A Decent Platformer
Obi-Wan is a fun (but not really fun) game. You pass through different levels and complete chapters, It contains a training game, and also has a multiplayer jedi arena (for you and a friend to duel off)
With Obi-Wan's lightsaber you can mow down enemies which can be fun or use your force powers when you grow tired of that.
The combat has the interesting touch of allowing you to control your lightsaber with the right analog stick, giving you a wide range of control with the saber.Unfortunately, this leaves you with no analog stick for camera control, which will probably at one point or another cause problems for you.
You have multiple medals to earn during your levels in campaign. This makes the game more challenging and rewarding.
The Jedi Arena could have been better. I still like to duel friends on it but it needs more maps, also, a Xbox Live service would have been nice so we can challenge tons of people and show off our skills. Since only 2 people can duel.
On top, It could use a few more characters.
The Graphics are a downside, not fantastic, they dont look that good. But can still cut the line for me.
Another Downside is the lack of interactive elements. Some kind of thing to entertain you while mowing down enemies would be nice. But sadly, there isnt. Although you can find some interactive elements once in a while. But Obi-Wan fails at that point.
Overall Obi-Wan is a A Decent Platformer and if your at a used CD store and find it for a nice, cheap price then you might find it to be worth the money.