Star Wars: KOTOR II
Entering into the Star Wars universe, where the Jedi have been almost nearly crushed by the Sith Lords, you will need to make decisions to help yourself and your people survive. You are playing as a lone Jedi, struggling to reconnect with the Force – odds are completely against you, but you can survive if you are determined
Star Wars: KOTOR II is a fairy new addition to the series, with all of the characters, lightsabers and story you’d recognise from the franchises!
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
Developer: Traveller’s Tales
Genre: Action, Film/TV tie-in, Shooter
Okay, so it might not be the complete saga anymore, but this is probably the cream of the Lego crop. It’s sharp, it’s funny, and it’s full of the sort of simple action that made Traveller’s Tales famous.
You play through all six of the movies, swap between a ridiculous number of characters, and grab lots of bits of Lego to make Lego things with. It’s the humour that makes the game so special, and while the controls aren’t perfect on iOS, they translate pretty darn well.
Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes
Publisher: EA Capital Games
Genre: Action, Film/TV tie-in, RPG
We’ll round things up with a recent card battler. You build a team of characters from across different eras, and pit them in simple RPG-style turn-based battles.
There’s a pretty confusing levelling-up system, but once you get the hang of it you’ll be powering up Jedi and tooling up Clone Troopers with ease. It’s another time-sink, but it’s got a bit of bite, and building up your team can be surprisingly addictive.
Plus you get a Wookiee from the get-go, and that’s nothing to sniff at.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Genre: Action, RPG
Though this is an older Star Wars title, Knights of the Old Republic has a massive following – primarily through the ability to customise your own Jedi or Sith, who you can then play as in the game. This game takes place 4,000 years before the formation of the Galactic Empire, where you can venture to different planets and attempt to defeat Malak.
The customisation options are the real star here – if you want something that really makes you feel like you are in the game, this is one to take a look at.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Publisher: Warner Bros. Games
Hey look, another Lego Star Wars game! This game follows the Skywalker storyline, where you can play as a Lego characters Finn and Rey, who are following an epic story. There are lots of returning characters like Princess Leia, Kylo Ren and Han Solo.
Despite being Lego, there is still action in this game, with epic battles between Kylo Ren and other characters, allowing you to immerse yourself in action and watch bits of Lego go flying.