The 10 Star Wars Games the Internet Can’t Stop Talking About, Ranked

Though Star Wars gaming predates the World Wide Web and modern search engines, gaming site Solitaired has tapped into the power of current search data to understand which Star Wars games feature most heavily on people’s minds today.

The online game platform analyzed the number of monthly online Google, YouTube, Bing, and Yahoo searches for every Star Wars video game dating back to 1982.

Star Wars: Republic Commando

A sterling example of what happens when LucasArts (or one of its myriad partners and successors) tries something new and different with the franchise, 2005’s Republic Commando remains a nostalgic favorite today.

Star Wars: Eclipse

While much about the game remains a mystery, we know a few things. First, it will feature action-adventure gameplay and a “multiple-character branching narrative.” 

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed

The Force Unleashed joins many other Star Wars media set during the 19-year gap between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, bridging the timeline between the prequel and original film trilogies.

Star Wars: Squadrons

Squadrons is a 2020 first-person space combat game set shortly after the ending of the original film trilogy.

Star Wars: Battlefront

The 2004 LucasArts game Star Wars: Battlefront received a 2015 reboot by the same name from EA DICE. The shared title is sixth on our list, with approximately 210,840 global searches each month.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is the fifth most popular Star Wars video game in online search, earning a stunning average of 445,190 searches each month.

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