Once the game is completed, two new missions appear. One is an alternate ending to the Mustafar duel where the player controls Anakin instead of Obi-Wan. The other is a bonus mission that takes place years later on the 1st Death Star with the player controlling Darth Vader to defeat Obi-Wan Kenobi. See more »
I bought an XBox just so I could buy the game and play it. When I did, I was very pleased. I was online and I ran into a site about it that was so enticing, I had to get it. The only thing was I played it so often when I first got it, I beat it in about 3 days. I kind of miss playing it but now that everything's done, the incentive to do so is gone. So if you're going to buy this game, I suggest that you try not to burn it out with your enthusiasm.
There was something else that was a little disappointing about it. I had expected at least Hayden Christensen's and Ewan McGregor's voices to be featured in the game as themselves. Many of the LOTR cast did for "The Two Towers" and "The Return of the King" games I have for Gamecube. However, the voices that were cast as them were convincing for a while.
It's not as bad as I've read in other reviews. If you want a game based on a movie, you want it as closely related to it as possible and this game's the closest you'll get to "Revenge of the Sith" before its DVD release.
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