Since it purchased Lucasfilm in 2012, Disney obtained rights to the Star Wars franchise.

10. Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is a role-playing video game set in the Star Wars universe. Developed by BioWare and published by LucasArts, the game was released for the Xbox on July 15, 2003, and for Microsoft Windows on November 19, 2003. 

Starting off the list is a classic, released in 2003, Knights Of The Old Republic is beloved by fans. Knights Of The Old Republic tells of a story thousands of years before the film trilogy and focuses on a Jedi leaving the Jedi council. The main character, Bastila Shan, must now travel several planets to hunt down the Jedi who left the council. And in doing so, leaves only a dark and cold path for the Jedi traveling with Bastila Shan.

9. Star Wars: 1313

One project Disney canceled was 1313. A video game which revolves around Bobba Fett in his early adulthood. The Star Wars character already has his own novel and comic published but fans are hoping to see a Bobba Fett movie.

 

8. Star Wars: Jedi Night Academy 

The story is simple. A young student by the name of Jaden Korr is being taught by the most powerful Jedi, Luke Skywalker. It is revealed in the newest Star Wars films that Luke Skywalker’s student Kylo Ren turned to the dark side. The storyline is already set so a separate film about Jaden Korr and Kylo Ren will be a magical one for all fans.

7. Star Wars: Republic Commando

Republic Commando centers around a squad of clone troopers left behind on a mission. The squad soon travels with Master Yoda. The video game takes place a year after Star Wars Episode 2: Attack Of The Clones.

6. Star Wars: Empire At War

Disney has already produced a Star Wars film before the beginnings of the Death Star, but Empire At War’s main character is Darth Vader hunting down specific rebels. The video game offers a philosophical point of view from the dark side, in which all fans can enjoy.

5. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 

The video game The Force Unleashed takes place in-between films Revenge Of The Sith and A New Hope. Darth Vader begins to hunt the survivors of Order 66 and upon his hunt he discovers Galen Marek who he feels is strong with the force. Darth Vader trains Galen Marek and soon he would become known throughout the Galaxy as Starkiller. Galen Mark or Starkiller, now takes Vaders place and hunts down the remaining survivors of Order 66. A few of these survivors being the legendary Mace Windu, Obi-Wan, and Master Yoda.

4. Star Wars: Lethal Alliance

One of the beautiful aspects about Star Wars is that you don’t need a lightsaber or a Jedi duel to have epic action. Just a gun and someone who knows how to use it. Rianna Saren, freed from prison now takes on a mission of the whereabouts of the Death Star blueprints. And while Rouge One exist, it would be cool to see another perspective on the mission.

3. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2

Starkiller successfully kills the legendary Jedi Mace Windu and several others who survived Order 66. As Starkiller ventures through the galaxy he seeks to find his own identity and thus leaves Darth Vader. By accident, Starkiller finds Master Yoda and seeks his wisdom. Starkiller is now a mercenary being hunted by bounty hunters, the Rebel Alliance, and the Galactic Empire.

2. Star Wars: The Old Republic 

A sequel to Knights Of The Old Republic, the story now involves a long 28-year war between the Sith and Jedi.

1. Star Wars: Bounty Hunters 

Bounty Hunters is all about Jango Fett and his journey. The video game takes place before the prequel film trilogy showcasing how Jango became the most dangerous, ruthless, and feared bounty hunter in the galaxy.

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Frank Kalaleh strives to have a career in the burgeoning field of esports. While at Saddleback he has taken video journalism as well as the magazine writing/publishing class. His hobbies include comics, video games and studying geek culture as well as walking.

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