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This is a list of references to Star Wars in video games.

AdventureQuestEdit

AdventureQuest WorldsEdit

  • There are some beam weapons in AdventureQuest Worlds known as 'Star Swords' - with the description "This blade seems to harness the power of light itself. It's a force to be reckoned with" - which is a reference to lightsabers and the Force. This includes variations of this, namely 'Sun Sabre', 'Red Star Sword', 'Heart Sabre' and 'Golden Starsword'. Plus there are weapons known as WarpForce Beamswords with the corresponding color in the name (they are from a game called WarpForce which was created by the same company). On top of that, there is a Captain's Plasma Blade and (to a lesser extent) a Star Slasher which also resemble lightsabers.

AfterlifeEdit

Age of Empires II: The Age of KingsEdit

  • In the 4th Saladin campaign, the Master of the Templar says "If you strike me down now, I will become more powerful than you can possibly imagine", the same as Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

ArcanumEdit

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  • Outside the city of Tarant is a ghetto neighborhood called the Boil, controlled by rival gangs, an area so dangerous the town guards dare not enter. One of the guards refers to it as a "wretched hive of scum and villainy," quoting Obi-Wan Kenobi from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, referring to Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope a package for an alchemist named Jongle Donne, the shopkeeper in Dernholm tells you, "That wizard is just a crazy old man," quoting Owen Lars from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • The main character's companion and sidekick Virgil encounters his old mentor who turned him from a life of petty thievery, a priest named Father Joachim. In the good path, this encounter provides helpful information. In the evil path, Joachim appears to make a desperate plea for Virgil to stop, and when he refuses, tries to stand in his way. One of Virgil's taunts to Joachim is "Your powers are weak, old man," quoting Darth Vader from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

The Bard's TaleEdit

  • At one point the Bard, the player's character, is involved in the summoning of a ghost. When the ghost vanishes without finishing its warning, the Bard protests to the summoner that he "Bring him back! Play back the entire message!".

BlackSite: Area 51Edit

  • While driving through a trench in an enemy controlled oil refinery; one of your allies (who is driving the jeep you are riding in) will say the following: "Red leader, I've turned off my targeting computer. I find your lack of faith disturbing." This is in response to another teammate complaining about the fact that the driver is not using a GPS

Body HarvestEdit

  • Amongst many references to modern culture in the scenery and signs, on the island of Java in 1947, a torpedo boat is found in a small village called Mosy Isle, a reference to Mos Eisley. The sign in town reveals Mosy Isle to be "a wretched hive of scum and villainy. Be cautious."

Bloons Tower DefenseEdit

  • In Bloons Tower Defense 4, the last upgrade to the Boomerang Thrower, it gives the tower a double-bladed lightsaber and jedi robes
  • In Bloons Tower Defense 5, the last upgrade to the Super Monkey on the second path is called a Technological Terror and in the description it says "be proud of this Technological Terror you've constructed...", a parody of Darth Vader in A New Hope on his comment to an Officer; "Don't be too proud of this technological terror you've constructed"

BotaniculaEdit

  • The protagonists have a lightsaber fight with a spider during the bonus cinematic at the end of the game.

Broken Sword: The Shadow of the TemplarsEdit

Broken Sword: The Sleeping DragonEdit

  • During the scene inside the Armillary the Grand Master (whose robes are similar to those worn by Darth Sidious) kills Susarro with a power that resembles Force lightning.

Call of Duty: Black OpsEdit

  • In the Zombie mode called "Five," President Kennedy says "Ancient weapons are no substitute for a ray gun at your side," referencing Han Solo's line in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • In the Zombie mode called "Five," President Kennedy says "And I thought they smelled bad on the outside," referencing Han Solo's line in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
  • One of the achievements is entitled "Fully Armed and Operational," referencing Emperor Palpatine's line in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

Call of Duty: World at WarEdit

  • In Call of Duty: World at War, there is an Achievement/Trophy from the second DLC Map Pack titled "It's a Trap," referencing Admiral Ackbar's line from Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

Chrono CrossEdit

  • A possible reference made is when Lynx turns out to be Serge's long-lost father. Unlike Star Wars, a ghost child Crono tells Serge's father Wazuki is Lynx.

Chrono TriggerEdit

  • In Norstein Bekkler's lab, there is a mini game that involves three soldiers named Vicks, Wedge, and Piette. They were named after Biggs Darklighter ("Vicks" is a translation error), Wedge Antilles, and Admiral Piett. In the 2008 DS re-release of this game, "Vicks" is corrected to "Biggs".

Civil War Secret MissionsEdit

  • On many ocassions, the troopers say "I have a bad feeling about this".

Conker's Bad Fur DayEdit

  • When Conker first meets Gregg, he will say "Aren't you a little short to be a Grim Reaper?", just like Leia says "Aren't you a little to short for a Stormtrooper?" when she first meets Luke in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  • The window behind The Panther King is the same as the one in Emperor's Throne Room
  • Also, in the remake a whole level is based on Star Wars. The squirrels land on Doon, which is very similar to Tatooine, with the Millennium Falcon, and their mission is to kill the frozen Panther King, just like Han Solo.

Crash Bandicoot (series)Edit

  • In Crash Twinsanity, the first time you see the Robotic Ants, they have weapons that resemble lightsabers.
  • In Crash Tag Team Racing, Pasadena says "Striking me down will only make me stronger".
  • In Crash Tag Team Racing, Coco says "Judge me by my size do you?", and " Red leader, I'm starting my run!" (You must activate a removed character lines cheat to hear the latter). Cortex will also say "Impressive, most impressive."
  • In Crash of the Titans, Uka Uka says "A tremor in the Mojo! The last time I felt it was in the presence of my older brother, Aku Aku." Also the title for the first level is "A New Hop".
  • In Crash: Mind Over Mutant, N.Gin makes his first appearance in the game with a staff and briefly impersonates the bray of a Tusken Raider.

Custom RoboEdit

  • At one point in the game, the character Marcei ends up acting unusual, with her apparently being reluctant to fight. The only thing known about her reasons had something to do with her brother Sergei, until Harry gets her to snap out of it during the Custom Robo tournament. It is later revealed that she had been acting this way because she recognized one of the high-ranking officers to the Z-Syndicate as being Sergei, similar to Luke Skywalker's behavior upon learning that Darth Vader was in fact his father.
    • In addition, Sergei eventually turns on his boss, Oboro, similar to Vader turning against Palpatine. Both instances also involved their family members as being the reason for turning against them (Marcei in Sergei's case, Luke in Vader's case).

DaxterEdit

  • In the cutscene where Osmo gives Daxter an electric fly-swatter, he calls it "An elegant weapon of a more civilized time", quoting Ben Kenobi's famous line.

Day of the TentacleEdit

  • A portrait of Darth Vader can be seen on a Star Wars calendar behind the front desk in the mansion's lobby.
  • In the TV commercial where Bernard Bernoulli hears about the real diamond, the commercial's announcer says that the phone number for the diamond is 1-800-STAR WARS. This was (at the time) the number for the LucasArts Store.
  • An Imperial stormtrooper helmet can be found on top of a shelf in the tentacles' bedroom.

