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Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles
Publication information
Developer(s)

LucasArts

Publisher(s)

LucasArts

Release date

April 2000, 2001

Genre

Action

Modes

Single player, multiplayer

Rating(s)

ESRB: Teen (T)

Platform(s)

PlayStation, Dreamcast, Game Boy Advance

Chronological information
Timeline

32 BBY

Star Wars: Episode I Jedi Power Battles was a console game published for use with the Sony PlayStation and Sega Dreamcast in April of 2000. It inserted players into events in and during Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace from the perspective of one of five Episode I Jedi, such as Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, Mace Windu, Adi Gallia, and Plo Koon. Additionally there are number of secret characters that can be unlocked after completing the game such as Queen Amidala, Captain Quarsh Panaka, and Darth Maul. The Dreamcast version also included the Jedi Ki-Adi-Mundi. Players can play as Gungans and droidekas in unlockable mini-games. Anakin Skywalker appears as a NPC on Tatooine, Level 5.

CharactersEdit

The following characters are playable in Jedi Power Battles.

Secret charactersEdit

The following characters can be unlocked after finishing the game. These characters cannot be upgraded by completing the levels.

Game Boy Advance charactersEdit

The Game Boy Advance version of the game only has four playable characters:

  • Jedi Padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn
  • Jedi Master Mace Windu
  • Sith Lord Darth Maul (Unlike the PlayStation version, Darth Maul actually uses a double-bladed lightsaber.)

LevelsEdit

There are fourteen levels, four of which are unlockable after completion of the main game. The story levels include:

Unlockable levelsEdit

These levels are not included in the Game Boy Advance version of the game, and most are unavailable in two-player games, except for Gungan Roundup.

  • Droidekas - Assault the Theed Palace as a Droideka. (Unlocked by beating the game with Plo Koon)
  • Kaadu Race - Race a Kaadu through the swamps of Naboo and win. (Unlocked by beating the game with Adi Gallia)
  • Gungan Roundup - Like conventional football, save for the fact that Jar Jar is the ball. (Unlocked by collecting the hidden Gungan artifacts)
  • Survival Challenge - Defeat 100 enemies to gain the Ultimate Saber. (Unlocked by beating the game with Mace Windu)

EnemiesEdit

  • Battle Droid—The B1 Battle Droid wields a blaster rifle and can fight hand-to-hand.
  • Battle Droid Pilot—The Pilot Droids lack any weapons, making them easy to take out long-range. They rely on hand-to-hand combat.
  • Security Droid - Slightly stronger than the B1 Battle Droid, security droids are noticeable for their red markings. They can fire three shots at a time with their blaster rifles.
  • Commander Droid—Stronger than the Security Droid and noticeable by their yellow markings.
  • Rifle battle droid - A standard Trade Federation B-1 battle droid with a heavy blaster.
  • Flamethrower Droid—A slightly heavier Battle Droid that relies on flamethrowers instead of Blasters - their flames cannot be blocked.
  • Grapple Droid—Grapple Droids are slightly larger than the standard Battle Droid and rely solely on their hand-to-hand abilities to take out threats. They are distinguished by their gray color.
  • Destroyer Droid - Destroyer Droids are feared even by the Jedi Knights. They fire rapid streams of fire on their targets. The Droidekas in this game do not use shield generators.
  • Grapple Destroyer Droid—Grapple Droids rely solely on their hand-to-hand abilities to take out any threats.
  • Plasma Droid—A much larger variant of Battle Droid, its appearance is similar to the Flamethrower Droid, except it has green markings and emits Plasma blasts from its "hands".
  • Cargo Loader Droid - A large droid with two arms it uses to load heavy objects onto itself, or to swipe at foes.
  • Kreetle
  • Slaatik hagworm - A gigantic worm that resides in the Swamps of Naboo. It spews poison at its prey
  • AAT
  • T4 turret droid—A four-legged droid with two blasters beside its eye. It can protect itself with a shield, hurl Thermal Detonators and launch a laser from its eye.
  • Tusken Raider Residents of Tatooine, Tusken Raiders are foul residents of the Dune Sea. They carry rifles and gaffi sticks. Their projectiles cannot be deflected)
  • Jawa—Jawas wield short range blasters and are relatively weak. They can be found anywhere near machinery.
  • Sith Probe Droid - There are two types - a smaller one which fires one blast at a time and a slightly heavier one which fires three shots at a time.
  • Armored Krakkiss - A gigantic armadillo-like creature dwelling on Tatooine.
  • Coruscant mercenary— Four types of mercenaries (Kajain'sa'Nikto, Rodian, Ishi Tib and M'shento'su'Nikto), each with different abilities.
  • Gungan Warrior—Gungans defend the sacred ruins they are hiding in from intruders and run away after being defeated.
  • Darth Maul—Apprentice to Darth Sidious, he wields a double-bladed lightsaber and has many dark side powers.

