SNES

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I’m a huge dorkus malorkus for Star Wars, even going so far to order my wife to play the Emperor’s March at my funeral.  I annually play through the Super Star Wars trilogy on the SNES, the greatest trilogy of games on the system (I’ll write about this another day).  Though Super Star Wars is only loosely tied to the film, with much needed liberties taken to flesh out the platforming, it is the gunning and lightsaber slashing through the Star Wars universe that captivates me, that takes me back to the characters and worlds I wanted to explore further in the movies.