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Star Wars Battlefront Cheats
|ON OTHER PLATFORMS: PC, Playstation 2, Xbox|
developer: Pandemic Studios
PIII 1000, 256MB RAM, 2.7GB HDD, 64MB video card
|ESRB rating: T
release date: Sep 21, 04
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Baby Wars mode
Enter "Jub Jub" as a case-sensitive profile name. All the models in the game will use the Ewok skeleton and turn the game into "Baby Wars". All infantry units will be half their normal size, and their head seems to be much closer to their shoulders. Note: First person view remains the same height.
Unlock Maps For Instant Action
Beat missions in Historical Campaigns to unlock them for Instant Action.
To unlock artwork beat the following missions in Historical Campaigns:
Naboo Stills - Beat the Naboo-Rebellion on Theed Mission (Clone Wars)
Star Wars Battlefront Art - Beat the Kashyyyk-Aggressive Negotiations Mission (Clone Wars)
Geonosis Stills - Beat the Geonosis-Battle of Geonosis Mission (Clone Wars)
Kamino Storyboards - Beat the Kamino-Assault on Kamino Mission (Clone Wars)
Weapons and Units Stills - Beat the Rhen Var-Mountaintop Defenses Mission (Clone Wars)
Tatooine Concept Art - Beat the Tatooine- Siege of Mos Eisley Mission (Civil War)
Yavin Concept Art - Beat the Yavin 4-The Fall of Yavin 4 Mission (Civil War)
Hoth Concept Art - Beat the Hoth-Battle of Hoth Mission (Civil War)
Bespin Concept Art - Beat the Bespin-The Liberation of Cloud City (Civil War)
Endor Stills - Beat the Bespin-Battle in the Clouds (Civil War)
Kill a Jedi Hero
Killing a Jedi is difficult. Get a vehicle that is able to fly. Go to the enemy Jedi and wait until he stands still. Then, land on top of him. He will respawn. Do this as many times as desired.
Play a map with places where you can fall and die (for example, Cloud City). You will need something like the mortar, rocket launcher, or another weapon that will make them fly up or to the side. Keep hitting them with it until they fall or fly off the side. However, you will not get credit for the kill. Note: A good method with a rocket launcher is to aim at the ground very near them, opposite of the side where you want them to fly.
Go to a level that has Speeder Bikes and ram the Jedi while traveling at top speed. It will kill them, and you will get the kill.
Locate a place in Bespin where someone can fall off. Get the Jedi close to the edge, then throw a grenade at them. They will fall off and be killed.
Shoot a Jedi in the feet enough with a tank, AT-AT, AT-TE, AAT and anything else with big guns.
Roll over a Jedia via hailfire droid.
At Tattoine Dune Sea, Endor, or Yavan, get a Speeder Bike and run into a Jedi at full speed.
To kill a Jedi, shoot at him with a Droideka. The Jedi will eventually die.
Killing Tusken Raiders
Steal Rebel tank and go to a Tusken camp. Sit there with the turret gun and kill them. Do not use the cannon or they will know that you are there.
Select any level as either the Empire or the Republic. They both have a person with a jetpack. Spawn anywhere with a jetpack character. Wait for your jetpack to fully charge. When you are ready, jump into the air and start throwing grenades wherever a big cluster of enemies are found. This trick works better for the Republic Jet Trooper, because he can hover instead of jumping high and he has more grenades. For example, if you are a Republic Jet Trooper, jump in the air, then go forward while throwing grenades repeatedly; or hover in one location and focus a few or all your grenades in one location. Also, if a grenade hits an enemy, it will hurt their health.
Play as a Jet Trooper and get into a Republic Gunship. Change to a passenger. When you go as high as you can, jump and turn the jetpack on. You will fly for a few seconds and lose no health when you land.
Super-jump without a jetpack
Turn the friendly fire option off. Start a game with a character who has thermal detonators or a time bomb. Throw the grenade or plant the time bomb. Get directly on-top of it, and just before it explodes, Jump. You will be rocketed into the air. Note: If you are not a Jet Trooper or Dark Trooper, you may lose some health.
Do a 360
Get in a carrier ship (Republic Gunship recommended). Speed up and pull the reverse. You will spin around. Note it may require several attempts.
Unlimited Health or Ammunition
Stand, crouch, or lay near any one of the replenishment depots. Camp there with a sniper rifle and keep firing.
Blaster Rifle Head Shots
The accuracy of the infantry's blaster rifle decreases dramatically the longer you shoot. However, the first 3-4 shots will almost always be dead on target, making it a deadly snipe tool even over moderately long distances if you keep the bursts short. A great benefit that comes from sniping with the blaster rifle is the rapid fire which can give you up to three head shot points per kill if you're aim is on. For these reasons, selecting the sharpshooter is really only necessary for sniping over really long distances. On most battlefields though, the scope on the blaster rifle should suffice, also greatly improving your chances at close encounters.
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