It's great that you can run and gun without too much squad-commanding hassle, but SW:RC's simplicity is its biggest problem. Gamers hoping to give their brain a workout will be disappointed - the tactical options are rudimentary and the weapon selection is poor. Certain enemies take hundreds of blaster shots to kill, while other levels feature endlessly regenerating baddies. But when everything clicks - when you've got the perfect crossfire set up or your plan goes exactly right - you feel like you're the toughest mothers in the universe. And that's what makes SW:RC worth playing.