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Experts Tell Us the Best Star Wars Games

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Star Wars Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed

This product was recommended by Louis Watton from Shiply

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is by far my favourite Star Wars game, and for one simple reason – you actually feel like an all-powerful force-wielder. Throughout Star Wars, we are told that the Jedi and Sith are some of the most powerful fighters in the Galaxy but rarely do we see the extent of their powers in live-action. In this game, you play as Starkiller, Vader’s apprentice, and are able to slice, throw, choke and push your way through hundreds of enemies – no Star Wars game comes close to making you feel as powerful as you do in this title. Do yourself a favour and pick it up now!

Star Wars Battlefront

This product was recommended by Jim Peterson from My Speech Class

This game has unbelievable graphics and it captures a great Star Wars feel. The use of lightsabers, blasters, a range of ships, and AT-ATs and AT-STs means EA has found a way to introduce the Star Wars universe to casual gamers as well as giving fans of the franchise a game to excite them.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

This product was recommended by Jim Peterson from My Speech Class

The game follows Jedi Padawan Cal Kestis, who is hunted throughout the galaxy by two members of the Galactic Empire. All while trying to complete his training, escape his past, and completely rebuild the fallen Jedi order.

Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens

This product was recommended by Jim Peterson from My Speech Class

The game offers players the chance to play as their favorite characters from the film in Lego form, the likes of Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, Han Solo, Kylo Ren, and more. It also offers new gameplay mechanics including multiple building options to advance the game.

Star Wars: Squadrons

This product was recommended by Jim Peterson from My Speech Class

Squadrons is a first-person, space combat game where the player will experience intergalactic warfare from the cockpit of their chosen spaceship.

Star Wars: The Best of PC

This product was recommended by Alina Clark from CocoDoc

If you enjoy Star Wars games you should definitely buy this pack. Battlefront, Commando, and Jedi Knight are first-person shooter games, Knights of the Old Republic is a great first-person adventure that you can play over and over again with different outcomes and new discoveries, and Empire at War is a real-time strategy game that I have been playing and enjoying.

Star Wars Imperial Assault Board Game Core Set

This product was recommended by Phillip Villegas from Three Pedal Mafia

This 1 to 5 player action-packed war game for adults and teens is appropriate for ages 14 and above. 1 to 2 hours of playtime is typical. Immerse yourself in a compelling narrative campaign that spans multiple missions. Over 30 missions make up a fascinating campaign, guaranteeing that no two games are ever the same. Imperial Assault encourages you to play through a dramatic storey set in the Star Wars galaxy in the campaign game.

Star Wars- The Force Unleashed

This product was recommended by Brian Lee from Drill and Driver

This game became better for me compared to other because of its concept and what-if scenario feeling for those who truly knows the story revolving Star Wars. The story can be different every time you play it because the player decides how the story will play out. There are also various endings that can happen with the choices and decisions the players will make throughout the game. The game has really good combat and force capabilities that you can unleash. Truly a fun and entertaining game that can be differentiated to other Star Wars games.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

This product was recommended by Dan Troha from Draftsim

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is much better than most other games that players really wanted to offer them a fun light sabre experience but didn’t manage the task. This game delivers with its imaginative lightsaber action plus you play alongside the BD-1 droid. The gameplay is challenging, the virtual biomes and buildings of the open world are beautifully designed, and there are some really unexpected turns.

Monopoly: Star Wars The Mandalorian Edition Board Game

This product was recommended by Dan Troha from Draftsim

If you are looking for a board game, then go for one of The Mandalorian Monopoly Editions, which are also on special right now. You can choose between the kids’ and the adult’s versions, both of which are really cool for their target players. It’s not very much like the original Monopoly, which is a good thing. It’s so much more fun and moves faster as you are travelling around the galaxy with Baby Yoda buying and selling hideouts and other buildings, and as you follow a variety of interesting and challenging action cards.

Star Wars Jedi Knight Collection

This product was recommended by Ryan Yount from LuckLuckGo

It is an online game that allows you to play with up to 16 other online players in six online multiplayer modes, including Siege, Capture the Flag, and Free for All. It has a feature that helps you customize your character by defining both look and gender before entering the Academy to learn the power and dangers of the Force. As a player, you can learn the ways of the Force from Jedi Master Luke Skywalker and build your lightsaber from handle to blade throughout the game. This game also allows players to be dual wield and use Darth Maul’s famous double-edged lightsabers from The Phantom Menace.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

This product was recommended by Chiara Gomiero from Handy Wine Guide

Released in 2003, this was and probably still is one of the best Star Wars games ever made and one of the best RPGs games of all time. Developed by the geniuses behind Mass Effect, Baldur’s Gate, Dragon Age, to name some, is a must-have, must-play, a must! You’ll be an amnesiac Jedi in search of his true purpose. What makes this game great is the richness of the content, characters, and overall experience.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

This product was recommended by Chiara Gomiero from Handy Wine Guide

Fallen order was released in 2019, is an action-adventure game featuring Jedi Padawan Cal Kestis aiming to rebuild the Jedi order. It’s fun to play, with great visual content, and for the overall gaming experience. Definitely, one to buy if you like the action and combat games.