Dead SpaceEdit

  • At one point in the game, Zach Hammond says, "I have a really bad feeling about this."
  • There is an achievement called "Don't get cocky, kid.", referencing Han Solo's line.

Dead Space 3Edit

Deus ExEdit

  • A list of movies rented by the protagonists brother, Paul Denton, includes Blue Harvest, as well as the fictional film See You Next Wednesday which is referenced in most John Landis films.
  • The game also features the Dragon's Tooth sword, a nanotechnology based weapon with a resemblance to the lightsaber.

DiscworldEdit

  • At one point of the game Rincewind says: "Luke, I am your father."

Donkey Kong CountryEdit

  • Some of the levels that take place on houses on high trees, such as "Tree Top Town" is reminiscent of the Ewok village in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and Star Wars:Ewoks.

Dragon Age OriginsEdit

  • The quest "Rescue the Queen". After confronting Arl Howe, the next time you find Queen Anora she will be wearing a guard's uniform. A possible greeting is "Aren't you a little short to be a guard?"

Dragon BallEdit

  • One of King Piccolo's attack's is named Don't Get Cocky Kid, a reference to Han Solo's famous line.

Wikipedia:DragonFableEdit

  • One of the missions is called "Run of the Kessel" and it involves the piloting of a ship called the Kessel, which is described as being the fastest ship ever in the game. This is a definite reference to the Kessel run mentioned in Star Wars IV a New Hope by Han Solo.

Duke Nukem 3DEdit

  • After encountering a corpse dressed in stormtrooper armor hanging upside down in a cavern in the "Lunar Reactor" level, Duke Nukem comments with "Now this is a force to be reckoned with!"
    • In the Steam release of the Megaton Edition, finding the corpse earns the achievement "Duke, use the force!", the emblem for the achievement features a picture of Duke in Jedi robes and holding a lightsaber.

Ed, Edd n' Eddy: The Mis-EdventuresEdit

  • In the bonus level "Rebel Robot Ranch", Edd wields a lightsaber in place of his normal ruler.

Elder Scrolls III: MorrowindEdit

  • One of the cities in the game is called Balmora, a possible reference to the planet Balmorra.

Elder Scrolls III: BloodmoonEdit

  • When exploring the ice cave of Bjorn, one can find a skeleton hanging upside down from the ceiling of the ice cavern, reaching for his sword, a reference to Luke's imprisonment by the wampa in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

The Elder Scrolls IV: OblivionEdit

  • During the Battle of Kvatch, when the player character enters the Oblivion Gate, there will be a river of lava a short distance away from the sole survivor of the battle. Though the body is burned far beyond recognition, it is missing two legs, severed at the knee, and one arm, a possible reference to Darth Vader.

Elder Scrolls V: SkyrimEdit

  • Like in Bloodmoon, when exploring Bleakcoast Cave, you'll find a snow troll near another skeleton hanging upside down from the ceiling and reaching for his sword in the ice.

Fallout: New VegasEdit

  • In Fallout: New Vegas, if you select the Wild Wasteland trait, you will find the burnt corpses of two people named Owen and Beru outside of a camper in the town of Nipton.
  • After killing an assassin attempting to kill NCR president, Aaron Kimball, the player can radio the head of security. When asked for a report, the player has the option to respond with the line, "We're all fine here, thank you! How are you?".

Fate: The Traitor SoulEdit

  • In Fate: The Traitor Soul the player can equip a glowing sword initled "Lite Sabre" that go alongsides another glowing blade intitled "Light Sword" that resembles Sting from The Lord of the Rings.

Final Fantasy seriesEdit

  • Throughout the Final Fantasy games, there are the minor characters Biggs and Wedge which pay homage to the characters Biggs Darklighter and Wedge Antilles. First appearing in VI, Biggs (called "Vicks" in the original translation as in Chrono Trigger and later corrected in later releases) and Wedge are Imperial Soldiers escorting the witch, Terra. In VII, Biggs and Wedge are members of Barret Wallace's rebel group AVALANCHE. In VIII, Biggs are Wedge are Galbadian Soldiers that serve as comic relief. In the Japanese version of Final Fantasy IX, they are guards on the route between Alexandria and Lindblum. (In the International Versions, they are named "Tall Guard" and "Short Guard" for unknown reasons.) In Final Fantasy X, they are Blitzball players. In Final Fantasy XI, Biggs and Wedge are Aht Urghan Mercenaries.
  • In the remakes for Final Fantasy II, Cid's airship, containing Princess Hilda, is captured by the Empire of Palamecia's dreadnought in a manner mirroring the opening scene for A New Hope.
    • In addition, Leon was initially an ally to the players until he ended up captured and brainwashed into becoming a dark-armored enforcer for the Empire and capable of controlling people via magic, and was also a blood relative to one of the protagonists (in this case, the brother of Maria), and eventually defects to their side and takes down the Emperor, similar to Darth Vader.
    • The Emperor also briefly revives himself from the dead beforehand, similar to how Palpatine managed to revive himself in the Dark Empire comics within the Legends Expanded Universe.
  • In Final Fantasy IV, the King of Baron's airship fleet is named the Red Wings (a reference to Red Squadron). An airship that is commandeered later in the game is named the Falcon, a possible reference to the Millennium Falcon. In order for Cecil to become a Paladin, he must face himself as a Dark Knight and do nothing, similar to Luke's ordeal in the cave.
    • In addition, the main antagonist, Golbez, bore several similarities to Darth Vader, including having strong potential in magic, being clad entirely in dark armor, changing his name after traumatic circumstances resulting in him being turned to evil, being revealed to be Cecil's brother in a similar manner to Darth Vader being revealed to be Luke's father, and eventually turning back to good and attempting to defeat the true villain in the game, the renegade Lunarian Zemus, who bore several similarities to Emperor Palpatine. In some versions, he was even given a voice similar to that of Vader.
  • In Final Fantasy VI, Celes tells Locke he's a little short for a soldier when he rescues her. Locke replied by saying, "Oh, I forgot I was wearing a uniform!"
  • Kefka also throws Emperor Gestahl off the floating continent, similar to how Darth Vader threw Palpatine into the reactor.
  • In Final Fantasy VII, the character Red XIII's real name is Nanaki, which is actually an anagram of Anakin.
    • Yuffie says to Vincent "I have a bad feeling about this."
    • There are two characters named Biggs and Wedge.
  • In Final Fantasy VIII, the headmaster of Galbadia Garden's name was Dodonna in the original Japanese release. The young Garden student who graduated in SeeD with Squall, Zell and Selphie is called 'Needa' whereas an Esthar officer in the Space Station, is called 'Firmus Piett'.
  • At the end of Final Fantasy IX, part of Necron's speech were "Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering." This line was spoken by Yoda in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Additionally, Kuja at one point states that "Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen," an exact match of Palpatine's line in Return of the Jedi.
  • In Final Fantasy X, Biggs and Wedge guard the Blitzball stadium in Luca and can be recruited for your blitzball team. They are considered upper-tier players in blitzball. The duo also appear in Final Fantasy X-2 as part of the Gullwings' Blitzball team.
  • In Final Fantasy Tactics the character T.G. Cid \ Orlandu bears a striking resemblance to Obi-Wan Kenobi.
  • Final Fantasy XII has been noted for having a plot that is similar in many ways to the original Star Wars. Many of the major characters are members of the Resistance against the tyrannical Archadian Empire. The main playable character, Vaan, however, is an orphan boy in a city oppressed by the Empire, who sometimes trains by fighting rats in the sewers and longs to one day fly in the sky as a "sky pirate." He eventually becomes involved with the Resistance, including a dashing Han Solo-like sky pirate named Balthier who values treasures and Ashe, a somewhat sarcastic princess most believed to be dead. Besides these, the following may also be referential of the franchise:
    • One of the deserts is inhabited by enemies that resemble Tusken Raiders.
    • One of the main antagonists, Gabranth, was a former hero, but due to failure to protect his native land and self-hatred, he became a ruthless high-ranking official in the Empire, was clad mostly in dark armor, and was also revealed to be the twin brother of one of the protagonists, similar to Darth Vader. In addition, similar to Vader, he manages to turn back to good and redeems himself by attacking the Emperor.
    • During a sequence in which Vaan has to slip past Imperial grunts, he may call out "Hey, buckethead!" as a means of distracting them.
    • Biggs and Wedge make a return, but are members of the Empire, and go by the names "Gibbs and Deweg."
    • When Vayne Solidor kills his father, the Emperor Gramis and declares himself Emperor, he quickly dissolves the Imperial Senate of Archades.
  • In Final Fantasy Tactics Advance 2, a scene in which the main character discovers the wizard Lezaford heavily mirrors the scenes in which Luke discovers Ben Kenobi as Obi-Wan, as well as discovering Yoda's identity- stranger still is Lezaford's appearance, which seems to draw some small inspiration from Yoda. There are quests entitled "It's a Trap" and "I've Got a Bad Feeling." A "Light Saber" with a blue blade is also an available weapon.
  • In Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, the character Genesis Rhapsodos wields a sword that looks strikingly similar to a lightsaber.
  • In the Dissidia subseries of Final Fantasy, Golbez, in addition to the already mentioned similarities to Vader, was also voiced in the English version in a similar manner to Vader. In addition, one of his attacks, Cosmic Ray, had him firing electricity out of his hands in a manner similar to Force Lightning. In one cutscene for Dissidia 012, Golbez meets up with Emperor Mateus from Final Fantasy II at Pandaemonium's throne room and has a meeting with him regarding the progress of the war and the possibility of there being a mole in Chaos' faction that's similar in nature to Vader's meeting with Emperor Palpatine in The Empire Strikes Back.

