The game does indeed look like it's for the PS2 in the graphics departmemt, but that's because this was originally created for the PS2 and just edited to run on the newer PS3s that can't read the format of PS2 games discs and play them. So it wasn't remade, just reformatted. The game lacks direction at times and does make it difficult finding which way to go, and some of the tasks given can be frustrating, but the endless retries will only make you feel all the more accomplished when you beat them. All in all, the game could use some improvements, or a sequel, maybe even a remake, but isn't 'terrible'.
Be prepared for some of the worst platforming in video game history. This is every modern gamer's worst nightmare, a 3-D platformer with no camera control. The game tries to emulate a jumping control similar to the Infamous games where the character will automatically go to the nearest platform. The problem lies in the fact that the game will sometimes turn this feature off and on like a light switch. Sometimes you have to double jump to make the platform, sometimes you have to single jump, and sometimes neither one will allow you to make the jump perfect. This tends to make half of the game very frustrating at times. Thankfully, you have unlimited lives so it's really just a matter of time before you make the jump. Now the horrible platforming sections are only on the Jedi levels. You won't encounter any platforming during the levels where you play as the Clone troopers. These levels tend to be a bit more fun and are the only reason I gave it a 4 instead of a 1. These levels tend to mostly be cover based shooters. Despite the complaints listed above I would still recommend this game somewhat . . . only to hardcore Star Wars fans who may be curious about it. With unlimited lives, the game can still be beat in spite of all the frustrations. Definitely not worth an actual buy, but maybe a rent.