NeoGAFs Kent Brockman
With the release of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, we look back at the best Star Wars video games of all time and rank them to see which games are the best in the galaxy.
- The first game mentioned is Star Wars: Dark Forces, a first-person shooter that features solid graphics and level design, and introduced Kyle Katarn, a major character in Star Wars video games for years to come.
[*] Star Wars Battlefront 2 is praised for its engaging single-player story mode and the addition of playable heroes and villains like Darth Vader and prequel era Obi-Wan, and space assault.
[*] Knights of the Old Republic 2 has an unfinished release but still has fans who have restored much of its cut content. Its story features a darker take on Bioware's approach to KOTOR, with its main character being the Jedi Exile.
[*] Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a recent single-player game that is one of the best. Players control Padawan Cal Kestis as he tries to complete his training and rebuild the Jedi Order, and the game features a soulsborne S combat system that can be challenging but rewarding to master.
[*] Star Wars Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader is an unrepentant arcade game that pitted players against waves of TIE fighters in a variety of familiar Star Wars settings. It also includes bonus ships and missions, and is considered one of the best Star Wars and GameCube games ever.
[*] Jedi Outcast is another game featuring Kyle Katarn, this time embracing the force. The game features a lightsaber combat system that allows players to chain together force powers with different lightsaber stances, making every encounter feel intense.
[*] Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is the latest entry in the Lego Star Wars series and is considered a return to form. It allows players to play as almost any character in the Star Wars universe and play