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8.6

Generally favorable reviews- based on 104 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 91 out of 104
  2. Negative: 8 out of 104

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  1. Feb 25, 2012
    9
    The PSP version of SWB2 manages to maintain the huge scope and diverse gameplay of the original PS2 version. The numerous open environments and thrilling space battles are all here as well as a variety of enemies and special characters. The only downsize is the abysmal camera controls. It was clear that the developers were crying out for an extra analog stick to work with. Given time, however, you soon get the hang of them. Expand
  2. Jan 13, 2012
    10
    Star Wars: Battlefront II for the Playstation Portable was phenomonal. If you're rusty in gaming:this is a great workout!
    I loved the funny ewoks and how the get killed ^ ^.

    Also,great cover artwork as well.

    Great Job LucasArts!

    10/10
  3. Jul 22, 2012
    6
    Welcome to Star Wars: Battlefront II. This isn't the same game as the PS2 version for sure, but, the PSP version has its own unique modes. Although those modes replace the campaign mode they still make interesting challenges. Putting you against a whole army as an assassin is a great idea. The game plays better in first person mode though as it allows for you to really embrace the full hectic masterclass that is instant action. You'll find that battles will kick off and let you watch as everything unfolds. Explosions plenty. Unfortunately the game isn't anywhere near as polished as it should be. Visuals in galactic conquest look shocking as to such, with pieces missing and animations jittery. Although the game at its core is as hectic as it should be. A fair deal. Expand
  4. Nov 19, 2013
    5
    Single Player/Multi Player (1/2) (If the single player is better than the multiplayer, review this section as if it had no multplayer) (If the multiplayer is better than the multiplayer, review this section as if it had no single player) Gameplay (1/2) Visuals/Story (1/2) (If the visuals are better than the story, review this section as if it had no story) (If the story is better than the visuals, review this section as if the visuals didn’t matter)

    Accessibility/Longevity (1/2)

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    Pricing (1/2)

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  5. Nov 17, 2013
    10
    Star Wars Battlefront 2 is simply a fantastic game. You can fly through space taking down enemy ships, capture flags over multiple maps from the PS2 and PC version. You can choose from multiple classes in the Rebel Alliance, The Galactic Empire, The CIS, and the Republic. Though the controls yet are damaged by not having dual analog sticks, the game still feels smooth and exciting as you fight others. There are 3 modes in singleplayer, in a replacement for no campaign. I have to say that this is a great portable game and really shows what some game design companies can do. This game is sadly unnoticed to that many "Top PSP Games" videos, and it really should be for its amazing gameplay and map movement. 10/10 simply fantastic. Expand
Metascore
69

Mixed or average reviews - based on 22 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 22
  2. Negative: 1 out of 22
  1. 70
    Multiplayer has its attributes, but stumbles hard when it comes to framerate and resembles a Monet painting at some points. Overall, I'd recommend it for single-player, but for Wi-Fi, well, I've offered my caveat emptors.
  2. As a more portable take on the Star Wars experience, it won't disappoint most gamers. However, the unappealing space battles and paltry multiplayer options keep it from being a feather in the PlayStation Portable's cap.
  3. 78
    Mirrors its console brethren in terms of complexity and scope but can’t keep up in performance. So while every vehicle, unit and weapon is at your disposal, you’ll need to contend with an unstable framerate and lackluster visuals while you take over the galaxy.