Friday, June 1, 2018

Xbox Game Pass Adds Classic Star Wars Games

The Force is Strong with Xbox Game Pass this June as some Xbox and Xbox 360 titles got you covered.

If you have played Star Wars Battlefront II and watched Star Wars: The Last Jedi from last year but still yearning for more Star Wars, then you may need a dose of some classic titles and Xbox Game Pass has just the thing for you. From June 1, you are going to be treated with four fan-favorite games to celebrate one year anniversary of Microsoft's online-based gaming subscription service. If you do not own a membership, you can just start over by trying out a 14-day Free Trial right away!

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Xbox Game Pass Adds Classic Star Wars Games

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For a $9.99 only per month, you can subscribe for the service and enjoy a vast number of games from many genres from a single library of collection.

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic on Xbox Game Pass

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Players assume the role of a Jedi from three different character classes in this iconic role-playing game from developer BioWare. KTOR tasks you to save Galactic Empire from the threat of Darth Revan's former trainee Darth Malak. Not only saving the Jedi Order is up to you but your actions heavily affect in-game plot to progress in this turn-based epic release. Aided by two companions at your side, you unlock mastery over skills or Force powers as you level-up playing the game.

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed on Xbox Game Pass

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
When Emperor Palpatine sends his apprentice Darth Vader after Jedi Kento Marek on Kashyyyk following the events of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith, he took the Force-sensitive child of his fallen opponent Galen Marek to be his own pupil. Taking an alias of "Starkiller", you go after all remaining Jedi on behalf of your master and then someday killing The Emperor to rule the galaxy alongside your mentor. This one is your ticket to become a bad-ass villain the universe will tremble against.

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II on Xbox Game Pass

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
Starkiller is back again but he is not exactly who you think and it sounds quite confusing of course. He escapes from Kamino looking for his love interest Juno Eclipse after a vision of his former master Darth Vader starts haunting him. To save her, you will have to outrace galaxy's best bounty hunter Boba Fett from finding her first. You can either choose the path of righteousness and play for the Light Side or just let the Dark Side consume you as you destroy everything that stands in your path.

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Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga on Xbox Game Pass

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Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
You enter the game to explore all six episodes from Star Wars saga and collect Gold Bricks as you do. It's you chance to re-live the entire franchise but presented in a less serious tone like any other release from Lego. Keep your search for those bricks from The Phantom Menace to Return of the Jedi and you may end up finding all of them while having some fun doing it throughout 36 different levels. This action-adventure title is designed to entertain you and any young members from your family.

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We are not saying that you have to be pleased with only a few classic Star Wars games with Xbox Games Pass. In fact, you can get a lot more because they recently added newer releases like Mega Man Legacy Collection 2, MotoGP 17, The Technomancer and Wasteland 2: Director's Cut as well. Their catalogue of game collection already has more than over 150 titles already and is only expanding. Some of those backwards compatible games now features support 4K support and are Xbox One X enhanced.