Well, it may have started a long time ago, in this very same galaxy that we are in, but the final episode of the epic, 42-years-in-the-making, Star Wars nonology finally releases today. To celebrate this historic occasion in popular culture, I've decided to take a look back at a handful of games that have made the jump from that universe since then. While there are dozens of releases I could consider from the past four decades, I've decided to narrow it down to just a few that I have particularly enjoyed and/or played the most over that time frame. So, without further ado, I humbly present to you, 6 of my very favorite Star Wars games.
Welcome back to the now notable new game releases. This week featured the release of the latest entry in the Darksiders franchise, Darksiders: Genesis, which saw the much-needed return of Joe Mad(ureira) and his other ex-Vigil coworkers (now at Airship Syndicate) to the series. Other reasons to be excited about this game (as if that wasn't enough by itself) include the fact that this game is actually a series prequel that mixes things up with a top-down, loot-focused, action RPG style, the fact that it features optional two-player co-op this time around, or the fact that it finally introduces Strife, the long-awaited gun-toting fourth horseman, to the franchise.
Also out just recently, Steam versions of Halo - The Master Chief Collection and Red Dead Redemption II, and a Switch version of the scary-as-hell (but in a good way) Alien: Isolation. Fight through Hell and back, then jump past the break to see more new releases from the last three weeks.
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