Cheats and Walkthroughs
Cheats and Walkthroughs
May the fourth be with you all as we go through some of our favorite Star War games.
Originally, we wanted to highlight the best Star Wars games at all times. But after a couple of bloody noses and some broken friendships, we find that it may be best to cover some of our favorite titles rather than play with rankings and hurt feelings.
And not everyone follows the way of the Jedi (or Sith, you happen to swing that way.) Maybe this would be a good time to catch them up on what’s amazing about Star Wars series. A group of us here also hope that you hold off reading this list of our favorite recent Star Wars games until May 25th, the real Star Wars Day.
Grab your lightsaber and choose your side. This massively multiplayer title gives you just about every a fan could want out of a Star Wars game. You’ll fight your way through the galaxy while making way for the light side or corrupting all you encounter. With so many classes to play as, stories to uncover, and planets to visit; you might just find yourself a little closer to a galaxy far, far away.
Some time after the awkward romance and before Anakin goes completely mad, there was a stint between the two movies that the 2D animated show and subsequent 3D CGI series fills in. Traveller’s Tales takes on the story of Anakin and Obi Wan taking on Count Dooku and his nasty droids. If you ever wanted a little more of the fighting, massive action, and less of the odd rolling in the grass sequence of the movies; then pop in The Clone Wars to remember a time when massive armies of clones and droids went to war.
This is the game that you are looking for. The Complete Saga manages to squeeze in all the epic battles, plot points, amazing locations, and manages to do it with all with a dash of humor. If you call yourself a fan or just love a good game, The Complete Saga delivers everything you need for hours of play by combining all of the Star Wars movies into one seamless experience. Better yet, you get to kill Jar Jar Binks as many times as you want in the game. Yes, over a decade of bitterness really does add up after awhile.
We’re going to war! Battlefront II puts you on the ground and a blaster in your hand as apart of the 501st, Vader’s Fist. You’ll play as one of many soldiers in the heat of battle as you try to push your way through the enemy’s defenses to capture points and claim resources. Take a blaster to the knee and you can respawn at any of your captured points as a new class such as jetpack commando or as a heavy to deliver some extra fire power into the fray. Gather enough of those precious resources and you’ll be able to call in one of the special units such as The Dark Trooper or Wookie.
I’m fairly sure physical harm would come to my being if I didn’t talk about this title. XvT puts you in the cockpit of… well, you can guess what as you take on up to eight players in free-for-all or team based modes. For many, this would be our first taste of life in the Star Wars universe as we hunt down your opponent. Additional expansions added story elements many thought were missing from the original game, but nothing could replace the feeling of taking on your friends in the depths of space.