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. 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 Battlefront II experience, as players battle within the interior of the Death Star and visit Princess Leia's blockade ... Written by
1 November 2005 (USA)
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While playing in Conquest Mode as Han Solo, you can occasionally hear one of the Imperial Troopers say, "Hey! Solo shot first! That's not fair!" while Han is killing other troopers. This is a reference to a difference between the Special Edition version of Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
(1977) and the original version. Specifically, the scene where Greedo confronts Han in the Mos Eisley cantina was edited, featuring a laser bolt from Greedo's weapon that barely misses Han's head just before Han kills Greedo. In the original version, Han did indeed shoot first, killing Greedo before Greedo had a chance to shoot (the in-game remark about unfairness presumably referring to the fact that, in the Special Edition movie version, Han clearly killed in self-defense, while the killing of Greedo in the original version was a more questionable use of pre-emptive self-defense). See more
The clone troopers hold weapons in their right hand (with their left to steady two-handed weapons), meaning they are right handed, but on the cover of the game case, the trooper has the gun in his left hand. If all of the troopers were cloned from Jango Fett, they would all be right handed. See more
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Referenced in Troldspejlet: Episode #41.3