Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith was a 2005 video game based on the movie of the same name. It centers around Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker as the Clone Wars come to an end. There are seventeen levels, interlaced with over twelve minutes of footage from the movie. It was released on May 5, 2005, for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS. Additionally, a version was made available for mobile phones on April 2, and a version for the PlayStation Portable was canceled and never released. On April 28, 2015, the game was released for download on PlayStation Network, and made available to play on PlayStation 3. Also, unlike other Star Wars video games, there was also going to be a GameCube release, but was cancelled for unknown reasons.
The game follows the movie storyline very closely, incorporating footage from the movie into the game and blending it well with the game portion itself. It involves playing through the events as either Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, with radically different events taking place in either. As Obi-Wan, much of the game is centered around destroying General Grievous, while the Anakin levels chronicle his fall to the dark side of the Force and extermination of the Jedi Order. This includes Anakin's attack on the Jedi Temple, which culminates in a duel with Serra Keto, who happens to be the best student of Cin Drallig, who Darth Vader later fights and kills along with Keto. The game ends with the duel on Mustafar between Darth Vader and Obi-Wan. There are two different endings to the final battle, the first being that Obi-Wan defeats Anakin like in the film, the second being that Anakin kills Obi-Wan then meets the Emperor who gives him a new red lightsaber, Anakin in turn kills the Emperor and claims the new Empire for his own. The Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS versions of Episode III are much the same to the console versions, except as a side-scrolling action game. The other difference is that while the PS2 and Xbox versions feature a singular campaign, with player controlling Obi-Wan or Anakin depending on their scenes in the film, the GBA and NDS versions feature two separate campaigns for each one. The DS version also features uses for its touch-screen capability. The game was also released on the mobile phone and followed the storyline of all other versions. It bares resemblance to 1999's Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace videogame where the overall game is the same as the actual film with a few minor changes in exposition and background information.