6 Awesome Star Wars Video Games in Humble Bundles Huge May the

first_imgLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Star Wars. Something that we just can’t quit even if we wanted to. Every single year, we very proud Geeks take the 4th of May to give thanks to the franchise that made some of us who we are. The franchise that took family drama to a whole new level and allowed us to travel the stars and galaxies. As we celebrate, there are tons of people that are celebrating with us. Humble Bundle happens to be one of them.This always astonishing company is celebrating May the 4th with a bundle of incredible Star Wars games. For low, low prices, you’re able to get some of the best Star Wars games this side of the planet has to offer. That said, we wouldn’t be celebrating without giving you a few of our recommendations for what to buy in this dope offer. Here are 6 of the coolest games in the Humble Bundle pack. Game on and May the 4th Be With You.Lego Star Wars – The Complete Sagavia Star Wars / Humble BundleIf you’ve never played a Lego game before, I’d suggest you start now. They’re honestly some of the best games that you can play, but also allow yourself to turn your brain off. There’s no high-risk strategy, no big colossal moment that happens. If you die, pick yourself up and start the mission again. You and Legos playing together side by side in harmony. Lego Star Wars – The Complete Saga is one of those lego games you can chill out with. In this game, you’ll be playing the Lego versions of Episodes I through Episode VI. Ever wanted to play as Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker or Anakin Skywalker as a Lego figure? Here’s your chance! Move through the bricks of the galaxy as your favorite characters (there are over 120 of them) with puzzles and missions galore.Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroesvia Star Wars / Humble BundleStar Wars: The Clone Wars was the sleeper hit that everyone should be apart of at least once. If you weren’t a fan of Episodes I through III, Star Wars: The Clone Wars is what you wished the characters would have been. The show carries great adventures that fit perfectly in the Star Wars canon take are great, dramatic suspenseful and hilarious. With Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes, you’re able to play as some of the lead characters in that show. This includes the sassy Obi-Wan. ever-lovely Anakin Skywalker, and fan-favorite Ahsoka. The game takes place between Season 1 and Season 2. While you’re playing, you can sneak in a little bit of a binge watch as you go along.Star Wars: Jedi Knight – Jedi Academyvia Star Wars / Humble BundleBy clicking on this article, I assume you’ve always wanted or even considered being a Jedi at one point. You’ve probably thought of what it might be like to follow in the footsteps of the Jedi or follow the path to the dark side. If we’re honest here, I know I have at multiple points in my lifetime. (Yesterday, for example.) In Jedi Academy, allows you do that and more.This game is apart of the Jedi Knight series with Dark Forces, Dark Forces II, Mysteries of the Sith and Jedi Outcast coming before it. With this game, you train as a Jedi Knight. You’ll learn the ways of the Force by the ultimate Jedi Master Luke Skywalker. In this game, you’ll make your own Jedi and also, build your own Lightsaber, both the blade color and the hilt. If that’s not the coolest thing, I don’t know what is.Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republicvia Star Wars / Humble BundleI’m going to keep this one short and sweet because this is a game that everyone should play at least once. Or twice, or three times. Knights of the Old Republic is one of the best Star Wars role-playing games that’s out there. It takes place WAY before the Galatic Empire, and the Jedi have fallen to the Sith. However, like any good game, you choose if you want to save the Republic or fall down into the deep rabbit hole of the Dark Side. Knights of the Old Republic was one of the first RPG’s I played in the Star Wars Universe that wasn’t pencil and paper. This game is incredibly detailed. With the bonus pressure of you being the person that can help get the galaxy back in order. You know, absolutely no pressure what so ever.Star Wars: The Force Unleashed IIvia Star Wars / Humble BundleNo offense to the first one, but The Force Unleashed II is SO very epic. We have a new anti-hero on the scene for this one. In the form of Galen Marek aka Starkiller aka Darth Vader’s secret apprentice. We could get into the entire history of Galen Marek, but let’s keep that long story short. Marek is one very power Force-user born of two Jedi Knights. Vader trained Marek who showed him a whole new world when it came to using the dark side of the Force. From there, Marek became an assassin for Vader.What’s interesting about The Force Unleashed II is that Marek is truly an anti-hero kind of becoming a hero. He’s very much trying to find himself among the chaos of the galaxy. Meanwhile, Vader sits back and tries to clone him. It’s honestly incredible. The Force Unleashed II is an unbelievably impressive game that we can’t recommend enough.Star Wars: Battlefront IIvia Star Wars / Humble BundleWere you disappointed by Battlefront II (2017)? Do you still grumble everytime someone mentions the game? Are you slightly excited about the Han Solo beard you’ll be getting in the 2017 game? If you’re still disappointed and not waiting for Han Solo Season, why not give the original Battlefront II (2005) a try!This first and third-person shooter isn’t like the game of today but still carries that narrative-structure. Battlefront II (2005) takes place between The Clone Wars and the Galatic Civil War. You’re apart of the 501st Legion of Stormtroopers, and you go up against the opposing side on the battlefields. I still own and play this game on PSP because I refuse to give it up. However, they’ve actually patched up the game in the recent months and brought in massive updates. If you want to play the game with the old and the new, this is the time to do it.Check out all the Star Wars Video Games and the Humble Bundle pack!last_img

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