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The Star Wars Battlefront Ultimate Edition has everything fans need to live out their Star Wars battle fantasies, including Star Wars Battlefront and Star Wars Battlefront Season Pass. Rebels and Imperials alike will be able to expand their galaxy, with 4 epic expansion packs, including Star Wars Rogue One: Scarif. In addition, players can enjoy 30+ maps, 14 heroes and 14 game modes.
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After all of that, playing it is well worth the wait, which is why I give it the 5 stars. It's AMAZING. The graphics are impossibly real, the game is smooth. We've had it now for about a month and ZERO glitches. My 7 year old is ranking in the number one spot quite a bit, so it's easy enough for smaller kiddos to play, and he plays it EVERY SINGLE DAY.
graphics wise, of course the xbox one version blows the ps2 version out of the water. however that's pretty much it.
gameplay is decent. ps2 weapons had limited ammo, and you had to collect more along the battlefield. xbox has unlimited ammo, however secondary weapons have a cool down period before you can use them again. you can't just go around tossing all the grenades you have all at once if you wanted to. can't also just switch from rifle to pistol if you want. you're stuck with whatever gun you choose until you die and respawn.
if you're not an xbox gold member, this game has very low replay value. online, you have all the different types of melee games. offline, that's all gone. there's not even a storyline campaign, your only real skirmish is an at-at assualt where you either destroy or defend an at-at, or a space vehicle battle where you have to protect/destroy transports. other than that there is a training mode, a battle mode, where you have both sides trying to score points by kills, and a survival mode, where you survive wave after wave of enemies.
with 2 player games, you're even more limited. you can't play 2 player split screen online at all, so forget all the good stuff. instead you're stuck with the offline battles, and in 2 player mode, you can't co-op in the battle mode, it has to be a vs game.
if i could do it all over again, i'd wait til bf2 came out, and skip this one.