Star Wars games are incredible, and, if you are over 40 years old, i would add historical to that. I remember even this days, after 20 years, how i broke my first joystick playing Tie Fighter. It was awesome! I will write about the Star Wars game series and few PC configurations to play the games at max settings.
Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes – Every Star Wars fan should install this epic mobile RPG. Whether you want a rich grind, smooth turn-based combat, or just like to collect your favorite characters from all eras of the saga, this is simply one of the most satisfying games available on your smartphone or tablet. Through special themed events, Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes continues to expand its offerings with new heroes and familiar worlds to explore — including many inspired by KotOR and other Legends content. Download it on the App Store or Google Play.
Before Disney pulled the plug on it in 2014, Tiny Death Star was a great little way to kill a few hours on your phone. The developers at NimbleBit built on their experience from their previous title, Tiny Tower, to serve up a Star Wars experience like no other. Adding a sense of galactic scale to the business simulation genre, players are invited to build and expand a Death Star by running virtual businesses within it. The game is surprisingly addictive and it loves to throw unexpected challenges at you. If you want to have a go, there are still ways to access the game despite its cancellation, if you know where to look. (Hint: try searching ‘how to play Tiny Death Star’ on Google.) Read more about Star Wars video Games at YourMoneyGeek.
The Rogue Squadron pilots are really the unsung heroes of the Star Wars universe, taking down two Death Stars and an army of AT-ATs, and the Rogue Squadron series rightly shines a light on them. A superb set of action-orientated flight sims, Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader was the best of the bunch. Putting you in control of practically every aerial ship at the Rebel Alliance’s disposal (as well as some Easter Egg secret craft) it looked stunning, making clever use of the Nintendo Gamecube hardware. It also had some cracking missions dotted all over the Star Wars universe, including a super-tough level over the mining planet Bespin.
While multiple-video-card gaming is still a path to great gaming, know that a game must be written to leverage multiple cards properly, and game developers in recent years have been de-emphasizing timely support for CrossFireX and SLI in games. Sometimes this support only emerges well after a game’s debut; sometimes it never comes at all. Also, Nvidia has been putting a damper on SLI in the last couple of years; it has kiboshed support for installing more than two of its late-model cards at the same time, and only a subset of its higher-end cards can be installed in SLI. Our general advice for mainstream buyers is to concentrate on the best single card you can afford.
PC configuration pick of the month to play Star Wars intensive GPU games : Smaller than any other gaming PC on this list, the Zotac Mek Mini is the tiniest PC we’ve seen. Despite its small size, it still packs a wallop with an Intel Core i5 processor and Nvidia RTX 2070. These two powerhouse parts make this a very capable machine for 1440p and even 4K gaming—depending on the title. The Zotac Mek Mini is the perfect desktop to take on the road, and thanks to its incredibly small size, it can fit basically anywhere. While you might think upgrading such a tiny thing will be a pain, flipping a single switch grants access to the system’s memory and storage. Best of all, it’s priced at an agreeable price of $1,500. See extra info at gaming PC.