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GOG Adds Star Wars Games

Posted on January 22, 2015 at 1:06 pm by Stephen Janes

Star Wars_Republic Commando

Three classic LucasArts titles are now available to download on GOG.com with three more expected to be released on January 27th. GOG or Good Old Games has added to their LucasArts collection with many amazing Star Wars titles that if you already don’t own, need to.

Today, GOG.com added Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3DStar Wars Rebellion and  Star Wars Empire at War: Gold Pack to their service. Rogue Squadron and Rebellion are making their digital distribution premiere, as GOG points out. Rogue Squadron is absolutely worth checking out on the PC.

Available on January 27th, GOG will add Star Wars Republic CommandoStar Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II and Star Wars Starfighter. Republic Commando is one of my favorite Star Wars titles ever and I would absolutely love to revisit that storyline.

GOG is planning on releasing more games from the LucasArts vault in 2015, but they already have eighteen titles from the Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Monkey Island and Sam & Max franchises. In other words, expect to relive your childhood in the most grand way possible.

LucasArts officially shut down its developer wing in 2013 after it was purchased by Disney Interactive. It remains open as a licensor, although it only employs ten people. LucasArts was originally known as Lucasfilm Games until it was renamed in the nineties.

Which game are you excited to play again? Who is your favorite squad member from Delta Squad? Share your answers in the comment section below.

Stephen Janes is also co-host of the Pixelated Podcast and occasionally writes. You can follow his gaming nonsense on Twitter.

    • Dark Forces II: Jedi Knight! And all the X-Wing games. They have Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis on there too! I spent so many hour playing these games in my youth! I can’t wait to relive it!

    • Andrew K

      If I have played none of these, which should I definitely pick up?

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