The Super Star Wars series on SNES, and Rougue Squadron.
My favourites SW games from the past would have to be a holy trinity of:
1995's 'Rebel Assault II' on the PC. Sure the gameplay was basic but the whole game was the first full on SW footage we had seen in a while. With new ships and actors wearing the real costumes from the films. It was like a new SW film that you could interact with. I played this to death!
1997's 'Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II' on the PC. The graphics were poor for the time but the levels were huge and we were able to really experience being a Jedi Knight. Leveling up our force powers as we went and choosing the light or dark path. Plus modding on the game was sooo easy to do, meaning even I could change sounds, change saber colours and even change textures with ease. I must have replayed the whole game from start to finish 20 times.
1999's 'Episode I: Racer' on the N64. The dramatic speed and reaction times needed in this game practicaly meant you had to be a Jedi to beat some of the tracks. You had to play the tracks until you knew every inch of the courses. I played this until I literally couldn't play it anymore... my right thumb would continue twitching for long periods after I'd stopped play!
Over to you guys, let the debate begin!
(There have also been some absolutely terrible SW licenced games along the way so I'd like to hear about them also).
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