George Lucas created the Star Wars franchise in the 1970s, and undoubtedly it is one of the most popular franchises in the world. The Star Wars franchise provides a great story, the marketing innovates, and the plot is easy to follow. Star Wars movies have been one of my favorite movies since I was a young child.
There are a total of ten Star Wars Series, and if I had to choose my favorite out of them, it would be Star Wars Episode VIII, The Last Jedi. This masterpiece was released in 2017 and is the most controversial movie in the Star Wars Franchise.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi follows up where The Force Awakens left off two years ago as the first instalment in the series’ new trilogy. It might be difficult to track where each “Star Wars” title fits into the grand scheme.
Director Rian Johnson’s brisk pace and the likeable actors help to minimize the story’s complexities. Like most modern action films, this one unfolds as a series of battles, chases, and time-outs over two or more narrative threads.
The story of this movie was amazing; the plot and everything I saw captivated and enthralled me. The characters, the story, effects, musical score, mystery, surprises, and conflict amazed me to the very core, not to mention the truth about what really happened to Luke Skywalker and why he completely shut himself off from the Force and vanished without a trace was so exciting for me.
Moreover, along with the iconic movies of the Star Wars franchise, they also released a dozen incredible Star Wars Games.
My favorite Star Wars game would be Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. This game features the story of Star Wars, the Phantom Menace to The Rise of Skywalker. This game evoked nostalgia in me as it features episodes one to nine. Lego Star Wars features simple yet compelling gameplay and a funny, tongue-in-cheek sense of humor that reminded me of why I fell in love with Star Wars as a child.
There are hundreds of playable characters in the game and iconic ships and vehicles. The fighting mechanism in the game is also surprisingly deep, allowing players to perform complex combinations.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga delivers on TT Games’ promise of providing the ultimate Star Wars experience. I experienced this, and undoubtfully there is no other experience like this. If you’ve played any of the studio’s previous Lego games, you might understand what I am talking about, as the core premise in the last Lego games will be familiar.
That’s not it; the details about the different worlds are gorgeous, and there is so much to do. The open-world feature, along with other huge amounts of puzzles and side quests, brings life to this game.
After playing for a few hours, I could tell how amazing this game was, and the developers put so much effort into making this game.
It is fair to say that I enjoyed nearly every Star Wars Movie and Game ever released.