Other than that, each campaign follows the same formula. You must destroy the droid forces on a planet or keep them from developing colonies. More often than not, this requires you to complete the first objective, travel to the planet in question and destroy the droids there. Galactic Battlegrounds allows you to take control of any number of starfighters and occupy a small sector of space, then work your way up to conquer the entire planet.
Even though the game does a better job of recreating Star Wars's story in this mode than in the campaigns, there are some things that can still go wrong. For example, the AI can be useful when trying to coordinate operations. In the third campaign, for example, you need to clear the Trade Federation from the Hoth system. Each faction takes a different path to that location. While the Republic clearly should be able to draw their own path to the system, the Empire controls a lower level system and a position that controls access to the area, so it must work with the Empire’s path. After failing to coordinate, you find out that these areas become bordered by mines that must be destroyed before you can expand into the Empire’s sector.
Completing either of the custom campaigns included a bonus mode, I Am Darth Vader, in which you can take control of Star Wars original dark lord of the Sith, Darth Vader, or the wookiee Chewbacca, and his friends, as they attempt to remove Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi from the game. At the end of the campaign youll be able to view footage of several of the cutscenes from the films, as well as collect a coin for each of the two achievements (I Am Vader and You Are Gungan) that youve earned. 3d9ccd7d82