FractureEdit

  • In the game there are two achievements with names influenced by Star Wars: "Han Shoots First" and "Use the Force...Field".

Full ThrottleEdit

  • Adrian Ripburger, the main antagonist of the game, is played by Mark Hamill.
  • At one point of the game, reporter Miranda says to the main character: Help me, Ben. You're my only hope.
  • Members of the Cavefish Gang resemble Tusken Raiders.
  • During Mine Road fights, one of the RotWheelers has a Rebel Alliance Tattoo on his forehead.
  • George Lucas is one of the Demolition Derby contestants.

GTA: San AndreasEdit

  • The character Zero tells the protagonist "Great kid, don't get cocky" during a mission to shoot down remote control airplanes off of a roof.

Guild Wars NightfallEdit

  • During the Pogahn Passage mission, several references to Star Wars are made.
  • Gandara, the location of the mission, is called the Moon Fortress, similar to the Death Star.
  • Two heroes, Margrid and Zhed, will reenact the "handcuffs" dialogue from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, if they are both present.
  • If Zhed is present, the player character will tell the guards he is a prisoner transfer from cell 1138.
  • One of the options given while speaking to a guard while relaying the password is "Blue Harvest", the production code for Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
  • If you refuse to escort a group of prisoners, the dialogue will be "These are not the guards you're looking for," a reference to Obi-Wan Kenobi's dialogue in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • The code for the prison that must be infiltrated is 20-1-8-7, which happens to be the same cell number as Princess Leia.
  • There is a spell named Ebon Hawk.

Guitar Hero seriesEdit

  • In Guitar Hero World Tour, one of the guitar designs is named "Dearth Fader," a reference to Darth Vader.

Halo seriesEdit

  • I have a bad feeling about this has been said in both Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2.
  • 343 Guilty Spark's personality strongly resembles that of C-3PO's.
  • The Wraith vehicle used by the Covenant looks very similar to a CIS AAT.
  • The main orchestral theme in the Halo games sounds similar to the "Duel of the Fates" song, first introduced in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
  • 343 Industries at times completes their messages to the Halo community by saying "May the credits be with you."
  • In all of the Halo games, plasma weapons have been used. There has even been a weapon called an energy sword, and it resembles a lightsaber: You can block it with another, they are fatal to the touch, they glow, and they make a clashing noise whenever smashed against each other.

Halo Combat EvolvedEdit

  • The very beginning of Halo: Combat Evolved is very similar to the beginning of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, in which the Pillar of Autumn exits slip-space to a remote planet, in which the aliens follow. The ship is overwhelmed and the Master Chief uses an escape pod to evacuate it before it crashes.

Halo 2Edit

  • When the Covenant board the orbital platform at the start of Halo 2, they enter a door in a similar fashion to the opening scenes on Tantive IV in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Halo 3: ODSTEdit

  • In Halo 3: ODST, on the level Coastal Highway, a Covenant Carrier appears in the distance, and Buck comments saying "Look at the size of that thing," referencing Wedge Antilles's line in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • In Halo 3: ODST, a marine will at times yell "Stay on target," mimicking Davish Krail from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Halo: ReachEdit

  • In Halo: Reach, when the IWHBYD skull is turned on, a marine will comment on the brutes saying "Hey, don't they look like Wookiees? You know, from Star Wars? Ah forget it, it's for kids anyway."
  • In Halo: Reach, during the ONI: Sword Base mission, "Echo base this is 5-7" is stated, mimicking Luke Skywalker's line from Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
  • In Halo: Reach, during the Exodus mission, Noble 6 can be heard saying "The last transport is away," mimicking the line from Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
  • In Halo: Reach, during The Long Night of Solace mission, a pilot sometimes states that the current dogfight is "Just like shooting swamp rats back home," mimicking Luke Skywalker's line from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • In Halo: Reach, during The Long Night of Solace mission, a pilot can sometimes be heard saying "That was one in a million," referencing Han Solo's line from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • In Halo: Reach, during the game Kat tells Noble 6 that "It's a trap."
  • In Halo: Reach, there is an achievement for the Xbox 360 that is called "An elegant weapon," referencing Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • In Halo: Reach, one of the daily challenges is called "You want this, don't you?" mimicking Palpatine at the end of Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
  • In Halo: Reach, one of the daily challenges is called "Not as clumsy or random..." referencing what Obi-Wan Kenobi said to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • In Halo: Reach, one of the daily challenges is called "Lost Tyree, Lost Hutch," referencing Jon Vander, sometimes called "Hutch," and Tiree from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • In Halo: Reach, one of the daily challenges is called "Fire when ready," referencing Wilhuff Tarkin's line in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Halo: Combat Evolved AnniversaryEdit

  • In Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, one of the achievements for the Xbox 360 is called "Never tell me the odds," referencing Han Solo's statement in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

Halo 4Edit

  • In Halo 4, there is a challenge called "That's no moon," referencing Obi-Wan Kenobi's line in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • The final level, "Midnight" resembles the attack on the First Death Star. In it, the Master Chief flies a Broadsword through trenches and tunnels on the Didact's ship.

