At first I was like... "xD thats a name of a game?!?!?"
Now I'm like...ahhh...
I don't think I'd pay for it...looks intersting though.
I saw this ages ago and was about to buy one when I read a review and then did some investigation. The actual lightsaber is apparently very small (1/2 arms length) and as such to play you have to be right in front of the TV. Don't know forr sure if this is true but I can't afford to pay for something which is like that. If a full sized version comes out I'll be the first to buy it though as it looks rather cool. Clicking a mouse just isn't the same as actualy doing the moves, harder but cooler and generally better.
We bought one for our seven year old, for Christmas 2005. You can probably find them for less than $50, but you might have to shop around a little bit.
Is it worth $50. Probably not!
You have to have a really good set up to get the thing to work absolutely perfect, which in some scenarios, is exactly what you need! The following may not be exactly correct, because I don't have the directions with me, but the 'eye' needs to be at a certain level, in front of your tv (I want to say chest level), so if you have different people playing it might be kind of weird to play. I had to build a cabinet for the TV and the 'eye' of this game, so they would be at the correct height for him, but then they are too low for me, so when he gets stuck, it is harder for me to do, because I'm about two feet taller than him.
If you really want one, I'd wait as long as possible, and you might be able to get one for $20 in a couple of months!!