Star Wars Squadrons (Xbox One)
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- Hop into the pilot's seat in this thrilling Star Wars single-player story, or take off in thrilling multiplayer modes
- Set after the events of Return of the Jedi, near the conclusion of the Galactic Civil War, you'll battle for the galaxy for the New Republic or the Empire
- Master the art of intense starfighter combat in an authentic piloting experience where you're right there in the cockpit
- Engage in intense 5-on-5 multiplayer dogfights and plan skirmishes with your squadron in the briefing room to tip the scales in fleet battles throughout space
- Triumph as a team and complete tactical objectives across stunning battlefields, including the gas giant of Yavin Prime and the shattered moon of Galitan
- Take control of various classes of starfighters, such as the A-wing, the X-wing, the TIE fighter, and the TIE bomber
- Modify and customise your ship and your squadron to crush the opposition
- Climb the ranks as you play and unlock new components such as weapons, hulls, engines, shields, and cosmetic items
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- Game Disc
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Of the 527 reviewers who responded, 493 would recommend this product.
- Worthy successor to the legendary X-Wing series- November 13, 2020
At its core, Star Wars Squadrons is a 5v5 multiplayer arena game, but to those of us that grew up playing games in the classic X-Wing series, it'll feel like a trip down memory lane. Each of the eight starfighters you can fly feel distinct from one another, and some light simulation elements like power management, shield positioning, and equipping aftermarket systems helps the game feel like a successor to the old X-wing games with modern ease-of-use improvements. The story mode may be short, but it has some interesting and varied combat, but the true star is the multiplayer, especially fleet battles. Finding a team that works together to take down a Star Destroyer is a blast, and you'll want to do it again.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Seems like it was made in a basement- January 8, 2021
I am a lifelong Star Wars fan. This game can be fun but it's not very good. I got it on sale for about $20 and I'd say that's a fair price for a fair / mediocre game. It is very buggy, seems unfinished and at points unplayable. Sometimes a mission objective or tutorial will just stay on screen for no reason and you have to restart your Xbox and the mission to make it go away. When flying your squadron flies near you like decals on your screen. It looks like something that a group of devs on Steam could make in a couple months. The cutscenes are boring, pointless and cookie cutter and the UI at home base seems like it was maybe made for VR or for a mouse because you just aim at stuff and press a button. I would avoid this game, honestly.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Worth the 40 dollars- October 3, 2020
If you're on the fence about buying this game i recommend you get it. The game has a pretty long campaign for 40 dollars (6-8hours) which was the main reason i bought it for. The campaign is more of a cool tutorial but still fun nonetheless. Customization for your ship is insane, being able to change your ships color to adding ewok bobble heads their's a lot of variety. Haven't played fleet battles as of this review but it looks fun. Buy the game if you just want more star wars goodness or if you're a hardcore flight sim kinda guy.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.