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Star Wars:
The Clone Wars


Release date:
April 22, 2003

Distributed by:
Pandemic Studios / LucasArts

Genre:
Third-person Vehicular Action

Modes:
Single Player / Multi Player
(Split screen + Online)

Star Wars Saga Timeline:
21.5 BBY

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars is a vehicular combat game taking place after the conclusion of Star Wars: Episode II. As Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, or Mace Windu, players will help the Clone Army repel the advances of Count Dooku's Separatist movement. Seven craft are available in 16 missions spanning six different planets. Mission objectives range from attacking key installations to escorting convoys until they safely reach their destination. Missions are completed from within the selected vehicle as it skims across the planet's surface. Along the way are defensive and offensive power-ups to pick up as well as bonus items needed to complete the three optional secondary objectives for each mission.

Playable vehicles include a speeder bike, fighter tank, two-legged assault walker, a maru beast, gunship, mobile assault cannon, and a four-legged assault walker. Each vehicle or creature has a primary weapon, secondary weapon, and a special ability to help players survive the hostile worlds. Players begin on Geonosis for three missions before traveling to Rhen Var, Raxus Prime, Kashyyk Moon, Thule Moon, and Thule itself. The action is played from a third-person perspective behind the vehicle as players blast enemies with the help of a targeting computer and navigate their surroundings using radar. Power-ups come in the form of health packs, ammunition, invincibility, cloaking, disintegration fields, and super blasters.

The Xbox version of Star Wars: The Clone Wars supports up to eight players on Xbox Live with support for voice communication. Four multiplayer modes include Duel, Control Zone, Conquest, and Jedi Academy. Duel is a free-for-all, while Control Zone is a fight to capture and defend a section of territory from rival players. Conquest is a team-based strategy game where players fight to claim territory and buildings by entering specific zones. This mode has been Xbox enhanced, offering more weapons, teleportals, and boost power-ups than its GameCube counterpart. Academy offers players two scenarios with the same objective: work together to destroy wave after wave of computer-controlled enemies. One of the scenarios is played on foot as players use the Jedi Force Push technique and their lightsabers to defeat enemies.

Game Codes & Cheats

Password Cheats:
Enter these passwords at the codes menu:
ALITTLEHELP - Gives player three bonus objectives
NOHONOR - Unlimited Ammo
FODDER - Battle Droid
CARBONCOPY - Clone Trooper
SUPERFODDER - Unlocks super battle droid in Geonosis
LORDOFSITH - Invincibility
IGIVEUP - Unlock All Bonus Material
LETSDANCE - Unlock All Multiplayer Levels
GOTPOPCORN - Unlock All FMV Movies
YOURMASTERS - Team Photos

Unlockables:
Raxus Duel multi-player map - Earn 5 bonus points
Thule Moon Control Zone multi-player map - Earn 10 bonus points
Rhen Var Conquest multi-player map - Earn 15 bonus points
Jedi Academy multi-player map - Earn 20 bonus points
Unit Viewer - Earn 25 bonus points
"Making Of" Video - Earn 30 bonus points
CD Player - Earn 35 bonus points
Sketchbook - Earn 40 bonus points
Play as Yoda in multi-player - Earn 45 bonus points

Backward Compatibility

Most Xbox console games can also be played on the Xbox 360 console. This requires an Xbox 360 Hard Drive and the latest Backward Compatibility update from Xbox LIVE. >Open Current Game List<

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