Star Wars Battlefront 1 Review

Posted: March 19, 2012 in Reviews
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We got this computer game a long time ago, and it is quite ancient. At first, we played it pretty much, but then we got some other games and stopped playing it so much (we only played it when we could, which wasn’t too often). Then we went into a stage where we didn’t play almost at all. Then a while ago, we started playing, and remembered that it’s really fun. Star Wars Battlefront is a game with maps from Star Wars movies, and it has quite a lot of maps. You can be the empire, CIS, republic, or the rebels ( I don’t know if you’ve watched the movies, because I haven’t, but those are just people in the movies). The game is REALLY fun and I would rate it a 10 and so would Dink. The online version is also fun. I’m pretty sure stores don’t sell it anymore because it’s about 8 years old, and if you want to buy it, I’m not sure where you can find it.

by John

Comments
  1. Noname says:

    Where did you play online recently? I never see any servers.

    • Hello! In the main menu, click multiplayer. Once you’re there, click internet, because I don’t think anyone plays on LAN or direct connection. It will probably ask something about creating a Gamespy profile. It’s your choice whether you want to or not. It might also say something about logging in. There should be an option that says “enter without logging in” or something. Again, it’s your choice if you want to or not. (We don’t)
      After you go through all that, it will say JOIN and CREATE. Join means join an existing server and create means make a server that other people can join. You should probably make there be no AI players. You go to Change Server Options while creating a server and you can get rid of AI there. Most people who play online don’t like AI and they also like team damage to be off.
      If there are no servers, it might mean you have to switch something with the online options. back in main menu, you will see an “options” choice. Go there and then go to “online options. The default is 20 ticks per second. Switch it to 30 ticks per second by pressing it with your left mouse key. Also, your hosting bandwidth will probably be 128k. I have no idea what this means, but click it and keep on clicking it until it say “IM+.” That means that when you make a server more people can join. Then press accept. Go back to multiplayer and press “join”. Then see if anybody is on. If nobody is, it just means nobody is playing at the moment. You can refresh it, or just wait until later to check if anybody is on. Sometimes nobody is on and then we usually make a server or play on single player. Hope this helps!
      By the way, what is your account name? I wonder if we’ve ever seen you.
      ~John and Dink~

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