GameplayEdit

  • There are several differences between gameplay in the PlayStation and Dreamcast version of the game:
    • Curiously, Ki-Adi Mundi was not in the PlayStation version of Jedi Power Battles; however, his name still appeared in the credits.
    • There is no difference in difficulty if you choose 'Jedi Mode' on the PlayStation version.
    • There was a training arena in the Dreamcast version, which doubled as a two-player versus arena. This was cut out of the PlayStation version.
    • Various computer panels can be destroyed in the PlayStation version to gain extra points, whereas they cannot be destroyed in the Dreamcast version.
  • If the player chooses to play as Queen Amidala during "Theed Palace", then she will not talk at all during the two cutscenes in the level.
  • Darth Maul has his own voice in "Theed Palace" but uses Mace Windu's voice in "Tatooine."
  • Qui-Gon for some reason is alive after the Battle of Naboo.
  • If one chooses to play a two-player game, he/she will be unable to unlock all but the Survival Challenge bonus levels.
  • Mace Windu uses a blue lightsaber just like the Episode I action figure as Samuel L. Jackson, as George Lucas had yet to agree that Windu uses the purple lightsaber seen in Episode II. (Of course his blue lightsaber is likely canon as the handle he has also changes from Episode I to Episode II).
  • Also note power ups can be used in the PlayStation version.

In "Final Battle" Darth Maul respawns at the energy bridge in the Theed generator room when defeated. If the player runs away and jumps down to the catwalk below the three rings another Darth Maul will be waiting there resulting in the player fighting two Darth Mauls at the same time.

AppearancesEdit

By type 
Characters Creatures Droid models Events Locations
Organizations and titles Sentient species Vehicles and vessels Weapons and technology Miscellanea

Characters

Creatures

Droid models

Events

Locations

Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology

Miscellanea


SourcesEdit

External linksEdit


Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Books
Full adaptations
Book-and-record · Junior novelization · Mighty Chronicles · Movie Storybook · Novel
Partial adaptations
Journal:
Anakin Skywalker · Darth Maul · Queen Amidala
Episode I Adventures:
13: Danger on Naboo (Game Book) · 14: Podrace to Freedom (Game Book) · 15: The Final Battle (Game Book)
Adventures:
11: Danger on Naboo (Game Book) · 12: Podrace to Freedom (Game Book)
Anakin's Pit Droid · Anakin Skywalker · Anakin's Race for Freedom · Dangers of the Core · Darth Maul's Revenge · Droid to the Rescue · Droids Everywhere! · General Jar Jar · Gungan Trouble! · Jar Jar Binks · Jar Jar's Mistake · Jedi Escape · Meet the Jedi High Council · Obi-Wan's Bongo Adventure · Podrace! · A Queen's Diary · Ready, Set, Podrace! · Save Naboo! · Sith Attack · Watch Out, Jar Jar!
Comics
Comic series: 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · Trade paperback
Adventures: ½ · Obi-Wan Kenobi · Queen Amidala · Qui-Gon Jinn · Anakin Skywalker · Trade paperback
Manga: 1 · 2
PhotoComic
Video games
Battle for Naboo · Jedi Power Battles · Obi-Wan · Obi-Wan's Adventures · Episode I: The Phantom Menace · Racer · Racer Arcade · Starfighter
Activity books
Battles to Color · Heroes and Villains Coloring Book · I Am a Droid · I Am a Jedi · I Am a Pilot · I Am a Queen · Micro-Vehicle Punch-Outs · Queen Amidala Paper Doll Book · The Ultimate Star Wars Episode I Sticker Book
Behind the scenes
The Art of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace · Illustrated Screenplay · The Making of Episode I The Phantom Menace · The Official Souvenir Magazine · Script facsimile
Guide and reference books
Incredible Cross-Sections · Inside the Worlds of Star Wars Episode I · Jedi Power Battles: Prima's Official Strategy Guide · Portfolio · Prima's Official Strategy Guide · Racer: Official Nintendo Player's Guide · Racer: Prima's Offical Strategy Guide · Secrets of the Sith · Scrapbook · Starfighter: Prima's Official Strategy Guide · The Visual Dictionary · Who's Who: A Pocket Guide to the Characters of The Phantom Menace · What's What
Other material and merchandise
Star Wars Customizable Card Game: Coruscant Limited · Star Wars Trading Card Game: The Phantom Menace · Tatooine Limited · Theed Palace Limited
Insider's Guide · Soundtrack · Toy line
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