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Star Wars Battlefront Elite Squadron - Sony PSP

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Platform: Sony PSP
Sony PSP
  • Commandeer trademark Star Wars vehicles and spacecraft from the Empire's TIE Fighters to the Rebel Alliance's X-wings, as well as AT-RTs, LAATs, Imperial Transports and Droid Fighters.
  • Outfit your character like never before. Dictate their battle weapons, armor, species, gender, appearance and physical strengths including hundreds of unlockable items and bonuses.
  • Feel the rush of combat on the PSP system with 16-player multiplayer matches complete with enhanced stat tracking.
  • Play classic characters like Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Kit Fisto, Darth Maul, Count Dooku and Boba Fett, plus new characters from the Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed video games.
  • Battle on some of the most iconic Star Wars planets and locations from the feature films, all with multi-layered battlefronts, such as Tatooine, Endor, Yavin 4 and Hoth through 12 campaign levels.
  • Game may come in the greatest hits or standard edition with no difference in game play.

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Product Details

Platform: Sony PSP
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001CB9VSS
  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.2 x 0.6 inches ; 3.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 3, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,470 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: Sony PSP

Product Description

Star Wars Battlefront is back and bigger than ever on the PSP (PlayStation Portable) system and Nintendo DS! Releasing this Fall, Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron is the deepest and most action-packed Star Wars Battlefront game ever. Experience battlefronts that span ground, space and capital starships, a robust original storyline and expanded gameplay features that deliver endless replayability. Fight on an expanded battlefront that spans multiple layers of action. Start the fight on foot, commandeer a vehicle and dogfight in space, and land your craft on and fight in capital starships. Your actions in each area directly affect the outcome on others. Take the lead role in an engrossing, never-before-told storyline that puts you in the middle of the action of the most memorable battles spanning the entire Star Wars saga and beyond. Massive amounts of replay value and customization ensure that every battle you take part in is unique and different!

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Star Wars Battlefront is back and bigger than ever on the PlayStation Portable (PSP). A third-person shooter, Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron is the deepest and most action-packed Star Wars Battlefront game ever. Experience battlefronts that span ground, space and capital starships, a robust original storyline and expanded gameplay features--including 16-player multiplayer support--that deliver seemingly endless replayability.

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Story and Gameplay
The storyline of Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron concerns the two clone trooper brothers X2 and X1. Clones created using Jedi DNA, they were originally designed to aid in Order 66, the great Jedi purge set in motion by Chancellor Palpatine as a pretext to establishing the Empire. However, X2 chooses to foresake this path and instead joins the rebel alliance, standing opposed to his brother, X1, who remains aligned with the dark side and the plans of the revealed Darth Sidious.

Gameplay Levels and Features
Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron allows players to engage in combat on multiple levels where every action matters. On the ground players fight both on foot and utilizing a variety of vehicles, units and weapons, while an assortment of Rebel and Imperial craft takes the fight into space, with brief cutscenes between levels creating a seamless experience. Whether on the ground or in the air, the players combat stats have direct consequences on the overall outcome of battles, making the outcome of each exchange crucial. The game also features multiple game modes and features, including the Heroes and Villains Mode, where you play as favorite characters from the Star Wars universe, and 16-player multiplayer support.

Customization
Players will have at their disposal massive amounts of pick-up and play action for seemingly endless replay value. The PSP provides the deepest customization options ever seen in a Star Wars Battlefront title, allowing players to personalize and build their character with more weapons and items than ever before, including the weapons characters carry into battle, the armor they wear on their backs, their species, gender, appearance and physical strengths. Players can also unlock hundreds of other items and bonuses to help even the odds.

Clone vs clone in Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron for PSP
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Key Game Features

  • Fight on an expanded battlefront that spans multiple layers of action – start the fight on foot, commandeer a vehicle and dogfight in space, and land your craft on and fight in capital starships – your actions in each area directly affect the outcome on others.
  • Take the lead role in an engrossing, never-before-told storyline that puts you in the middle of the action of the most memorable battles spanning the entire Star Wars saga and beyond.
  • Deep customization options on the PSP system let you build and outfit your character like never before – dictate the weapons they carry into battle, the armor they wear on their backs, their species, gender, appearance and physical strengths including hundreds of unlockable items and bonuses.
  • Feel the rush of combat on the PSP system with 16-player multiplayer matches complete with enhanced stat tracking.
  • Let loose your inner Jedi or Sith in the special "Heroes and Villains" mode where you can play classic characters like Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Kit Fisto, Darth Maul, Count Dooku, Asajj Ventress, Boba Fett, plus new characters from the Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed video games.
  • Battle on some of the most iconic Star Wars planets and locations from the feature films, all with multi-layered battlefronts, such as Tatooine, Endor, Yavin 4 and Hoth through 12 campaign levels on the PSP.
  • Commandeer trademark Star Wars vehicles and spacecraft from the Empire’s TIE Fighters to the Rebel Alliance’s X-wings, as well as AT-RTs, LAATs, Imperial Transports and Droid Fighters.
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Protecting the Hoth generator from an imperial walker in Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron for PSP
Fight on foot and in the air.
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Vader in action in the Heroes and Villains Mode in Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron for PSP
Heroes & Villains mode.
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16-person multiplayer support in Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron for PSP
16-person multiplayer.
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X-wing fighters attacking and Imperial battle cruiser in Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron for PSP
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Okay, but Lucasarts really lied about this one. November 5, 2009
Platform for Display:Sony PSP
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is the second best Battlefront out of the 4 that have been made diregarding the mobile iterations. Basically, it was the product of the cancellation of BF3 and shares many of the same elements like gameplay aspects, story, and characters. This is to date the only Battlefront game in which you can transition between space and ground, and the second battlefront in which you can use a starfighter(not a snowspeeder) to strafe and have dogfights in the air This works surprisingly well, making the game a blast to play, especially online. Every single planet that was included in other installments that features in this game has been completely redesighned for the better.

