The game was initially supposed to come out in May, but the release got pushed back indefinitely. Now it’s here for $ 14.99.
Most Star Wars games around the turn of the millennium were awkward attempts to shoehorn the license into various genres. The movie scene that felt like it only ever existed to sell a video game in the first place.
brokenneck speed and wide, well-designed tracks are broadly comparable to F-Zero. There’s a twist where you need to keep an eye on the condition of your individual pods and slow down to repair them when they’ve taken too much damage.
The game’s menu system has been revamped for modern screens. The sound quality is really scratchy, but it’s not as distracting through the switch’s speakers.