This is a really sharp looking game. The backgrounds are really good and work well with the game's style. I was especially pleased with how well animated each of the characters were. The number of lightsaber attacks Anakin is able to pull off adds much to the game's simplistic combat system. Just pressing one button to attack looks so much cooler when your on-screen character is doing back flips and spinning around enemies. During the story sequences, the game presents players with some really nice renders that do a lot to pull the story together without much effort.
The one thing Star Wars games always do well is sound, and New Droid Army does not fail to impress. In fact, the first day I had the game my friends started passing the GBA around just so they can here the crystal clear digitized version of the Star Wars theme. Of course, this makes the in-game music sound poor in comparison, but it should be expected when jumping from digitized to midi sounds. In the end, the background music is still good and each piece fits well with its companion level. The sound effects, which are ripped right out of the Star Wars universe, help to give the entire game an atmosphere rarely found in other GBA games.