IGN is known to hold a prequel hate. So who cares what they think of the movie. Good to see signs of them removing the stick from their ass though.
The evil Chancellor Palpatine – who has quietly puppet-mastered an entire Galactic Republic throughout these prequels – suddenly declares "Order 66", prompting tens of thousands of "Clone Troopers" to suddenly turn on & assassinate the very Jedi they've been fighting beside for years. At face value, they murder their friends and comrades – simply because they were told to do so.
That's because they're unquestioning soldiers that are incapable of talking back. This idiot should pay attention to what is said in AoTC.
And it has been said about the inlying programming of Order 66.
"In the earlier prequels, Jedi skydive from tremendous heights, dodging aerial traffic & leaping from impossibly high balconies like flying squirrels. So, how can a principal Jedi character in this film die...by falling? The same discrepancy rears its ugly head in Episode VI - Return of the Jedi, by the way. This undercuts the intent of the sequence, and the fate of the key character." It's called they used the force to lessen the impact. When Palpatine was thrown INTO THE REACTOR, he was caught by surprise and didn't hit anything but instead was incinerated.
The so called "inconsistencies" are from their own ignorance. If they weren't so lazy, they'd have learned these things already.