All Star Wars Games

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Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

The Empire Strikes Back is a great sequel that’s a step above the excellent Star Wars game.
NES

Star Wars Arcade 32X

The game features gameplay similar to that of Atari's Star Wars game with players piloting an X-wing or an Y-wing in first or third person perspective and battling Imperial forces.
Sega Genesis

Star Wars: Battlefront

Decent graphics, bland game feel, and hokey old religions don't put a solid playing game in your collection, and so at first, my thoughts were that of the skeptic.

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter

Lucasarts has long been known for its ability to create high quality games but also its tendency to produce games that meet few levels of competence.

Star Wars Chess

Ini nyone who plays chess can enjoy this game. It is a standard chess game, with the Star Wars characters as the game pieces.

Star Wars: Clone Wars

But unlike the movie there isn't a whole of twisted and shallow plot lines to slow down the impressive action and epic battles'instead you'll do a lot of light saber wielding and speeder bike riding as you mow down tons of bad guys.

Star Wars Dark Forces

Remember wanting desperately to be Han Solo? Sure, Luke was cool and everything, but Han had such a great attitude for being a scoundrel.

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

It echoes a simpler time when we could get ourselves lost in our own imaginations.

Star Wars: Episode One Racer

We've all seen the movie, played the N64 Pod Racer game, then played the PC version and wet ourselves

Star Wars Episode One: Starfighter

Forget about those dusty Kenner X-Wings and TIE fighters you toss around in the basement--the gang at LucasArts

Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds

Instead of Greeks, Romans or Persians, etc. you'll control one of six major "civilizations" in the Stars Wars saga'the forces of the Rebellion, the Empire, the Naboo, the Trade Federation.

Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds Clone Campaigns

With the adding of numerous new units, changing the balance of the game by increasing in the population limit to 250 units, and playing the original campaigns with the new enhancements.

Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds Saga

There haven't been any changes to either game as they are re-released in their original form.

Star Wars Jedi Academy

This time around however, you'll be controlling a new Jedi recruit and Kyle will be the Jedi Master training you.

Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter

Only two characters from the original Starfighter have returned, but it doesn't hurt gameplay, thanks in part to the small changes Lucas Arts made.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

When you think of successful RPGs, things like non-linearity, sub plots, character development, and dynamic plot development might come to mind.

Star Wars: Rebel Assault

It seems like those poor Rebels never get a break these days.

Star Wars: Rebel Strike

The Rogue Squadron series has built quite a reputation by continually giving outstanding performances in both gameplay and graphical ability.

Star Wars Rebellion

Discover a planet, send a reconnaissance Y-wing to check it out, send in the troops to take it over, then build some construction facilities, mines, refineries, training facilities.

Star Wars Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader

The date: May, 2001. The location: Los Angeles. The event: The 2001 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). The booth: LucasArts. The result: I MUST buy a GameCube.

Star Wars: Starfighter

Unfortunately for her and the Naboo, Nym was well aware of his bounty and tracked Vana first. Flying his heavily upgraded ship the Havoc.

Star Wars Super Bombad Racing

In an apparent attempt to make Jar Jar Binks a more popular character in the Star Wars universe, LucasArts endowed his racing vehicle with a high top speed and medium mass.

Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance

As the youngest son of the Azameen family cartel, you begin the game running your first missions for your father.

Super Star Wars

Super Star Wars is the first of a series of three Super Nintendo games based on the original three films of the Star Wars series.
SNES

Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi

Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi follows closely the standard set by the first two Super Star Wars games, with the return of selectable characters (on specific levels), multiple playable characters and Mode 7 quasi-3D vehicle sequences. The cont..
SNES

Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back follows closely the standard set by Super Star Wars, with multiple playable characters and Mode 7 quasi-3D vehicle sequences. The controls are very similar to the first game, but feature an enhanced double-j..
SNES

Star Control 3

The new eye candy is great, from the new digitized look of the races to the up-close 3D rendering of the starships; in this area Accolade came through with flying colors .

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 – The Sith Lords

After a stunning freshman release, Knights of the Republic returns in its sophomore year, giving us another title that offers a chance to walk on the path of Light, or fall to the deepest evil of the Dark Side.

Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II

Kyle's goal in life is to find Jarek before he finds the fabled Valley of the Jedi (a place of enormous power), and kill him.

Rebel Assault 2

Rebel Assault 2 features realistic 3-D graphics and live-action video including the first new Star Wars footage since Return of the Jedi.

Jedi Power Battles

LucasArts' second Dreamcast game is more an upgrade than a straight port of the PlayStation action/fighting title jedi Power Battles.

Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith

It has been five years since Kyle Katarn destroyed the seven Dark Jedi in the game Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II.