From exploring the wonders of space by force to fountains of cuteness we count 15 of the greatest glitches to have broken our games.
15 – The Force Unleashed,
- This game doesn’t have the best level design, it doesn’t have a good story and honestly I don’t feel like it fits properly into the star wars universe.
- However, with that said: you really feel like you control the force in a way similar to the movies, which makes it worth playing for just about any Star Wars fan or just someone who wants to be psychic knight bashing up droids.
- Just keep in mind there’s more quick time events than is necessary, you may find yourself hating cutscenes more than you hate the special-snowflake that is the main character, I mean his name is Starkiller, you can’t get much more Mary Sue than that.
14 – Shadows of the Empire,
- Shadows of the Empire is almost the opposite of The Force Unleashed, the gameplay is clunky and hinders the experience, however, it does share one similarity in that the level design is also pretty damn terrible.
- The narrative is where Shadows really shines, with an original story that will pull you through the game to the end.
- With that said you might be better off just watching the cutscenes on YouTube instead of dragging yourself through the atrocity to the concept of fun that is Shadow’s ‘gameplay’.
13 – LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga,
- While this is a kids game that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth playing, the gameplay and collecting can and will get old very quick but the humour, the relaxing nature of the game and a compulsion to get everything will keep you playing.
- This game will also pull you in if you love studs, no not a hunk of raunchy man-meat but instead a piece of Lego that allows you to unlock items and characters so you can collect more studs to unlock more things to collect more studs.
12 – Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter,
- While this isn’t even the best flight sim that Lucas Arts has to offer it’s still a fun game fully worth playing if you feel like flying with ships from the prequels and while I’m not the biggest fan of the prequels, to say the least, they still offer some cool looking spacecraft.
- Something I’ve neglected to mention earlier is that the sound design is a big part of what makes a Star Wars game feel right and Jedi Starfighter nails the sound execution, but then so does most of the games here.
- Ultimately this game is for people who’ve played the other flight-sims too much and for some weird reason is sick of TIE-Fighters and X-Wings.
11 – Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back,
- The best, hardest and most rewarding of the SNES Super Star Wars series, with some fun force powers, a password save system and great looking 16-bit graphics this game holds up very well.
- The main two downfalls would be the hidden force powers and the loose connection to the movies, if you didn’t have to find the force powers and instead gained them in a more logical fashion the game would be much improved.
- If you want to play Super Empire you just have to buy it on the Wii store on virtual console, or you could be totally unscrupulous and obtain it through more dastardly means.