Angry Birds Star Wars on the PlayStation 4 adds further interest and fun to the very basic yet immensely enjoyable game. While it is still not yet become stale out of favor. good things do not necessarily last forever, and eventually the idea will lose its appeal to the masses.
- Exient Entertainment
- November 15, 2013
- Angry Birds
Required Disk Space:
- 1535MB Minimum
- DualShock 4
Supported Video Output:
Angry Birds Star Wars is a hybrid of Angry Birds and Angry Birds Space and is played out in standard Angry Bird territory and in space.
The game begins on Tattoine the fictional home of Luke Skywalker before moving on to the Death Star, Hoth and eventually to Dagobath before concluding in Cloud city.
Some of the cast in no particular order include:
All the birds except Bluebird have extra powers in this game but some of these are only attained through upgrades as the game progresses. These upgrades, once achieved can be used retrospectively to replay earlier levels. In this version birds retain their chosen abilities even after a collision with an object.
Rewards are earned for gaining a certain number of Stars. The rewards such as 5 Millennium Falcons usable on ordinary levels of the game or access to Golden Droid levels of which there are nine and which become available are more stars are collected. Hitting particular droids found around various levels results in the opening up of eight more bonus levels.
There are six worlds on most of the platforms these being Tatooine, Death Star, Hoth, Cloud City, Boba Fett Missions, Path of the Jedi and the Golden Droid bonus levels. Unlocking the Path of the Jedi world can be achieved by getting three Stars on all of the Tatooine and Death Star levels and to obtain Boba Fett Missions you must obtain five jet packs which are to be found in various locations throughout.
The game adds further interest and fun to the very basic yet immensely enjoyable game. While it is still not yet become stale out of favor, good things do not necessarily last forever, and eventually the idea will lose its appeal to the masses.