In the seemingly endless battle between the light and dark sides first chronicled on the big screen by writer-director George Lucas in 1977, pilots race across space in “Star Wars: Squadrons” (Electronic Arts).
Set aboard a spaceship, “Among Us” (InnerSloth) is an entertaining murder mystery game.
“Crusader Kings III” (Paradox Interactive) sparkles with medieval intrigue and drama.
The walking simulator horror game “The Suicide of Rachel Foster” (Daedelic Games) boasts hauntingly realistic visuals and simple mechanics.
Among the products marketed in connection with the release of writer-director George Lucas’ 1999 “Star Wars” prequel “The Phantom Menace” was the Nintendo 64 game “Star Wars: Episode 1– Racer.”
Faith formation receives a new educational tool in “Wanderlight,” Loyola Press’ first foray into the world of video games.
The battle royale game “Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout” (Devolver Digital) tosses bloody warfare out the window and opts instead for wholesome, comedic competition.
Mobile gamers can now immerse themselves in a nostalgic throwback to pixel role-playing games (RPGs) with “Guardian Tales” (Kakao Games), an homage to the classic “Legend of Zelda” series.