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Star Wars Battlefront II Review

Star Wars Battlefront II improves on the original with more maps and Heroes. It isn’t a shooter for everybody, but it’s a must-have for fans. Indeed, the Force is strong with this one.

Star Wars Battlefront II Review

Rogue One Pinball Review

In the pantheon of pinball tables bearing the Star Wars name, Rogue One runs close to the middle of the pack. Some exceptional visuals serve as standouts, but are not enough to carry the sadly banal play of the table itself. It never reaches the lows of the American Dad table, but unless you are looking to fill out your collection, Rogue One is nothing to go out of your way for.

Rogue One Pinball Review

Star Wars Pinball: The Force Awakens Pack

As for the tale of the tape, this set of pinball tables is a bit of a wash. The First Order would be worth the price of a table by its lonesome, though when paired with the underwhelming Episode 7 table, it makes it a little less of a bargain. There's fun to be had if you look for it, but if it's a matter of choosing one group of tables over another, its certainly something I would take into account.

Star Wars Pinball: The Force Awakens Pack

Star Wars The Old Republic: Galactic Starfighter

Galactic Starfighter is a worthwhile addition to SWTOR because space combat is well realized and serves as a great alternative to ground based PvP.

Star Wars The Old Republic: Galactic Starfighter

Star Wars Pinball

They're certainly not the worst tables Zen has ever put out, but they're also not the best, and $10 gets you a pretty varied collection of tables. At the same time, you can probably ignore this whole review if you're just a really big Star Wars fan, because this is the kind of fanservice you want, right? There are better tables to spend your money on, but the Empire and Clone Wars tables are fine enough to satisfy you if you do buy it.

Star Wars Pinball

Star Wars Pinball

I don't know what else they have up their sleeves, but these three tables were more then enough to get me absolutely salivating at the idea of more Star Wars content. Zen Studios has shown they know what to do with licensed content, and maybe next time, they'll let us blow up Alderaan, or even the Death Star... or just fire silver projectiles through a Jar-Jar Model. Hell, give me that, and I'd even allow a “Me-sah.” But just one....

Star Wars Pinball

Star Wars Battlefront II

I don’t think they upgraded everything enough to take it to the next level. Should Battlefront fans go run out and buy this game? My answer is try this game as a rental first and see if you like the changes. If you do, you will have yourself a game that you will probably playing for months on in.

Star Wars Battlefront II

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

With that analogy, Star Wars fans are going to love this game and everyone else is probably going to find that it could have been a lot better. I think the best thing for everyone to do is rent this game as it doesn’t have the longevity of a purchase, but will be great for the week-long rental period.

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

LEGO Star Wars

Lego Star Wars is, hands down, a very good game. It doesn’t have the depth as I would have hoped, but the experience is just one that you will always remember as being fun. If you’re a Star Wars fan and don’t mind being a kid again, then Lego Star Wars would be a great purchase for you.

LEGO Star Wars

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

Although KOTOR 2 is nowhere near as revolutionary or as breathtaking as the first, it still is a great game. It’s hard to hide the fact that the game has great replay value, excellent gameplay mechanics, and a very intuitive storyline. If you were a fan of the first go out and purchase this game now!

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

Star Wars: Battlefront

With all the hype behind Star Wars: Battlefront many may wonder if it was worth the wait. I believe that it all comes down to one thing, and one thing alone, if you are searching for an online shooter for your PS2, then yes, this game will do the trick. But for those of you avid Star War fans who were expecting something spectacular this one just doesn’t have all the right ingredients.

Star Wars: Battlefront

Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy

If you are looking for a new Star Wars game for your Xbox where the light saber is main weapon of choice then Star Wars academy is a great choice for you. As long as you are not one who critiques games solely on their graphics, then you should definitely think about picking this one up, if not then this makes a perfect rental.

Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy

Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike

ed the long development process. With that being said if you are a fan of the series, or just a Star Wars fan in general, there is still plenty of fun to be had flying around, and shooting down enemies. If your looking for a good Star Wars game this may be the one for you, if your not sure then this one will make a great rental.

Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

The replay value of the game is pretty strong because once you have gone through the game on the Darkside you may want to change your ways and go through the game on the good side. I would say if you are a fan of the Star Wars series or you are just looking for a new RPG for your Xbox this is one title that you have to get. If you are unsure (as I was) then this would defiantly be on the top of your rental list.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

This is not a bad game, this is a game that needs work, but has a lot of potential. The flight missions are above average, and this is not a short game by any means. Each mission has extra objectives that you can try, and as you get on the higher difficulty levels, you will find even more action. I would only recommend this one though to the Star Wars enthusiast who are ready for another game to add to their Star Wars library.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

This is not a bad game, this is a game that needs work, but has a lot of potential. The flight missions are above average, and this is not a short game by any means. Each mission has extra objectives that you can try, and as you get on the higher difficulty levels, you will find even more action. I would only recommend this one though to the Star Wars enthusiast who are ready for another game to add to their Star Wars library.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast

Jedi Knight overall was a very impressive game. The single player mode can be hard to get into but once you get into the portion of the game where you use the light saber the game is just a lot of fun. For all of you Star Wars fans this should be a definite pickup for all of you who have yet to get the PC version, because there is a lot of fun to be had here.

Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast

Star Wars: Starfighter

Overall, Star Wars Starfighter is a visually pleasant and fun game that a lot of ps2 owner have been waiting for. Despite some paper thin characters, and no radar (I don’t care what Lucas or the manual say that aint radar), you should buy this game if you like Star Wars or you’re into flying games. Conversely, you should not buy this game if you hate Star Wars (can’t imagine why) or if you hate games with no radar.

Star Wars: Starfighter