No voice acting, and the same few tracks repeated throughout the game, means the audio leaves a lot to be desired.
The visual design varies based on where you’re fighting, and at its best looks quite nice, but the game doesn’t get anywhere near to capturing the wonderful visual style of the film or TV series.
The battles are perfectly serviceable morsels of strategy, but the depth of the systems doesn’t match up to the simplicity of the missions.
Slimline storytelling through text boxes and comic pages, no voice acting to make characters interesting, and repetitive missions lead to a game that isn’t all that fun to play.
The achievement list is a fairly standard affair - you’ll unlock most of them as you progress through the game, and one requires you to play through again on New Game Plus. Whether you’ll want to is another question.