John Concrane September 25, 2019

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 talk about the Star Wars game series and few PC prebuilt to play the games at max settings.

Star Wars: Republic Commando – With clone commandos being added to DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront II in this month’s big September update, now’s the perfect time to dive into this incredible classic. Republic Commando is a bold and brilliant shooter centered around the use of your entire four-trooper squad. It’s a gritty tale of war that manages to stay intimate in scope, and it begins right at zero hour, on the planet Geonosis. Grab it on, Steam, or Xbox One.

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 on YourMoneyGeek.

There have been so many released, it’s difficult to remember that the LEGO games as we now know them kicked off in the Star Wars universe. Originally split across two titles, one focussing on each trilogy, LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga was the ultimate version pulling two sizeable games into one massive package. Shrinking down the epic galaxy to cutesy proportions, each key scene from the movies is charmingly brought to life in block form. It’s packed full of unlockables and perfect for on-the-couch multiplayer with a young padawan in tow. A tie-in game done right.

Most gaming systems will come preinstalled with a single midrange or high-end graphics card; higher-priced systems will naturally have better cards, since purchase price typically correlates with animation performance and visual quality. AMD and Nvidia make the graphics processors, or GPUs, that go into these cards, which are made by third parties such as Asus, EVGA, Gigabyte, MSI, PowerColor, Sapphire, and XFX (to name just a few).

PC custom build pick of the month to play Star Wars intensive GPU games : If you’re thinking I just want a regular tower after looking through mini-PCs, cube PC, and a gaming PC that’s basically a triangle, the Omen Desktop is the system for you. It’s about as normal as gaming PC get from the major brands, but it still incorporates a few tricks like the two top panels that open to reveal hot-swappable hard drive bays. The system is pretty well loaded as far as gaming PCs go. Users can configure their system with up to an Intel Core i7-9700K processor and Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti graphics as seen above. It costs a pretty penny at $2,350, but it’s a solid system that will take anything on and is easy to upgrade without tools. See more info at Best gaming PC.