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"Most frustrating, however, is the near top-down camera angle you are stuck with. It makes scouting ahead impossible and some of the open desert levels on Tatooine seriously disorienting. Ceilings are transparent, but it's easy to get stuck beneath a ledge or overhang; during some key battles, my character actually slipped offscreen a few times."
"To give you some idea of the number of characters who will be involved in the game, the press department weren't exaggerating when they said 'hundreds.' In fact, there are closer to two hundred unique character models in the game, covering a wide range of character designs. Your encounters with this diverse horde of friends and foes will be made all the more interesting by the inclusion of an adventure game-style conversation interface. The pull-box system is once again employed here, although the conversation is never particularly deep as LucasArts stress that it isn't a key element of the game. There are reported to be about 4,000 plus lines of spoken dialogue and some, although not yet all, of the cast have agreed to lend their voices to the game's soundtrack. The conversations themselves are not just a diverting side track; they do have a genuine effect on how the game is played and can open up the route to get to a sub-quest or an alternative way to complete your level or even allow you to get your hands on a new weapon or item for your inventory."
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