|Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles|
|Release date(s)||April 2000|
|Players||Single player, multiplayer|
|Rating(s)||ESRB: Teen (T)|
|System||PlayStation, Sega Dreamcast, Game Boy Advance|
The following characters are playable in Jedi Power Battles.
The following characters can be unlocked after finishing the game. These characters cannot be upgraded by completing the levels.
- Queen Amidala of Naboo (Unlocked by beating the game as Obi-Wan) - she uses hand to hand fighing and a blaster
- Captain Panaka (Unlocked by beating the game as Obi-Wan) - he uses hand to hand fighing and a blaster
- Darth Maul. (Unlocked by beating the game as Qui-Gon Jinn) - he uses a double-bladed lightsaber
- Jedi Knight Ki-Adi-Mundi (Unlocked by beating Training Mode with any normal Jedi)
There are fourteen levels, four of which are unlockable after completion of the main game. The story levels include:
- Trade Federation Battleship
- Swamps of Naboo
- City of Theed
- Theed Royal Palace
- Coruscant - this level is split into two.
- Streets of Theed (On a STAP)
- Palace Cliffs
- The Final Battle
These levels are not included in the Game Boy Advance version of the game, and most are unavaliable in two-player games, except for Gungan Roundup.
- Droidekas - Assault the Theed Palace as a Droideka.
- Kaadu Race - Race a Kaadu through the swamps of Naboo and win.
- Gungan Roundup - Like football, except Jar Jar is the ball.
- Survival Challenge - defeat 100 enemies to gain the Ultimate Saber.
- 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.
- Flame-thrower Droid - A slightly heavier Battle Droid that relies on flame-throwers 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.
- Droideka - Droidekas 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 Droideka - 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".
- Loader droid - A large droid with two arms it uses to load heavy objects onto itself, or to swipe at foes.
- Slaatik Hagworm - A gigantic worm that resides in the Swamps of Naboo. It spews poison at its prey
- 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.
- There is a training arena in the Dreamcast version, which doubled as a two-player versus arena.
- 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 Gungan Roundup bonus levels.