Star Wars UNLOCK! The Escape Game

This product was recommended by Harriet Chan from CocoFinder

Each level in this game contains interesting adventures and challenges for the players to resolve. There are puzzles to tackle, search for locations, use weapons and communicate with the droids to enjoy the adventure for 60 minutes. This game accompanies one to six players and the age limit is 10 years and older. This game helps to improve your logical and creative thinking.

Star Wars Rebellion Board Game

This product was recommended by Tara Orcutt from Veggieslicious

Star Wars Rebellion is a strategy board game for 2 to 4 players that is appropriate for players aged 14 and up also the average amount of time spent playing is 3 to 4 hours. The pieces and game board are stunning, The board is divided into two halves that fit together. It’s big! Each of these is roughly the size of a standard board game board. And the intricacy on the board and the many planets, as well as the detail on the cards and dice, are all excellent.

Star Wars Armada Game

This product was recommended by Rousseau Vestal from Find The Aisle

The tremendous grandeur of the Star Wars galaxy’s ships and space combat is balanced with designs and rules that enable accessible, intuitive play experiences in Star Wars Armada. No two games are ever the same because there are so many distinct objectives and ways to enhance your ships. Star Wars Armada is a two-player miniatures battle game appropriate for ages 14 and up and the average playtime is about 2 hours.

Star Wars Republic Commando

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

Republic Commando is the Clone Wars’ Rainbow Six. You play as RC-1138, a special ops clone trooper who goes on missions with three other commandos. Despite being influenced by Halo and Tom Clancy’s famous multiplayer game, Republic Commando is a fast-paced shooter. We need more of Star Wars: Republic Commando’s simplicity.

STAR WARS™ Empire at War

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

Anakin and Palpatine, Han, and Lando are all intimate rivals in the core films. But these personal relationships define Star Wars and how they fit into a more significant conflict. That’s ideal for an RTS game. Empire at War is easily LucasArts’ best strategy game set in the Star Wars universe. Between Episodes III and IV, Empire at War follows the Imperial and Rebel Alliance’s escalating conflict. A campaign map with many planets allows you to research technologies and build planetary defenses.

Star Wars Outer Rim Board Game

This product was recommended by Daniela Sawyer from FindPeopleFast

Take to the stars and become a global icon in Star Wars: outer rim, a one-to-four player game of bounty hunters, mercenaries, and smugglers! In the outer edge, you play as an underworld Denizen looking to make your mark on the Galaxy. You’ll travel the Galaxy’s outskirts in your ship, hire legendary Heroes And villains to join your crew, and try to become the Galaxy’s most famous (or infamous) Outlaw. But it will not be easy. The Galaxy’s warring factions patrol the outer rim, looking for the scum who have proven to be a thorn in their side, and other crooks looking to make their mark may see you as the ideal target to bring down.

Star Wars The Roleplaying Game

This product was recommended by Daniela Sawyer from FindPeopleFast

Few books or games have had such a long-lasting impact on the Star Wars universe and its fans as Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game. It was first published by West End Games in 1987, at a time when the future of the Star Wars galaxy was uncertain, and it fascinated a whole generation of gamers with rules and guidelines that made it simple to design and relish explorations genuinely worthy of the Star Wars universe and its ongoing space opera.

Operation Game: Star Wars Edition

This product was recommended by Daniela Sawyer from FindPeopleFast

This entertaining version of the Operation game features classic Operation gameplay with the thrills of the Star Wars Universe. Who will be able to get BB-8 moving again? After being rescued on Jakku, BB-8 needs repair and is looking for a steady hand. Remove his faulty droid parts and get him rolling again, but beware of the buzzer! The game is over when all 12 defective droid parts have been removed. To win, collect the most droid parts without being buzzed. Hasbro manufactures Star Wars merchandise under license from Lucasfilm Ltd. Hasbro’s trademarks include Hasbro Gaming and all related terms.

Funko Pop! Something Wild!: Star Wars The Mandalorian Card Game

This product was recommended by David Adler from The Travel Secret

There are certainly a lot of Star Wars games to choose from. From console games to PC games, to board games. They all captivated us in their own way. One of the best Star Wars games is the Something Wild card game. The Mandalorian is a fast-paced, light card game for the whole family. Featuring a collectible Grogu figure (9 Star Wars characters). Ages 6 and older can play with the colorful game cards.

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