Indiana Jones and the Emperor's TombEdit

Kingdom Hearts IIEdit

  • The final boss Xemnas wields two weapons very similar to red lightsabers.
  • In the game, King Mickey, despite his small size, can flip around and attack with great agility, much like Yoda in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
  • The Gummi Ship level "Assault of the Dreadnought" has a giant cube-like version of the Death Star, with a similar beam that it fires if you don't destroy it from the inside
  • The weapons shop in the game is run by "Biggs", and the armor shop is run by "Wedge". This is again a reference to Biggs Darklighter and Wedge Antilles and is carried off from the Final Fantasy series due to the fact that both Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy are both made by Square-Enix. Specifically, these are the incarnations from Final Fantasy VII.

Kirby seriesEdit

  • In Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards's true ending, the heroes (Kirby, Ribbon, Waddle Dee, Andeline, and King Dedede) escape from the doomed Dark Star in a similar manner to the surviving squadrons leaving the Death Star before it exploded in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. Similarly, the queen of Ripple Star gives the heroes medals based on the Crystal, similar to the Royal Award Ceremony in the ending of the same film.
    • In the same game, one of Kirby's abilities, the double-bladed laser sword (created from absorbing both an electric-type enemy and a cutter-type enemy), bore a large resemblance to a double-bladed lightsaber, which was famously used by Darth Maul in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. The similarity was even mentioned in Nintendo Power's description of the power-up, where it states that the weapons usage was "get[ting] all Darth Maul on enemies."

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight PrincessEdit

  • When Zelda explains how Zant conquered her kingdom, the flashback shows the Zelda and her royal guard pinned in the throne room awaiting the Twilit creatures arrival only for several guards to be slaughtered by the surge of Twilit messengers while Zant walks in calmly afterward, mirroring Darth Vader's debut in A New Hope.

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom HourglassEdit

  • In the French version of the game, the boss Cyclok's name was Poulpatine, Empereur du Vent, which was a direct reference to Emperor Palpatine from Star Wars.

LEGO BattlesEdit

  • In the final cutscene for the Knights story, there is a medal ceremony similar to the medal ceremony seen at the end of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, with two knights taking the roles of Han Solo and Luke Skywalker, a dwarf standing on a knight's shoulders as Chewbacca, the Queen as Princess Leia and a dwarf in a barrel as R2-D2. The Throne Room also is briefly heard in the beginning of this scene.

Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7Edit

LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original AdventuresEdit

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  • In a LEGO remake of the first scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark, the lost temple, Indiana Jones attempts to fool treasure hunter Belloq into accepting C-3PO's golden head in place of a priceless idol Indiana had found just prior to meeting Belloq. Belloq, however, did not fall for it. Instead, he mocked Indiana Jones by walking around in the same manner the protocol droid does - including sound effects mimicking gear movements.
  • Just as in the film Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, the sign for Club Obi-Wan can be seen outside.
  • In the LEGO remake of the penultimate scene in The Last Crusade, Indy and Sallah encounter what appears to be a shadow of Darth Vader (Complete with a musical cue and breathing) as they enter the Grail Room. It later turns out to be the Knight standing guard over the room.
  • As a part of the game, you can find different Star Wars characters throughout the game. For example, you can see Luke hanging from the frozen ceiling much like in the Battle of Hoth. The other characters are Chewbacca, R2-D2, C-3PO, and Princess Leia.
  • After you find all these characters, you can buy Han Solo from the library, and he then becomes a playable character.
  • In the courtyard of Barnett College, one of the statues resembles a LEGO Anakin Skywalker who was holding a lightsaber.

Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure ContinuesEdit

  • In the first level Indiana Jones and the Janitor get distracted and crash their car after seeing Han Solo in the warehouse frozen in carbonite.
  • In Raiders of the Lost Ark the player can start a sword duel with the Cairo Henchmen, whose movesets are similar to lightsaber duels. Also in a cutscene The Cairo Swordsman reflects bullets off of his sword much like lightsabers and blaster bolts.
  • In the third level of first Kingdom of the Crystal Skull act, you can play Mos Eisley's cantina theme.

Lego UniverseEdit

  • When you complete a mission where you have to smash six corrupted robots and you return to Starcatcher, the NPC that gave you the mission, he says "Those were the mechs you were looking for, now move along" as a reference to Obi-Wan's line in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Lost: Via DomusEdit

  • In game episode "Via Domus" Elliott asks Locke what is in the cave. Locke answers with "Only what you take with you".
  • In game episode "Whatever It Takes" Mikhail tells Beady Eyes: "You are as clumsy as you are stupid".

Lost Vikings IIEdit

  • In the opening sequence of the game, the characters Erik the Swift, Baleog the Fierce and Olaf the Stout encounter one of the guards of Tomator, to which Baleog remarks that he supposes that Erik "has a bad feeling about this."
  • That same encounter and ensuing scuffle is how Baleog acquired a lightsaber.
  • During the second act of the first level, the characters complain to a witch about having to gather ingredients for a teleportation spell. The witch responds with "Teleporting people ain't like dusting crops, boy! Without precise ingredients..." before being interrupted. This parodies Han Solo's classic line to Luke Skywalker.
  • In the beginning of the third act of the second level, after dealing with numerous failed teleports, Baleog says "Sorceress! Bah! We don't need their scum!" Olaf replies with a "Yes sir!" Again, parodies of Firmus Piett's line to another officer in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
  • In the third act of the third level, the characters meet a witch's sister, to which Baleog responds, "Sister? So you have a twin sister..." This paraphrases Darth Vader's line to Luke in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
  • The character Tomator, while waiting for his turkey to cook, paraphrases Garven Dreis, "Almost there... Almost there..."
  • In response to a shaman saying that the "gods are more pleased than you can imagine," Baleog responds, "I don't know... I can imagine quite a bit," again paraphrasing Solo.
  • In the future level, when inquiring about the reliability of the teleportation machine, the leader of the rebels, Conroy, replies with "I find your lack of faith disturbing."
  • Tomator uses thermal detonators in that level.
  • During the ending sequence, when the condition of the Vikings' boat is called into play, the werewolf, Fang, says "Maybe you'd prefer to swim home." Baleog replies with "Laugh it up, fuzzball. Somebody get this walking carpet off my ship!" Erik counters with "Your ship? You lost her fair and square to me..." Olaf then laments that they should stop quoting the movies.

