Looks better than the first, I'll say that much. Not sure why it's so much trouble for a juggernaut like LucasArts to make a decent action game on DS, but man, they've been slow to the punch. I'll certainly try it.
I am only going to assume they did nothing to work on making a real video game and is really just going to be another piece of shit, that everyone will be laugh about later and then just abandon.
Also I am going to assme, just like the first DS version of this game it's going to avoid all the pretty buttons it should use and try and throw in some annoying shitty touch screen controls that never can tell a jump from a slash.
Played this for an hour, its better than the first one, definately. However, I dont really like that you only got like 4 force powers that you are supposed to use at different parts. Takes time to change the force power you want, but still. Id say this is an Ok game, atleast for killing some time.
Yeah, definitely way better than the first. Lots of cool stuff here, especially the way you can chain the force powers together with basic attack combos. That being said, the controls aren't great. I'm usually perfectly fine with touch-screen controls, but the set-up isn't a good match for the demands of the platforming. It's very clumsy. They should have opted for all touch screen, a la PoP DS, or just stuck with button control. This plays a lot like the first Kung Fu Panda for DS in terms of controls, and it's frustrating at times. I'd be lying, though, if I said I wasn't having fun with the game so far.
While I know you mean in case of someone confusing schooling establishment from shooting establishment (many of the same letters) I am still going to read that as lockdown (also known as lock in) for a pub
being drunk in school was either because drunk on playing field or could not be arsed with one particular Thursday afternoon so went and had some beers and played some games instead before returning for an ill advised last lesson/period