Kinect Star Wars Showed Lucasfilm’s Games Don’t Be So Serious
By integrating humour and silly dance minigames, the Kinect Star Wars games demonstrated that the franchise doesn't need to take itself too seriously.
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The Star Wars property has given rise to a diverse range of media, including books, movies, and video games. It's not unexpected that Star Wars has a lot of plot material.
With Kinect Star Wars, Lucasarts took a chance by including some fun game modes that offered a change of pace from the frequently grim stories.
Jedi Destiny, Rancor Rampage, Podracing, Duels of Fate, and Galactic Dance-off are some of its game modes.
While Kinect Star Wars is divisive among players, the main mode, Jedi Destiny, continues the tradition of having a plot with a darker tone.
Star Wars video games don't have to be always serious; it's good to see some lighthearted moments for a li
ttle comic relief, like the Greez cutscene in Jedi: Fallen Order.
Kinect The Galactic Dance-off mode in Star Wars features Han Solo dancing to the tune "I'm Han Solo,"
which is one of the game's memorable moments for gamers.
The same risks that Lucasarts took to explore a variety of genres in its games must be taken by Lucasfilm Games.