Resumen: Recomendo à todos aqueles que curtem os filmes, e um bom jogo de tiro! O melhor jogo Star Wars na minha opinião, pois intercala a ação com fases espaciais, além de ser um clássico para o Nintendo 64 ao lado de 007 GoldenEye e Mario 64!
A favor: Enredo Perfeito;, Gráficos excelentes para a época que foi lançado e ser um jogo lançado junto com o Nintendo 64 (1996);, Clássico!, Som cativante e te leva ao universo Star Wars.
Contras: Lentidão em alguns momentos, atrapalha;, O personagem não faz uso do sabre de luz em nenhum momento... Não é Jedi... ;-(, O controle analógico do Nintendo 64 sofre com ele... rs.
Extracto: Surely I can't be the only one who thinks that this title is better than a 3 Star rating? Released in the late 90s on PC and N64, this game was mass promoted by Lucasarts as though it were a movie title. The game puts you in the shoes of smuggler Dash Rendar as he helps the Star Wars cast stop Black Sun head Prince Xizor from having Skywalker killed. The graphics are a rather mixed bag which can be blamed somewhat on the reduced pallet of the N64.
Extracto: One of the first releases on the Nintendo 64 was Shadows of The Empire. A Star Wars game set between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. I think the first kick in the nuts for Star Wars fans was that you didn't play as any of the major characters. Instead the player took control of a man called Dash Rendar (who?), apparently a smuggler delivering supplies to the Rebel Alliance. Seeing as the game was still Star Wars many gamers dived in to try it.
Extracto: The N64 game of 'Shadows of the Empire' - a multimedia project where the story takes place between 'The Empire Strikes Back' and 'Return of the Jedi' - is a mix of genres, with the player assuming the role of Dash Rendar. The opening snowspeeder level was seen to be a highlight of the game - to be able to trip an AT-AT with a harpoon and tow cable was like a dream come true for the Star Wars fan.