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Plug it in and Play: Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith is a video game released in February of 2005. It is one of the series of plug'n'play consoles made by Jakks TV Games. It is available in four different versions: Darth Vader Controller (the most common), Yoda Controller, R2-D2 Controller, and the General Grievous Controller (most rare).
The game has five missions as two characters. The first mission is titled "Droid Invasion". The player plays as Obi-Wan Kenobi as he fights battle droids. Playable places in this mission are Naboo, Geonosis, and Mustafar. The second mission is titled "Coruscant Attack" and recreates the Battle of Coruscant. The third mission is called "Grievous Onslaught", in which the goal is to rescue Palpatine from the Invisible Hand. The fourth mission is titled "Gunship Battle". The objective is to pick up troops from the battlefield and manage to get four clone troopers into the enemy base(s) without being shot down four times. Locations are Kashyyyk and Geonosis. The fifth mission is "Utapau Chase", in which the player as Obi-Wan Kenobi atop Boga chases General Grievous through the streets of Utapau while battling enemies on speeder bikes.
The Star Wars edition of the Jakks Pacific Game Key adds an extra two missions to the gaming device and there is a slot for this Game Key on all Yoda, R2-D2, and Grievous controllers. New games from this expansion cartridge include "Turret Defense", where on either Kashyyyk, Felucia, or Mygeeto, you have to use a turret to prevent any Separatist droids from landing on the planet surface, and "Yoda's Escape", in which Yoda has to escape from Kashyyyk while fighting clone troopers along the way.
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The LAAT's secondary weapon is a proton bomb, even though no other source has listed the LAAT as using proton bombs.