Shadows of the Empire
There's like six weapons to get in the game, varying in gimmicks and power and all that nonsense, but none can compare to the almighty Seeker. What makes them so good that they're the best there is?
2) CINEMATIC CAMERA
A lot of games include such a feature in them nowadays, most notably the Grand Theft Auto series, but Shadows of the Empire does it best. Why? Bias. And also because it can be used to lighten up even the most tedious of activities.
Such as walking down a hallway or jumping to precarious platforms with certain death sitting right below you! And how it'll more than likely let you walk into a machine gun settlement or off a cliff!
Sadly, the cinematic
camera doesn't allow you to pull a Han Solo and make a brisk getaway from such a
situation while screaming and shooting at people. The most Dash says is UNH, and
that requires him to get shot, which is no good.
3) DASH RANDOR'S ATHLETIC JUMPING
Despite being the hero of the game and nefarious villain to Motorbike Man, Dash Randor controls like a busted mattress. He jogs at a snail's pace, his traction is slippery on all territory and even his aim is less than stellar (unless you're using the totally rad-dad Seekers). This makes him vastly inferior to his Super Star Wars counterparts who can shoot upwards without even looking up and pull off like quadruple jumps and the like, but considering this instalment isn't titled Super Shadows of the Empire then I suppose that allows him to get away with it.
They're big blocky things and scared the dickens out of me years ago, and they'll club each other to death if they encounter themselves before turning their attention to you.
In fact, if any
enemy is in their way they'll club them to death before going after you, and you
can even get them to be your friends by getting all the silly collectibles and
completing the game on the hardest difficulty. Or doing a code. That's wild!
Screw the Rebel Alliance or whoever, Wampas are your best buddies.
I was going to start this paragraph with "there's only three Star Wars creatures everyone remembers: Wampas, Tauntauns and Dianogas," but then I kind of forgot about Jawas, Gungans, Wookiees and whatever the guy who hung out with Lando in Return of the Jedi was, so let's start again.