Star Wars: SNES retro classics are coming to PC

Star Wars: SNES retro classics are coming to PC
After the sequel trilogy split the fan base, Star Wars has made up a lot of ground thanks to the quality and success of The Mandalorian. There has been a similar development in the video game world. With Star Wars Battlefront 2 and its nasty real money content, developer Electronic Arts lost a lot of trust, with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Star Wars: Squadrons it was regained. So one can now look forward to further projects with cautious optimism, such as the upcoming open-world Star Wars game from Ubisoft, which apparently officially ends EA games exclusivity.

Recommended editorial content On this one You can find external content from [PLATTFORM]. To protect your personal data, external integrations are only displayed if you confirm this by clicking on "Load all external content": Load all external content I consent to external content being displayed to me. This means that personal data is transmitted to third-party platforms. Read more about our privacy policy . External content More on this in our data protection declaration. And if you want to pass the long waiting time, you can now do so with old SNES classics: The streaming platform Antstream Arcade has added several retro games from the Star Wars universe to its portfolio. The following games are available:

Super Star Wars (1992) Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1993) Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1994) More Star Wars games are planned for the future can be added, for example from the NES era and old arcade machines. In addition, thanks to this deal with LucasFilm Games, other games from the manufacturer will find a new home on the platform in the foreseeable future, including Grim Fandango and Day of the Tentacle as well as the games from the Monkey Island series : We tried Antstream Arcade

Antstream Arcade calls itself the "Netflix for Games" and primarily relies on retro classics. A subscription currently costs ten euros per month.

Source: Press release

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