Star Wars video games: A visual history

We recap the last 27 years of video games based on George Lucas's enormously influential Star Wars franchise.

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TIE Fighter (PC) is the first Star Wars game that lets you play from the Empire's point of view. It also improves on the X-Wing formula and is more challenging, especially since three of the five Imperial fighters in the game lack shields. The expansion, Defender of the Empire, is the first game where Darth Vader flies as is your wingman. What makes Super Return of the Jedi (SNES) stand out is how it allows you to select your character before a level. The horrible Star Wars Arcade, a 3D shoot-em-up for the Sega Genesis' misguided 32X hardware extension, pales in comparison to the PC space sims.

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