Which includes a wide range of classic and not-so classic LucasArts era Star Wars games available
- including the N64's Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
and the PC Doom-era Dark Forces
both for $2.99 AUD, Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D
and Star Wars: Rebel Assault 1+2
for $4.99 AUD. Plus, the return of the original Star Wars Battlefront (2004)
for $11.99 AUD.
Developed by the now defunct Pandemic Studios, Star Wars Battlefront was the first attempt at Battlefield-like multiplayer game set in the Star Wars universe. Multiplayer is still available in this re-release (via LAN or direct IP connection), alongside single-player modes against AI.
From the Battle for Naboo to the Battle of Endor, the Historical Campaign mode in the classic STAR WARS Battlefront, lets players become a fighter of the Republic and the Empire alike as they take part in epic battles for the control over the galaxy.
In the Galactic Conquest mode, gamers choose between 20 characters and 4 factions and fight on land, air and in space. Plus, take command of a variety of vehicles on 16 massive maps, including Bespin, Hoth or Naboo.
Here's a few screens showcasing some sweet 2004 Star Wars action.