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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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 »


During the space fight scenes, two targets on the enemy vessel are the Communications Array and the Sensor Relay. However, when the voice of your commander refers to them he says the Communications Relay and the Sensor Array, mixing the two up. See more »


Imperial Stormtrooper: Blowing stuff up never get's old
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Spun-off from Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) See more »

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Best online play for any PS2 game
30 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Many people say that the first Battlefront game was better than the second, they obviously haven't played the second one online. I am one of the top players online now after three years of practice. This game is somewhat limited offline, but when you play online it almost never gets boring. Even though most of the PS2 gamers went over to PS3 to play Call of Duty 4 and Halo 3 for the XBox360, there are still thousands and thousands of people who play this game for the PS2 all the time. There are still many clans and battles going on. As for the offline play, people say that this game is inferior to the first one because they took out a few good maps and you can't use as many tanks or tanks in the air. I personally think this game makes up for taking those out by having better control of the units than the first game, award weapons, better maps (Death Star, Jabba's Palace, Mustafar, etc.), and heroes. I think this game was put together very well, and that it is way better than the first one. If you still play PS2 make sure you grab this game and get online because there is always fun happening.

~ Shadow{DD}ELITE06

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