that's what it's called, you hold up and jump then you'll be spinning in the air as well as jumping higher... you don't need this until the second stage so there's the assumption that somewhere in the first stage you'll notice the spin and try to recreate it. my real main issue with this game is when you hit down and shoot. 2 things can come of this, either you'll aim diagonally down and shoot or you'll crouch and shoot forward but on a lower level (i try bypassing this by jumping first if i need to aim diagonally down). so with a slight bit of confusing controls, no save points, but a really fun time i give this game 4 out of 5, 8.2 out of 10
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Outer, Space on
5
4 Stars
Decent Game, But Awkward Jumping Controls...
Taking this game for what it is, i have to say it's a pretty good installment on the SNES. Gameplay is fun and challenging, and the graphics are bright and stylish, exactly what you'd expect in a game from this time. However, the one glaring issue i've come across is the jump control. Regular jumping is fine since you tap the B button (simple enough), but eventually you come to certain areas in the game that require a "super-jump". My first time playing this, i exhausted nearly every button combination until i found out that to super-jump, you hit up and B. This is pretty crappy because if you're trying to jump up to a platform that's off to the side, hitting up on the D-pad makes it way harder than it should be to steer yourself in the direction of the platform. It takes a long time to get used to and ideally they should have just made it a double-tap on the B button. This isn't the case though and it provides an unnecessary obstacle when trying to navigate through the game. Overall, a good game, but you really gotta get used to the controls.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Michigan on
4
4 Stars
A true gem for the self-castigating
This game is wonderful. It's incredibly fun, and contains a lot of bright and sparkly visuals to ogle as you play. By the end of your first hour of game time, you will have become well acquainted with every pixel...of the first level. It's that difficult. Not all of the difficulty come from enemy challenge, either. I spent well over twenty minutes trying to nail a jump on the third bit (the sand crawler stage). It may have been simply my controller, but I doubt it. The controls feel sluggish, VERY sluggish, and Luke handles less like a master jedi and more like an obese fanboy that grabbed a lightsaber, headed out to the nearest dessert, and started flailing wildly. Ultimately, this game offers challenge in many ways (some less fair than others), but it's definitely a recommended buy if you like a challenge.
Reviewed by: from Charlotte, NC on
4
5 Stars
Holy crap!
This game is super punishing, even on the easiest difficulty setting in the options menu. This game will make you hate Jawas! But super worth it, playing this game brought back tons of memories from my childhood. Very much recommended for Star Wars fans everywhere!
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Salt Lake, Utah on
5
5 Stars
Super Star Wars
Awesome game but hard..Worth buying
Reviewed by: from Northern WI on
5
5 Stars
No Saves, No passwords, No mercy!!!
I remember playing this game with my friends when i was 8 years old... I could not even beat the first level... fast forward 15 years and I finally conquered it! what a feeling of success, what an awesome game!
Reviewed by: from Ontario, Canada on
5
4 Stars
Long, Long Ago....
There actually existed a amazing Star Wars game! THIS was the kind of game I was looking for. Platforming Star Wars is my find of game. Though it may be a bit difficult, just use the force.
Reviewed by: from Los Angeles, CA on
4
4 Stars
SNES Super Star Wars
Great fun and a surprising bit of challenge from a side action game. Game function has been flawless. Buy with confidence.
Reviewed by: from Roxboro, NC on
4
5 Stars
Hard but alot of fun
This is a great game. It follows the movie well, the graphics are awesome, the music is good, the gameplay is fun and addicting, and this is a very very very hard game. What more can you ask for?
Reviewed by: from Schaumburg on
5
5 Stars
Way better than the NES incarnation.
And come to think of it I don't even think they finished the NES Star Wars series. But I first played this game courtesy of a friend of mine years ago and loved it. THough it's not completely faithful to the movie (in fact the first boss, the Saarlak pit monster, makes his appearance two films early), but it's lots of fun for all that. The sound effects aren't spot on but they're close enough to make you feel like they were trying to be true to the film. THough it featres perhaps fewer voice clips from the movies (mostl the Jawas' classic cry of Hutini!), what clips there are are appropriate. Even Darth Vader's ominous breathing is featured. The music is of course right out of the movie, complete with the classic intro and the ending theme from when Luke, Han and company receive their medals for their heroic actions. In fact think the only oriinal tune, and even that's still derived from the music in the movie, is the theme for when you lose a life. Control wise the controls are pretty simple, though there is naturally a different control scheme depending on when you're piloting a vehicle, which you will do several times. Generally they seem nice and responsive, which is good because these games are far from walks in the park. If you're looking for a nice, challenging game you might do well to try your hand at Super Star Wars and its sequel.
Reviewed by: from Twin Falls on
5
5 Stars
Amazing - but staggeringly difficult!
The Nes & Super Nes had a series of Star Wars games based on the original trilogy, and I must say - they are fantastic. Super Star Wars is one of those rare examples of a movie-franchise game that is not only playable- but downright awesome. That being said, the game is brutal. Enemies come at you in a constant onslaught from the very beginning and the game never lets up. The controls are responsive, the graphics are above-average and it is still one of the best movie-franchise games ever.
Reviewed by: from Texas on
5

Recently Viewed Items