Gamers looking forward to adding “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order” to their collection can own a piece of gaming history thanks to a new “Star Wars” cabinet that combines three classic games based on their original trilogy.
The release states that Arcade1Up’s Star Wars At-Home Arcade includes Atari’s arcade adaptations of “Star Wars,” “The Empire Strikes Back,” and “Return of the Jedi.” It is contained within a five-foot cabinet for $499.99. Additionally, it will include the original controller: the flight yoke.
Currently, old-school Atari games are being released in modern cases, the arcade cabinet is a throwback in a proper throwback case.
The vector graphics for the first two games were highly praised then and are fondly remembered by gamers. They have even been included as Easter eggs in GameCube’s “Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike, Return of the Jedi.” It mirrored the reception of the film it is not as beloved at the first two games. It changes the first-person vector shooter to an isometric raster shooter. It is still cool, but not as iconic. “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order” trophies have been leaked online ahead of the Nov. 15, 2019 release date for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Be warned: the trophy list seems to contain a number of potential spoilers. However, it is difficult to conclude what constitutes a spoiler this far from the release date. Those who do not want to risk it: Spoiler alert from here onward.
The first two trophies to talk about are the “Sabersmith” and “Blade Master” trophies. They suggest there will be numerous lightsaber types in “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order” that players can unlock and customize throughout gameplay with the associated image on Blade Master implying dual-wielding may be an option for players who want to double up the swordplay as protagonist Cal Kestis.
“Scum and Villainy” reveals there will be multiple Bounty Hunters to track down and kill while “I Knew He Was No Good” refers to a former Jedi Master Cal will be defeating at some point during his escapes from the Empire. There will be Wookies, however, there is no word on whether or not Chewbacca is one of them.
Games Radar hopes that the biggest and best surprises from “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order” have not been ruined by the online leak of trophies. The game will be released on Nov. 15. May the Force be with you as you navigate the internet over the next week.
By Jeanette Vietti
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