Here are the top Star-Wars PC games.
Star Wars Episode I: Racer
It’s a massive surprise to see Episode I Racer so high up in your list, but it certainly deserves its position. Not to be confused with the equally excellent Star Wars: Racer Arcade, which was released by Sega in 2000, Episode I: Racer is a glorious futuristic racer from LucasArts that comes close to toppling F-Zero GX as the best example of the genre on Nintendo’s 64-bit console. Alongside thefinal lightsaber duel, the pod race is easily the highlight of The Phantom Menace, so it’s fitting that LucasArts did everything it could to match the excitement that the original cinematic sequence offered. There are a large number of ships and courses to unlock and an excellent two-player mode (although the PC version could support up to eight via a local network). Graphically it’s superb, particularly the N64 version which benefits from the Expansion Pack to increase the game’s textures. There was also an exclusive bundle on N64, which is slowly rising in value. The Dreamcast and PC versions are better due to being on more powerful hardware, but as many of you mentioned Nintendo’s version by name it’s the one we’ve decided to focus on.