What do you get when you take a terrible movie, and make a portable game out of it? Apparently this crime against humanity.

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones is a video game based on the film. It was announced by THQ and LucasArts in early February 2002 that they would be releasing a game on Game Boy Advance based on the film that would be released that year.The game was met with generally negative reception. Reasons include its control issues, simple difficulty, poor level designs and dated password system. Game Informer gave it an abysmal 1 out of 10, calling it "the dark side of gaming." The game so far has a score of 38.87% from GameRankings and 38 out of 100 from Metacritic.
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Yup, this is a terrible game, by all standards. #Neveragain
The Phantom Menace is such a terrible movie that I didn't expect much of this game, but seriously? Was any effort put into designing this?

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace is an adventure video game released by LucasArts in 1999. It is based on the film of the same title. The plot closely follows that of the film, although it expands on some minor events that could have been silenced or cut from the film, or shows them from a different character's point of view. For example, it follows Queen Amidala and Captain Panaka's adventure on Coruscant during Anakin Skywalker's interview in the Jedi Temple - something that is never shown or mentioned in the film since the film follows Anakin's point of view.