3. Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
What’s better in the Star Wars games than aerial-based combat and dog-fighting? Rogue Squadron was the best example, creating an entire game out of it. What I loved most was the variety of available ships. While the standard X, Y and A-Wings provided enjoyable combat throughout an engrossing campaign, the creation of the V-wing was welcomed. Even secret crafts like the Naboo Starfighter, Tie Fighter, Millenium Falcon and the Buick meant that the game was as playful as it was serious.