The 50 Best Star Wars Games Of All Time

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#39 – Star Wars: X-Wing Vs. TIE Fighter

Developer: Totally Games

Publisher: LucasArts

Release Date: 30 April, 1997

The penultimate game in this flight combat series, Star Wars: X-Wing Vs. TIE Fighter was truly unique. The game required the use of a joystick and contained no single player elements at all.

While the later addition of an expansion pack added a single player campaign, X-Wing Vs TIE Fighter was primarily focused around its multiplayer options which offered up to eight-player games over a variety of modes.

The game was developed in a small window of just 14 months, and is generally seen as the weakest game of this highly-rated series.

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