The Dark Side: The 10 Worst Star Wars Games Ever
Force Commander is a real-time strategy game that follows a young Imperial officer as he works his way up from storm trooper to general, learning along the way that the Empire murdered his father, a discovery which causes him to defect to the Alliance. The game’s events run parallel to, and sometimes intersect with, the events of the original trilogy. But the game’s development took so long that by the time it hit the market, it was sporting dated graphics, buggy and sluggish 3D controls, an ugly user interface, unintelligent AI, and bizarre techno and rock remixes of John Williams’ classic score. Just like Rebellion, fans of the game finally got decent ground combat with the vastly superior Empire at War.