Luigi's MansionEdit

  • When Luigi first finds Mario, he is trapped in a painting, a nod to Han Solo in carbonite. Later when he encounters King Boo, the ghost king states: "I will not give up my favorite decoration. I like Mario exactly where he is!" Jabba the Hutt says the same thing about the carbonite-encased Han Solo in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

Mass EffectEdit

  • There are several instances of "I have a bad feeling about this."
  • Wrex, one of the members of the player character's squad, says "It's a trap!" after being ambushed by geth on an uncharted world.
  • Upon seeing Sovereign, as well as the Destiny Ascension, the characters are saying "Look at the size...", a reference to the Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • The Citadel, an immense space station of unknown origin, shares its name with another large space station from Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. Both games feature large space battles taking place at their respective Citadel Stations. Of note, Bioware was the company responsible for developing both Mass Effect and the original Knights of the Old Republic.

Mass Effect 2Edit

  • The loyalty mission with Miranda takes you to docking bay 94, the number for the docking bay the Millennium Falcon was found in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • One of the star systems in the game is called Malgus, just like Sith Lord from other BioWare game, Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Mass Effect 3Edit

  • The Citadel DLC allows Shepard to meet with Ashley Williams at the Silver Coast Casino. At the bar, a Batarian and Vorcha walk up to the pair and begin a hostile conversation, paraphrasing from the scene in A New Hope when Luke is told "he doesn't like you."
  • The evacuation cinematic on Gellix bears a strong resemblance to the evacuation scene of Hoth in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back - In both scenes, ground-to-air defenses are used to clear a way for the escape craft, and the evacuation is also cut short by the arrival of enemy troops. Some of the dialogue options are almost direct quotes from that sequence.

Mass Effect: InfiltratorEdit

  • Two background Cerberus operatives serving aboard the "Barn" space station are named Biggs and Wedge, a reference to Biggs Darklighter and Wedge Antilles from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Medal Of Honor: Pacific AssaultEdit

  • During the "Airfield Ambush" mission, inside the house next to the runway you can hear the rebel pilot's conversations during the attack to the first Death Star.

Mega Man V (Game Boy)Edit

  • The main villain, Dr. Wily, builds a huge space battle station known as the "Wily Star", a parody of the Death Star.

Mega Man X SeriesEdit

  • The final boss in Mega Man X, Sigma, uses a weapon similar to a green lightsaber in his final battle with X.
  • In the Mega Man X spinoff of the Mega Man series, X's Reploid partner Zero sports a beam saber not unlike a lightsaber.
  • The Maverick, Vile, bears a striking resemblance to Boba Fett as a bounty hunter, and is very similar to a bounty hunter himself in respect to his multiple attempts to destroy X and Zero.

Mega Man ZeroEdit

  • In this spinoff of the aforementioned Mega Man X series, when Zero is awakened from a hundred-year sleep, the character Ciel tells him to "Just relax for a moment. You have hibernation sickness"; a line taken word-for-word from Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

MercenariesEdit

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Several Items in this LucasArts published game include references to Star Wars:

  • Blueprint: Death Star Plans
  • National Treasure: Script for Episode VII
  • Blueprint:Kessel Star Chart
  • Han Solo as a locked playable character
  • The character Agent Mitchell Beauford also references Star Wars with the line "We've got a C130 so full of shells it's like one of those... Star Destroyers from that space movie."
  • In the news report after the capture of Dung Hwangbo, the news scrolling along the bottom says Tipoca City: Clones cloned!
  • Another scroll mentions a "thermal exhaust port lawsuit on Coruscant"
  • There is a reporter named Kyle Kowakian a reference to Kowakian monkey-lizards.

Mercenaries: Playground of DestructionEdit

  • Han Solo is an unlockable character.
  • Many references to Star Wars, such as several hidden WMDs labelled 'Death Star Plans', and one of the player's contacts musing that he wished he had "One of those Star Destroyers from that space movie."

Metal Gear seriesEdit

Metal Gear SolidEdit

  • In a pivotal cutscene, Solid Snake revealed that Big Boss told him that he was his father during what was implied to be during the events covered in Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, and was also implied to have some disturbances about killing his father, mirroring Vader's revelation to Luke about their relationship as father and son in The Empire Strikes Back.

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake EaterEdit

  • At one point in the climax, The Boss posthumously tells Naked Snake to remember the basics of CQC while fighting Ocelot. Hideo Kojima, the creator of the series, admitted in his commentary for the game that he did it as a reference to Obi-Wan's telepathic message to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars.
  • In the climax, EVA and Naked Snake travel through Lazorevo, an extensive Jungle area, via motorbike, with flying platforms and motorcycles manned by GRU operatives, similar to a brief scene in The Phantom Menace and the speeder chase scene in Return of the Jedi, respectively.
  • The main antagonist, Colonel Volgin, at one point utilized electrical torture on Naked Snake in a very similar manner to Palpatine's torture of Luke Skywalker in Return of the Jedi. The same scene has Volgin saying "This is where the fun really begins!" just beforehand.

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the PatriotsEdit

  • Solid Snake compares the fortress Outer Haven to the Death Star.
  • Big Boss's dying moments with Solid Snake mirrored that of Darth Vader's dying moments with Luke Skywalker in Return of the Jedi, including telling his son to forget about him/leave him.

Metal Gear Solid: Peace WalkerEdit

  • The head of Peace Walker heavily resembles the Death Star. The superlaser dish even fires a ray at the main character, although it instead paralyzes them. Overall, Peace Walker also had a similar function to the Death Star in the sense of it being a superweapon, and the head also is a hydrogen bomb that could be used in suicide missions to blow up an enemy country.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom PainEdit

  • Ocelot, when briefing Venom Snake (then assumed to be Big Boss) on what had transpired in the nine years of his coma, mentioned President Ronald Reagan's Evil Empire speech against the Soviet Union, which had itself been a reference to the Galactic Empire from Star Wars.

Metroid Prime 3: CorruptionEdit

  • A possible reference to Star Wars, specifically Zonama Sekot, which is a living world, is the planet Phaaze, which is also a living one.
  • The Olympus class bears a resemblance to the EF76 Nebulon-B escort frigate.
  • The helmet of the federation troopers have a strong resemblance with the helmets of the Katarn Armor of the clone commandos, espacially the visor. However, Metroid Prime 2: Echoes released half a year ahead of Star Wars: Republic Commando, suggesting that the influence was more likely reversed.
  • Skytown appears to be a reference to Cloud City.

MinecraftEdit

  • On the menu screen, Minecraft displays certain sayings near the title. One read "Han shot first!" Another read "That's no moon," quoting Ben Kenobi from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Modern Warfare 2Edit

  • On the top side of the FIM-92 Stinger, it is possible to see the writing "CH08ACCA", which means Chewbacca.

Monkey Island seriesEdit

LucasArts' Monkey Island Series has made several references to Star Wars.

