The history of PS2 Star Wars games is a turbulent one. Let GamesRadar be your tracking computer in this trench of occasional gaming excrement, guiding you through the good titles and the bad ones.
First, the good:
Star Wars: Battlefront (2004) - PS2
Combining fast-paced, large-scale combat with a thin slither of strategy, Battlefront was the game that single-handedly proved that Star Wars videogames didn’t have to suck. Admittedly, it worked better as an online multiplayer game - or at least, that’s what our Xbox-playing cousins always told us - and the artificial intelligence bordered on the insulting, but it was still top-notch.
Best bit: The Galactic Conquest mode, which has you fighting through a vast, galaxy-wide military campaign.