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Play as the foot soldier of the galaxy's greatest factions and wage war across countless planets.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Luke Skywalker (voice)
Christina Rumbley ...
Female Alliance Infantry (voice)
Count Dooku / Imperial Officer #2 / Ki Adi Mundi (voice)
Republic Infantry (voice) (as Dave Boat)
Confederate Infantry - Battledroid / Confederate Officer - Battledroid / Droid Alarm (voice)
Denny Delk ...
Training Officer (voice)
Obi Wan Kenobi (voice)
General Veers / Imperial Officer #1 / Sadistic Moff (voice)
Jonathan David Cook ...
Republic Officer #2 / Royal Guard (voice) (as Jonathan Cook)
Joyce Kurtz ...
Princess Leia (voice)
Mat Lucas ...
Aayla Secura (voice) (as Ally Rachel Reenstra)


Play as a member of the Clone 501st Legion, the most elite clone trooper attack group, also known as Vader's Fist, and led by Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, over the course of the start, the middle, and the end of the Clone Wars, Operation Knightfall, and the key battles of the Galactic Civil War. Written by romanwarrior2

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1 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Star Wars - Battlefront 2  »

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General Veers is voiced by Jamie Glover, son of Julian Glover, who played the part in Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980). See more »


In the cut scene before the Felucia: Heart of Darkness level, Aayla Secura has a blue and a purple lightsaber, but during gameplay, she has a blue and green lightsaber. See more »


Master Yoda: [Upon spawning] Yoda I am, fight I will.
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Spun-off from Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) See more »

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Inferior to the original
3 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

The original Starwars Battlefront rocked. This sequel plays similarly and is graphically just as good but the overall package is inferior.

First off, those cool 3D wire frame 'hologram' menus from the first game are no more and have been replaced by lame DVD-esquire background footage from the movies.

More importantly the Galactic Conquest mode is over complicated and the Galaxy map makes it hard to work out what's going on. You can't just pick any enemy planet to attack as before; now you have to move there in turns like in some lame board game.

You also have to buy unit classes before you can play as them rather than having a full set from the start which really annoyed me. To make me even angrier you could only play as a certain class (that you just bought) once you own a certain amount of command posts! If a battle isn't going your way it's difficulty is compounded by the fact you can't strategically play as a unit that may help you turn the tide because you don't control enough of the map.

The split-screen mode is what destroyed this game for me. I burnt hours playing the first game with friends but now the vertical split down the centre of the screen is gone and has been replaced with the terrible top and bottom split. It's like looking through a letterbox! It looks rubbish! Why they have done this I don't know. They could at least add the option of changing. Very lazy.

All this doesn't make the game totally bad, especially if you haven't played the first game (I have been a tad negative and haven't touched on the good points) but for all the new units and maps this game pales in comparison the original – the king of multi-player games on the Xbox. Lets hope for Battlefront 3 the guys at Lucas Arts and Pandemic remember the old saying 'if it ain't broke don't fix it'.

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