LeChuck: "I am your brother."
Guybrush Threepwood: "That's not true, that's impossible!"
―LeChuck[src]
  • The Curse of Monkey Island parodied Princess Leia's famous request for help off Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope as well as Yoda|Yoda's response to Obi-Wan's suggestion that Luke was their last hope from Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back:
Guybrush Threepwood: "You've got to come! You're my only hope!"
Voodoo Lady: "No, Guybrush. There is another."
―{{{5}}}
  • The Curse of Monkey Island also made reference to Obi-Wan's use of the Jedi mind trick on a stormtrooper in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and Jabba's response to Luke Skywalker's attempted use of the same trick in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi:
Cabana Boy: "Let me see your membership card and I'll let you through."
Guybrush Threepwood: "You don't need to see my identification."
Cabana Boy: "I don't need to see your identification."
Guybrush Threepwood: "I'm not the pirate you're looking for."
Cabana Boy: "You're not the pirate I'm looking for."
Guybrush Threepwood: "I can go about my business."
Cabana Boy: "You can go about your business."
Guybrush Threepwood: "Move along."
Cabana Boy: "Move along, move along … hey! Your mind tricks won't work on me, boy!"
—Guybrush Threepwood attempts to persuade Cabana Boy to allow him to enter the Brimstone Beach Club on Plunder Island[src]

The Series is full of countless other references.

Mother 3Edit

  • The main villain’s henchmen, called "Pig Masks," resemble stormtroopers.
  • The final battle of the game parallels Luke's fight with Darth Vader in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. The final boss, Masked Man, is the brother of the main character, manipulated by the villain and wearing cyborg implants after being damaged. He dies after turning good.
  • The Masked Man wields a lightsaber, but is dressed like a Rebel Pilot.

My Sims: Sky HeroesEdit

  • Justice says that his old friend, Chaz McFreely, "turned to the dark side".
  • When Morocorp agents attack Dr.F's lab, Dr.F yells "It's a trap!"

Phoenix Wright: Ace AttorneyEdit

  • When Manfred von Karma interrupted part of the trial, Phoenix said "I have a bad feeling about this..."

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney- Trials and TribulationsEdit

  • During the final case of the game, Prosecutor Edgeworth expresses doubt in the abilities of a spirit medium, stating "I suppose now you'll say she has midi-chlorians?"

Pirates of the CaribbeanEdit

  • In the computer game, Pirates of the Caribbean one of the atmosphere-creating background dialogues goes: "My ship made the Kessel Run in less than twelve months".

Ratchet and ClankEdit

  • The main characters Ratchet and Clank, who go together everywhere; is similar to Luke Skywalker and R2-D2. Both R2-D2 and Clank are small robots.
  • In the first Ratchet & Clank, one of the trophies on the PS3 rerelease is "These are not the droids you're looking for...".
  • In Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando, at the battle arena on planet Joba and Maktar Nebula. When you take damage, the commentator can sometimes be heard saying "Oh, I don't care what universe you're from. That's gotta hurt!".
  • In Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal, one of the many enemies you fight is a red ninja robot with a double-bladed laser sword, obviously a parody on Darth Maul's double-bladed lightsaber.
  • In Ratchet: Deadlocked, at one point of the game Merc (one of the combat bots) will say "I got a bad feeling about this.".
  • In Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time, Lord Vorselon can be heard saying to Ratchet (the protagonist of the game), "I am your father...'s accountant."
  • In the same game when Ratchet, Clank and Qwark secretly infiltrate in the Space Station of Nefarious they enter by the garbage shoot and the walls start moving to crush them, like in Star Wars IV: A New Hope.
  • In many games, the HoloNet is used as an anologue to the real-world internet, just as in Star Wars.

Resident EvilEdit

  • Although not in Resident Evil 5 itself, Albert Wesker's voice actor, DC Douglas during production of the game, ad-libbed several lines of dialogue that weren't in the final version. One of the ad-libbing sessions had DC Douglas mentioning that they'll (Wesker, Sheva, and Chris Redfield) reach Vader's Death Star within five minutes.
  • Adam D. Clarke, Oswell E. Spencer's voice actor in the same game as well as a self-admitted Star Wars fan, likewise based his voice on Emperor Palpatine/Darth Sidious. He also mentioned in an interview that he compared Wesker and Spencer's relationship to that of Vader and Palpatine.

Roblox Edit

  • In the online game Roblox, there are various built Star Wars places as well as in the catalog there are hats such as star princess hair that is Leia's hair and in description it spoofs her message to Obi wan. There is also a galactic bounty hunter spoof of Jango Fett's helmet, as well as the head of General Grievous.

SacredEdit

  • There is possibility that player can find a lightsaber while playing as a Seraphim.

Saints Row IVEdit

An outfit can be bought from the "lets pretend" store that is a nod to Boba Fett( backpack with jets included!)

Sam & Max Hit the RoadEdit

  • Inside Conroy Bumpus's mansion, Sam fiddles with the cleaning droid's controls accidentally causing it to project a tiny holographic woman who pleads "Help me Sam and Max, you're my only hope", to which Max responds, "that was gratuitous!".
  • When attempting to find Bruno without the use of his mood ring, Shuv-oohl declared "It's, like, several voices screaming out in terror... and then suddenly silenced", in reference to Obi-Wan's feeling of the destruction of Alderaan.
  • In one of the pictures during the opening credits, Sam's gun reads "How's my aim? Call 1-800StarWars".

ScribblenautsEdit

  • If you write the word Laser Sword, it spawns a green lightsaber.
  • If a player types in the word Robes, it spawns a wearable Jedi Robe.

Silent Hill 3Edit

  • By completing certain requirements by the time you finish the game, a weapon similar to a lightsaber can be unlocked in your next playthrough.

The Simpsons GameEdit

  • In the Xbox 360 and PS3 levels for the game, in the level "Medal of Homer", the briefing mission for the Africa escort mission has Abe Simpson mentioning a storage bunker in Algeria known as "Jabba Al-Hutt", an obvious reference to Jabba the Hutt.

The Sims 2Edit

  • One can purchase a CD player called the 'Audiogeek TK-421'.

Sly 3Edit

  • When Murray tells stories about training with the Guru, a picture is shown with Murray, wearing a green tank top and a backpack with the small Guru on his back, a reference to Luke Skywalker's training with Yoda.

Sonic the Hedgehog seriesEdit

  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Sonic the Hedgehog 3, and Sonic & Knuckles all revolve around the Death Egg, a battleship which looks almost identical to the Death Star, minus an added nose and mustache to make it resemble the face of the games main antagonist.
    • Similarly, in Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2, the final level was called the Death Egg 2, which the name, alongside its implied incomplete status short of its armament being fully operational, was based on the Death Star II in Return of the Jedi.
  • In the cartoon based on the games titled Advenutes of Sonic the Hedgehog, in the episode Tails Prevails, Dr. Robotnik and Sonic have a battle in the skies on flying machines, and at one point, Robotnik says "I have you now" in a deep voice as a parody of the star fighters battle in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
  • There is also the Space Colony ARK, which is based on the Death Egg which is based on the Death Star. It even featured a superlaser like the Death Star, although how it was operated was closer to the city-destroyers from the film Independence Day.
  • A character from the Sonic series called E-123 Omega (another battle robot), used the term "Meatbag" in the BioWare developed game Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood, as a reference to HK-47.
  • At one point in Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood, Eggman says "Inter-dimensional travel isn't like dusting crops, boy!"

