Not worth the £32.
The visuals of this game are an accurate presentation of the movie and the television series. Only complaint I have about visuals is the lack of anti-aliasing, because a lot of objects - or characters - that are far away from the screen tend to be slightly distorted.
The sound effects in this game are not exactly mind-blowing, but then again, your too focused on fighting you enemy that you don't really notice it (I'll talk more about that later).
The soundtrack is surprisingly bad. One of the best things about the Star Wars movies and most of the games was the soundtrack. But this game falls at this simple hurdle - I say simple because they could have taken some of the tracks from the movies and implemented them.
Just like the movies! Well, not quite. Same voice actors, same quality of sound, but lip-sync is non-existent. If anyone has seen a Japanese Anime in English, they will know what I'm talking about. But for those who don't; basically the mouth only moves up and down like a hand-puppet.
Player movement is quite hard to get used to. This is because there are two ways to control your movement; the first is the Left Analogue stick, just standard movement; the second is the Right Analogue stick, which you used to move and shoot. On top of that, you have to press a separate button to activate strafing. This is all very annoying to get used to.
The combat system is terrible! The move and shoot makes it hard to hit your target, even if you managed to activate strafing. This is because there are no ways of targeting an individual enemy - unless when throwing a grenade, which the enemy A.I. won't dive out-of-the-way of.
Fighting as a Jedi is a little less clumsy. However, the blocking system is horrid as it plants you in one position, so I often found myself charging in all the time.