Star Wars Episode 1: Racer Review — Explosion Network.
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Although this game won’t stand up to modern standards, I cannot deny how fun it still is and that Star Wars Episode 1: Racer is still one of the best Star Wars games of all time. Playing this has reignited my desire for a modern podracing game thanks to how well the racing and sense of speed still feels. Now’s the time for a return — you can do it EA! But for now, this is a must-play for.
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