Space Quest III: The Pirates of PestulonEdit

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  • Roger Wilco ends up on a junk barge containing many wrecked spacecraft that are references to other works, including a TIE/LN starfighter. A description of the "bowtie fighter," as the game calls it, mentions that it dates back to the "Cologne Wars." (Another level in the junk barge contains what may be the wing of an X-wing.)
  • Roger Wilco's personal spacecraft is called the Aluminum Mallard, an oblique reference to the Millennium Falcon

Spider-Man 3Edit

Spider-Man: Shattered DimensionsEdit

  • During the Sandman level, Spider-Man says "Did I ever mention I hate sand? It's hot, it's course, it's rough, and it gets everywhere." This is the same quote Anakin Skywalker said to Padmé in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.

SporeEdit

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  • In the space stage, one of the achievements that can be unlocked is Quietus Star. It is gained by destroying 20 planets with the Planet Buster weapon. Quietus means, in latin, At rest, and can be interpreted as "Death".
  • Also in the space stage, you will sometimes get ambushed by pirates, and a message will pop up, saying "It's a trap!" You've been ambushed by pirates!", which is a tribute to Admiral Ackbar's famous replica.
  • In every Building creators, there is a part named "Skywalked" for construction.
  • In the House creator, there is a part named "Industry Light" for construction, which could be a reference to Industrial Light & Magic.
  • In the Spaceship creator, there is a Star Destroyer shaped part called "Star Deployer" and another part named "Kessel Runner" for construction.

StarcraftEdit

  • Enemy units seen in mission 4 of the Terran campaign yell "You rebel scum," and later on, "It's them! Blast them!" when encountered by the player.
  • One of the last missions of the Terran campaign revolves around destroying an ion cannon, which looks very similar to the weapon from Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Protoss Zealots wield lightsaber-like weapons that are attached to their forearms.
  • In the Game Manual in the back credits there is a special thanks section which includes George Lucas.

StarFoxEdit

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  • In Starfox and the 1993 comic (And to a far lesser extent, the sequels), Andross is referred to as emperor and the enemy forces are sometimes called Imperial Lizards. Quite possibly referencing Star Wars's fight against the evil Empire.
  • The Arwing (pronounced "R-wing") and Wolfen are incredibly similar to the many starfighters of Star Wars such as the X-wing.
  • The constant use by Peppy and James of the phrase "trust your instincts" is likely a reference to the line "Trust your feelings" and derivatives of.
  • The roles and personalities of the main characters can be quite closely compared with original trilogy characters: Fox (Luke), Peppy (Obi-Wan), Slippy (C-3PO), Falco (Han) and Rob (C-3PO/R2-D2).
  • During the final battle with Andross, the main villain in Star Fox 64 (as well as the original Star Fox game and Star Fox Adventures), speaks the line "I've been waiting for you, Star Fox"; this is likely to be a reference to Darth Vader's line to Obi-Wan Kenobi just before their duel in Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope. The difference being that Vader's line was "I've been waiting for you, Obi-Wan." Andross also says, at one point, "You will die just like your father!"; Darth Sidious taunted Galen Marek with similar words during their epic clash aboard the first Death Star in The Force Unleashed.
  • There is a character named Pigma Dengar in the game, who shares his name with Dengar, a bounty hunter. In addition, Pigma Dengar's backstory is also similar to that of Obi-Wan's rendition of Darth Vader's backstory in A New Hope, including betraying the group he worked with as well as being implied to have murdered the protagonist's father: In this case, however, Pigma and James McCloud are clearly separate individuals.
  • The opening music sounds very similar to the opening music from Star Wars, composed by John Williams.
  • One of Peppy's lines, "I have a bad feeling about this", is a line commonly used in all of the Star Wars movies. He also shouts "It's a trap!" in a similar tone to Admiral Ackbar.
  • The mission Bolse in Star Fox 64 is very similar to the Battle of Yavin, where Star Fox destroys energy towers in order to take out a satellite.
  • The ending sequence of Star Fox 64 is cinematically very similar to the ending of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. (An award ceremony thanking the heroes where troops stand at attention on the sides)
  • In Star Fox Assault, the Cornerian Fighters strongly resemble colorless V-Wing starfighters, as used in the Clone Wars.
  • The plot of Star Fox: Assault, involving a sudden overwhelming attack by an unknown alien race that uses organic technology, may be an homage to The New Jedi Order series of novels.
    • At one point in the game, the player has to destroy several missiles that were capable of travelling through a wormhole, and were likewise implied to be capable of destroying a planet ("Peppy: Listen to me, team. Don't waste a single shot. Something that gigantic will take out more than just the gate."), which is similar to Palpatine's usage of the Galaxy Gun to cow the New Republic-owned portions of the Galaxy in Dark Empire II.
  • In the Venom path hard ending when Andross causes the planet to self-destruct in order to kill Fox after his defeat, the spirit of Fox's late father James guides him away from the planet, with Fox remarking "Father?!" upon first hearing him. This is a reference to The Empire Strikes Back when Vader communicates mentally with Luke aboard the Millennium Falcon and he also responds similarly to Fox. 
  • Though this could be a more loose reference. In Star Fox Adventures, Falco, who previously departed from the team prior to the game, shows up at the end in order to help Fox defeat Andross. This could be similar to Han Solo returning to help Luke blow up the Death Star during the Rebel Assault afte previously departing with his payment. 

Super Mario Galaxy 2Edit

  • During the Game, you will receive a letter from Princess Peach saying "I am very far away right now".

Super Mario SunshineEdit

  • In Bianco Hills, there is a level titled "Petey Piranha Strikes Back", a reference to Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. Also, this level is the fifth level in Bianco Hills.

Super Smash Bros. seriesEdit

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  • Super Smash Bros. and Super Smash Bros. Melee feature "beam swords" which are very similar to lightsabers. George Lucas actually requested Beam Swords to not have the same sound effect as lightsabers, although as of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, they do.
  • Pit's dual bladed bow was based on Darth Maul's double-bladed lightsaber.

Tales of the Abyss|Tales of Xillia|Tales of Symphonia|Tales of Graces fEdit

There are two characters in the "Tales of" series named Luke Fon Fabre(Tales of the Abyss) and Leia Rolando(Tales of Xillia).Luke (not unlike Luke Skywalker) is very whinny at the start of the game, but matures into a more ideal hero. Leia's last name (Rolando) has "Lando" in the name. This could be a nod to Lando Calrissian. A laser sword can also be obtained as a weapon in the tower of Salvation (Tales of Symphonia) that looks similar to a lightsaber. Hubert from Tales of Graces f uses a dual blade sword and fights just like Darth Maul. (though when using his guns, he has moves similar to Dante from the Devil May Cry series). The world of Auldrant (the world where Tales of the Abyss takes place) sounds similar to Alderaan. Perhaps this is a nod to Princess Leia's homeworld. 

