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DescriptionFor the first time in gaming history, after countless games depicting various aspects of the rich Star Wars universe (including some we never wanted to see), players have the chance to step into the boots of the average soldier in the wars that raged across the galaxy. Gameplay is based on the successful standards set by Battlefield 1942, but combat in Battlefront is even more massive and heated, vehicles are more predominant and the familiar starships are also included.
There are three different game modes to play: Historical Campaign (featuring a series of "historical" battles from the Star Wars mythos), Conquest (in which players vie for dominance of individual planets) and, of course, Instant Action. The game puts two pairs of factions at war: Republic vs Separatists and Rebel Alliance vs Galactic Empire. Each faction has four standard unit types (soldier, heavy weapons trooper, scout and pilot) plus a fifth, special unit which differs radically for each side. Famous Jedi and Sith are included as NPCs only in selected battles. Finally, the game offers almost all of the vehicles seen in the movies for players to fly, drive or hover and prevail.
- "星球大战：前线" -- Simplified Chinese spelling
- "Star Wars: Battlefront (Classic, 2004)" -- Digital re-release title
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|A fun, Star Wars-themed war game.||PlayStation 2||Big John WV (27218)|
|Simply put, STAR WAR! WAR! WARS!||Xbox||Chase Bowen (39)|
|A game where "single player" is a bot match against the computer||Windows||Riamus (8519)|
|Another example of selling the license instead of the game.||PlayStation 2||James Kirk (168)|
|The greatest Star Wars Game||PlayStation 2||Dark Lord (46)|
|Perfect for casual gamers||Windows||bb bb (33)|
|I still don't know what the hell is going on!||PlayStation 2||Asinine (1006)|
|GameZone||PlayStation 2||Oct 06, 2004||8.5 out of 10||85|
|Mac Gamer||Macintosh||Sep 07, 2005||85 out of 100||85|
|RealGamer||Windows||Jan 07, 2008||8.4 out of 10||84|
|PC Action (Germany)||Windows||Nov 23, 2004||83 out of 100||83|
|Game Informer Magazine||Xbox||Oct, 2004||8 out of 10||80|
|Macworld||Macintosh||Aug 26, 2005||80|
|Inside Mac Games (IMG)||Macintosh||Aug 10, 2005||7.75 out of 10||78|
|Game Informer Magazine||PlayStation 2||Oct, 2004||7.75 out of 10||78|
|4Players.de||Xbox||Oct 01, 2004||74 out of 100||74|
|AppleLinks.Com||Macintosh||Aug 31, 2005||60|
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TriviaAlong with "Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force", this game was released to tie in with the Star Wars DVD sets.
Related Web Sites
- Lead Armies, Conquer Planets (An Apple Games article about the Macintosh version of Battlefront, with commentary being provided by Producer Dan Pettit (June, 2005).)
- Lucas Arts: Star Wars Battlefront (Official site.)
- Wikipedia: Star Wars: Battlefront (article in the open encyclopedia about the game)
PlayStation 2 Credits (269 people)
205 developers, 64 thanks
Eric Gewirtz (Giz)Producer:
Christopher B. Baker, Adam Batters, Steven Duan, Chris Fandrich, David Givone, Nathan Mates, Stewart Miles, Ken Miller, Salah Nouri, Brad Pickering, Jason Scanlin, Josh Verrall, Greg WalkerProduction Coordinator: