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Star Wars: Battlefront 2

Released on 31 October 2005

3.0 out of 5 (6 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Star Wars Battlefront II takes the best-selling Star Wars video game of all time one Imperial-walker step forward with all-new space combat, playable Jedi, and never-before-seen environments straight out of the Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith movie. Fans of the original Star Wars Battlefront will also enjoy an all-new single-player experience that takes players through an epic, story-based saga where every action the player takes impacts the battlefront and, ultimately, the fate of the Star Wars galaxy.
Star Wars Battlefront II improves upon the original game's single-player experience with open-ended, mission-based objectives inspired from all six Star Wars films. The compelling storyline spans more than 16 new locations, many from the Episode III movie, including volcanic Mustafar and the space battle above Coruscant. All-new classic movie moments complete the Star Wars Battlefront II experience, as players battle within the interior of the Death Star and visit Princess Leia's blockade runner, the Tantive IV, as seen at the beginning of Episode IV A New Hope. In addition, at certain key moments within the battles, players can earn the opportunity to wield a lightsaber and use the Force as a Jedi.
For the first time ever, Star Wars Battlefront II players can engage in space combat and, during the same battle, board enemy ships to attack from within. Starting on foot inside a capital ship, players can enter the starcraft of their choice and travel into space to dogfight with the rival faction. From there, they can dock within the enemy's capital ship, overtake the ship's command posts, man its turrets to disable its shields and destroy it from within! Or, they can simply stay inside their own capital ship and defend it from attacks and enemy fire. The choice is theirs.
The stellar online play that marked the original Battlefront returns even bigger and better for Star Wars Battlefront II (64 players!).
  • Revamped single-player experience includes smarter AI enemies and allies, plus a greater emphasis on story told through open-ended mission-based objectives.
  • New space battles allow you to dogfight in X-wings, TIE fighters, Jedi starfighters and several other starcraft, or fight it out on foot aboard an enemy capital ship.
  • Special opportunities throughout the game for players to earn the ability to wield a lightsaber and use their favorite Force powers as a Jedi.
  • More than 20 new battlefronts on land and in space, including many from Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith such as Utapau, Mustafar and the space battle above Coruscant.
  • All-new classic trilogy locations including the Death Star interior, classic space battles and the fight aboard the Tantive IV, Princess Leia's blockade runner seen at the beginning of Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.
  • Five classes, one additional bonus class and specialized hero characters for each of the four factions: Rebels, Imperials, CIS and Clone Troopers.
  • More than 30 diverse ground and air vehicles, including many from Episode III such as the clone BARC speeder, new Jedi starfighter and V-wing.
  • Three single-player modes including Instant Action, an improved Galactic Conquest and the story-based Campaign mode.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (6 reviews)

 A worthy addition

| | See all Dalexx's reviews (8)

As mentioned, though nothing really new the game does expand on the first by including a campaign option with a well thought out narrative that sees things from the viewpoint of the clonetrooper then later stormtrooper.

The main difference is the force numbers, gone is the constant countdown of friendly and enemy forces, for the most part, replaces by key objectives that determine the success of a mission.

As for the space combat element its pretty basic and not very challenging.

My biggest complaint is the sheer stupidity of your fellow troopers, the AI is awful and your men run about catching blaster fire while its up to you alone to reach the objectives. This is even more annoying when you desperatley need backup to capture or hold an objective and none of your men are anywhere near you. Enemy forces casually walk through your troops without even a raised hand against them.

Overall if you liked the first then you wont be disapointed with this


| | See all DforDilemma's reviews (1)

If you own a PC with a dual core processor, do not buy this game. It was not optimized for dual core processors even though they were available at the time of its release. I can only run the game by disabling the sound which is a damaging blow to the overall enjoyment of this game. Lucasarts has only released one patch for Battlefront II, and that was over a year ago, which did not solve the dual core crash fix. Lucasarts have been absolutely useless in their attempts to resolve these problems and it seems they no longer care. Instead it's been left to the customers who bought this, to figure it out for themselves. This is a faulty product as far as I'm concerned, and really it should be taken off the market.
I'm not exactly sure how it will perform on other computers, but I've been through every forum relating to this topic, and a lot of people were having the same problem as me. There is no solution to this. If you buy this game, and find that it's not working properly, then it's your own fault.

 Campaign and skirmishes are amazing. Brilliant Game

| | See all Sionedw's reviews (12)

This game is amazing there is nothing wrong with it except for no space ships on land(except for snowspeeder) this game is brilliant, Galatic Conquest, skirmish and Campaign all amazing.

 A fairly good game

| | See all Av0011's reviews (3)

Now first thing i must say is the comments about the fellow troopers not helping you is not entirely ture as you can actually command a small group of units. and plus if you come in enemy contact, your troops that are under your command will break off and attack the enemy. this is a part of tthe game i liked, also the space battles are i admit fairly easy once you get the hang of it, but the point of a game that does this is for you to challenge your self, so set the difficuly to high and do other things like set the enemy unit count to be higher than yours etc. overall appart from no ships on land battles (appart from on hoth) this game is a pretty good sequel and hopefully if another sequel comes out then that should be much much better.

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