Team Fortress 2Edit

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Edit

  • When customizing certain characters costumes, it is possible to give them weapons similar to a lightsaber (which can be used as a move) consisting of a few colors such as red, green and blue.

TerrariaEdit

  • In the game, there is a craftable weapon called the 'Phasesaber' which bears resemblance to the iconic lightsaber.

The Amazing Spider-ManEdit

  • In one level, an Oscorp guard questions Whitney Cheng on what she's doing, and she responds with "I'm not the droid you're looking for." The Oscorp guard then says "Very funny, and I'm sure you know that the next line is: move along," in reference to the conversation of Ben Kenobi and the Stormtroopers in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

The Urbz Sims in the City (Game Boy Advance and DS) Edit

  • When the player character gets into the bayou, several references to The Empire Strikes Back are seen. First by one of the twins who give you the objective to take care of an Albino Alligator and when the PC says "I'm not afraid", the twin will then respond "Oh you will be! You will be!" Later in the quest, when the PC goes into the cave, a hallucination of Daddy Bigbucks in a suit akin to Darth Vader's (minus the helmet) is seen and can be only fended off by a special light rod. Making the quest mostly reference Luke Skywalker's training with Yoda on Dagobah.

ThrillvilleEdit

  • After the instructions of the game, Mortimer quotes "May the G-Force be with you!"
  • Star Wars can be mentioned at any time, most whenever chatting with a teen girl, and you are a teen boy.

Tiny Toons Adventures: Buster Busts LooseEdit

  • In this Super Nintendo game, one of the levels is a parody of Star Wars in general.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3Edit

  • Darth Maul is an unlockable and playable character with extremely boosted statistics. Maul also comes with double-bladed lightsaber and special Sith tricks.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4Edit

Tony Hawk's Underground 2Edit

  • In the Boston level, if you take a right and skate up the buildings like a half-pipe and then level out at the window, you will crash through the window and see the Star Wars Kid sitting at his couch. If you press X, he will "show you his moves", and imitate the Star Wars Kid.

Ultima I: The First Age of DarknessEdit

  • During the space part, the player is required to fight TIE Fighters.

Vampire: The Masquerade – BloodlinesEdit

  • In Chinatown, when releasing a girl from captivity of a gang of local thugs known as the Tong, she will reply: "Aren't you a little tall for a Tong"? A clear reference to Leia's line to Luke in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope when he comes to release her from captivity on the Death Star.

Vandal HeartsEdit

  • One boss character is named "Lando".

Vandal Hearts IIEdit

  • In the city of Yuggor, a character tries to run interference by speaking to the main protagonist in a manner similar to that of Yoda: "Going we are to a pub. Join us, you will!"

Viewtiful JoeEdit

  • In the final chapter of the game, the main antagonist, King Blue -whose true identity is Captain Blue- reveals to Sylvia that he is her father. This is an obvious reference to Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. One of the posters shown in the ending credits is even a reference to Episode IV: A New Hope.

Warcraft III: Reign of ChaosEdit

  • Various units say quotes from the Star Wars movies when you click over them.

World of WarcraftEdit

World of Warcraft: The Burning CrusadeEdit

  • Toshley's Station is a location in Blade's Edge Mountains, an obvious reference to Tosche Station. It also features a robot named R-3D0, a combination of R2-D2 and C-3PO, who claims to be fluent in three languages. One of the first quests available in Tochley's Station is "Picking Up Some Power Converters". The quest rewards you with an item called a Power Converter, the description of which reads "Use: Destroys technological terror constructs" and "The next best thing to going to the Academy".
  • In the PvP area of Halaa, in Nagrand, the Halaa Blade Merchants are called Coreiel when Horde controlled and Aldraan when Alliance controlled.
  • The Alliance NPC Baron Sablemane gives a quest named "It's a Trap!" in reference to Admiral Ackbar's line in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich KingEdit

Xenoblade ChroniclesEdit

  • In the game Xenoblade Chronicles, there is a place called Gaur Plains and its theme music has a very similar beat and sound to that of the ending music in Star Wars VI Return of the Jedi.

XenogearsEdit

  • Sentenced to death, Rico is forced to fight a monster called a "Rancer". Rico defeats the Rancer and escapes, just like Luke defeats the Rancor in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
  • There is a group of enemies that resemble the Tusken Raiders.
  • One of the main villains turns out to be Fei's long-lost father. Before dying, the villain redeems himself in much the same way Anakin Skywalker was redeemed.
  • Enemies known as "Solaris Guards" wear white armor and are armed with blasters, reminiscent of the Imperial stormtroopers.
  • The main character is briefly imprisoned in carbonite.

Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur MachtEdit

  • Many people aboard the Woglinde say they "have a bad feeling about this" before the Gnosis attack and destroy the ship.

Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und BöseEdit

  • Jr. says "I have a bad feeling about this" just before The Elsa encounters an Ormus Stronghold, a massive space station that they must destroy from the inside.

Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach ZarathustraEdit

  • Jr. says "I have a bad feeling about this".
  • The Red Testament uses a power similar to Force lightning on Allen.

Xenosaga: Pied PiperEdit

  • Mikhail Ortmann warns Jan Sauer to be careful during his dive into UMN virtual reality because he has "a bad feeling about this."

Online MMO'sEdit

  • In the very popular MMORPG, TornCity, there is an item called 'Yoda figurine.'
  • In Neopets, when one gets a 404 Error, two messages say "The 404 will be with you, always" and "I find your lack of page disturbing". Also in the Neoboards for the Altador Cup, a Sith mention was made.
  • In Wizard101, the main villain of the game, Malistare, is evil because his wife died. This is similar to Anakin Skywalker turning to the dark Side to save Padmé Amidala. Malastare is also the name of a planet in the galaxy.
  • In RuneScape, if you have the amulet of catspeak, a cat, and talk to Bob the Jagex Cat, the conversation is a reference to Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
  • In HeroSmash there is a helmet called J9-fett which bears a resemblance to the helmet of Boba Fett.
  • In War Metal Tyrant, there is a Raider unit called a Rancor, and the Imperial Cards Nimbus, Quad Walker, and Devastator resemble a Lucrehulk Battleship, AT-AT, and AT-ST respectively.
  • In Pirate101, the charactor Bonnie Anne says "So this is Gullet, what an interesting smell they've discovered." Also, the Clockwork Armada, the main villains of the game, are an army of military automatons, a possible refrance to Battle droids. Also in this game, during the character creation, choosing Scrimshaw as were you were raised will trigger the following text: Mr. Gandry: "Ah, Scrimshaw... a wretched hive of scum and, ah... how you say?" Boochbeard: "Villany?" Referencing Obi-wan's comment on Mos Eisley.

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