**If you are not a big time fan of Star Wars, You probably wont understand this paragraph and the next paragraph, so go ahead and skip)
Like say Coruscant: originally, the level was set in the Jedi Temple but now, its set in a plaza and street area and is based off of the ground battle(you only see the space battle in Episode 3) of Coruscant featured in the original clone wars microseries, and the book Labyrinth of Evil. Another thing featured in Labyrinth of Evil and only briefly during the Order 66 montage of Episode 3 is the Neimoidian purse world of Cato Neimoidia. Cato Neimoidia, along with Vjun(featured in comics, books, and the game Jedi academy), and Dantooine(mentioned in Ep 4, featured in comics, books, and KOTOR along with some other games). This is far less new planets than I thought there would be(Renegade Squadron had around 5 or 6 and they were not brought back as cool as they were). Dantooine is following a trend that Renegade Squadron started(Korriban with it's Sith Academy area) by including another area created in the game KOTOR on the planet Dantooine.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent with few flaws December 1, 2009
Platform for Display:Sony PSP|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Pros: The storyline is the best part of the game, Graphics come next. Deep, Deep customization is a huge plus and the unlock system for weapon and armor customization makes the game a definite incentive to keep playing the campaign. Difficulty is challenging without being frustrating. The transition from clone to rebel to Jedi was a plus because it gave the player a good experience with different modes of play.

Cons: I disliked the control scheme when i first started playing, it needs a heck of a lot of work, but its an option between Battlefront II and Renegade Squadron controls. Another issue was allied AI, the biggest issue is that they tend to run into a storm of fire, get cut to pieces, and waste reinforcements. The lightsaber is the smallest but most critical flaw in HNV battles. the sword has a short swing and almost no range so you must touch the target to slash it.

Comments: i can understand if you picked this up beat the campaign and put it back down and thought, "this game sucks, there's no customization" I've done that before. but with this game you actually have to work to get the options on armor and weapons. playing to unlock is better then it already being there because it tells players "you want stuff? work for it."
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Terrible controls, everything else is great. May 25, 2013
Platform for Display:Sony PSP|Verified Purchase
The maps are fun to play and there are a good amount of CPU's on map. Being able to switch between ground and space is awesome. The Death Star level is sweet because it feels awesome to be flying around with it in the background. The main problem is the controls, because PSP is awful at shooters. It is a little clunky but if you are willing to get used to it you will enjoy the game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thanks! April 8, 2013
By melanie
Platform for Display:Sony PSP|Verified Purchase
My son was very pleased with his purchase with this company. The item was as advertised and arrived on time- thanks again!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Awsome January 5, 2013
By mike
Platform for Display:Sony PSP|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is legit. The online is pretty good. I like the campaign story. Hopefully sony does not close down the server. Star wars is epic!!!!!!!!!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun game July 19, 2012
Platform for Display:Sony PSP|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is the best star wars battlefront game ever!! I have renegade squadron too and this is the best out of all the battlefront game. The game is in space and on ground. There is a reactor core and escape pods. The reactor core and escape pods are in side the capital ship. In the Campaign mode, you are X2 and you are a clone. You become a rebel and then a Jedi! Get this game!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome November 29, 2009
Platform for Display:Sony PSP
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Ok, so I was eagerly waiting for this game to come out. Idiot me, it was already out as i discovered at best buy. I bought it immediatly and started playing. First thing I noticed, is that the controls are kinda stiff. Say, you are by a wall, targeting some droid. Well if that droid chooses to come toward you and get close, the camera goes screwey. Then you scramble around to try to shoot the droid, meanwhile the droid has no problem shooting you. It gets annoying.
It might seem insignifigant to some people, but one of the best things for me about the game is the sniping system. In Renegade Squadron, the sniping was next to impossible. Lucasarts completely balanced out the sniping, so that if your reticle is next to the person, then it will automaticly shoot them. That feature makes online play so much more fun. On one match I got 185 kills and 13 deaths. Not bad kill to death ratio for online scores.
Online play is the way to go. I never get bored of it, and if you have a best friend that plays too, then you can add him and join the game instead of jumping in and out of games like Renegade. The game is fairly new, so there arent many hackers. But you could be enjoying a game and all of a sudden everyone on your team dies from a hacker. NOT FUN. Hackers aside, online is great.
You must know what the story is about from other people, so I just want to say that I like the story a lot. It is pretty different from the other SWB games, and I like the diversity.

OVERALL:9.5
STORY:8
ONLINE:9
GRAPHICS:8
HANDLING:7
EVERYTHING ELSE:9.5

It is a great game, and I would reccomend it to other battlefront fans.
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