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Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force

Star Wars Trilogy:
Apprentice of the Force
Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force
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Developer(s) Ubisoft[1]
Publisher(s) Ubisoft[1]
Designer(s) Annick Dumais
Engine GBA version of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time[2]
Platform(s) Game Boy Advance
Release date(s)
  • NA September 21, 2004[1]
  • EU September 24, 2004[1]
Genre(s) Action, Platformer
Mode(s) Single-player

Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force is a game for Nintendo's Game Boy Advance that follows Luke Skywalker through Star Wars episodes IV to VI. It has advanced graphics by the standards of the Game Boy Advance, using 3-D images for the character models. A player who beats the game is given the option of replaying most of the ship and boss levels. It was released September 21, 2004, the same day that the 2004 DVD box sets were released,[3] and was developed and published by Ubisoft.

The gameplay has been compared to the Game Boy Advance version of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time in that the same side-scrolling engine is used, and that the player can slow down time temporarily.[2]

Contents

  • Bosses 1
  • Glitches 2
  • Reception 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Bosses

These are the bosses encountered in the game:

Glitches

  • There is a glitch where a lightsaber can be used early on in the events of Episode IV: After completing the game once, replay the Darth Vader duel on Cloud City. After it has ended, start another file, and then the lightsaber can be used. However, the player cannot switch back to a blaster, so this deters their progress on the Death Star level.

Reception

Reception
Aggregate scores
Aggregator Score
GameRankings 65.32%[4]
Metacritic 60/100[5]
Review scores
Publication Score
EGM 3/10[6]
Game Informer 6/10[7]
GameSpot 6.4/10[8]
GameSpy [9]
GameZone 7/10[10]
IGN 6.5/10[2]
NGC Magazine 61%[11]
Nintendo Power 3/5[12]
Nintendo World Report 6/10[13]

The game was met with average to mixed reception upon release; GameRankings gave it a score of 65.32%,[4] while Metacritic gave it 60 out of 100.[5]

References

  1. ^ a b c d Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force at GameFAQs
  2. ^ a b c Craig Harris (September 22, 2004). "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force".  
  3. ^ David Adams (September 22, 2004). "Star Wars Trilogy Ships". IGN. Retrieved August 25, 2014. 
  4. ^ a b "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force for Game Boy Advance".  
  5. ^ a b "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force for Game Boy Advance Reviews".  
  6. ^ EGM staff (December 2004). "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force".  
  7. ^ Matt Miller (October 2004). "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force".  
  8. ^ Frank Provo (September 23, 2004). "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force Review".  
  9. ^ Justin Leeper (October 20, 2004). "GameSpy: Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force".  
  10. ^ Louis Bedigian (November 4, 2004). "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force - GBA - Review".  
  11. ^ "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force".  
  12. ^ "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force".  
  13. ^ Jonathan Metts (October 11, 2004). "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force". Nintendo World Report. Retrieved August 25, 2014. 

External links

  • Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force at MobyGames
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