Star Wars Day Offers Sale Items on Star Wars Games

May 4th marks the Star Wars Day and in line with that, some classic and modern Star Wars games are offered on sale prices on several services like PSN, Steam, Good Old Games and Xbox Live as per the report of IGN news.

8:51 AM EDT 4/30/2015 by Aishwarya, Celebeat Reporter

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May 4th marks the Star Wars Day and in line with that, some classic and modern Star Wars games are offered on sale prices on several services like PSN, Steam, Good Old Games and Xbox Live as per the report of IGN news.

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Discounts abound and is given of up to as much as 77% off the regular price.  Dubbed as "May the 4th Be With You" big sale on Steam, games from new and old Star Wars and were released by LucasArts label, the number of games to choose from are numerous.

Good Old Games (GOG) is even rolling out fairly new items like the FMV rail shooters namely Rebel Assault 1 and 2 can be purchased in a package at $10.  Two Jedi Knight games are also being offered on sale with $2 off its regular price at $10.

For the big items that fans will really go for is the 2015 Star Wars Collection.  Package on sale contain the games Star Wars: Jedi Knight Jedi Academy, Republic Commando, Star Wars Battlefront 2, The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes, Mysteries of the Sith, Knights of the Old Republic, Starfighter and The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition.  Not bad for $23 for all these games.

Games that are included in a bundle are not the only good catch gamers can buy.  Individual Star War games are also good buys in separate bundles and you still get more discounts.

GOG has offerings on the TIE Fighter and X-Wing to the CD-ROM edition and upgraded their sound and graphics as well plus a newly overhauled game flight engine with a sale price of $9.

This grand sale ends on May 7th.

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