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10 Best Games To Play As Obi-Wan Kenobi In Hype Of The Series

Most Star Wars games tend to be side stories set between films or concurrent. The Phantom Menace goes straight to the point of retelling the movie it’s based on. This one for the original PlayStation is a mixed bag because when it delivers on a Jedi experience, it really delivers, but when it falters, it’s tough to get through.

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

The biggest issue is that the camera is way too close to Obi-Wan, which can make the combat have a learning curve. However, the more it goes on, the better it gets, with dynamic fights such as the boss fight with Darth Maul, who remains one of Obi-Wan’s most iconic rivals.

LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (2009)

There were quite a few games based on Star Wars: The Clone Wars and they ranged in terms of quality and styles. Leave it up to the LEGO games to get it right by providing an experience that feels close to episodes of the series.

This one changed up the formula a bit by adding pseudo-realtime strategic game segments. This helped in keeping things fresh since it is still the familiar type of gameplay seen many times before in the long line of LEGO games. Of course, Obi-Wan is playable as well as many other iconic characters from The Clone Wars.

Star Wars: Galaxy Of Heroes (2015)

For those needing Star Wars on the go for the phone, there is Galaxy Of Heroes. This is a turn-based mobile RPG much in the same vein as Marvel Strike Force and DC Legends. The player builds a team and levels up the characters by progressing through campaigns, arena battles, and raids.

In Galaxy Of Heroes, Obi-Wan is definitely playable but he also has different variants. From his Jedi Master appearance in Revenge Of The Sith to his General Kenobi appearance in The Clone Wars to even Old Ben Kenobi. Each has its own unique skill set, allowing players to have the Obi-Wan that suits their team and gameplay style.

Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015)

During the height of toys-to-life games, Disney Infinity allowed fans to collect figures from original Disney franchises, Marvel, and indeed, Star Wars. Disney Infinity was the final expansion before the game was sadly discontinued.

Disney Infinity and the figures are not easy to find these days, mostly available through online retailers. Disney Infinity 3.0 featured the Star Wars campaigns to get via figures and pieces to scan. With the Twilight Of The Republic disc and the Obi-Wan Kenobi figure, it was easily the best attempt to make a game based on The Clone Wars.

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith (2005)

Revenge Of The Sith, on the other hand, pretty much tells the story of the film in digital form. It obviously takes liberties with sequences to fit a video game format but it follows the third film of the prequel trilogy quite closely.

The game is a simple linear hack-and-slash combat system, similar to the Middle-Earth games based on The Lord Of The Rings trilogy that EA made. The player will swap between the perspectives of Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Star Wars: Obi-Wan (2001)

One of the lesser-known Star Wars titles, Star Wars: Obi-Wan starts a prequel to The Phantom Menace that tells what Obi-Wan and the show-stealing Qui-Gon Jinn were doing prior to their mission as ambassadors for the Republic.

It then evolves into a retelling of The Phantom Menace told purely from Obi-Wan’s perspective. It actually improves upon the gameplay compared to its predecessor and the angle of storytelling makes it worth checking out. Being an exclusive for the original Xbox, it simply did not have the same accessibility as other Star Wars titles.

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (2008)

Technically this is cheating because it’s still playing as the dark force-sensitive anti-hero Starkiller. The only time another character is playable in The Force Unleashed is in the opening prologue where the player can control Darth Vader in all of his overpowered glory.

Thanks to the DLC, fans can equip all kinds of Star Wars character skins on Starkiller. The player can even choose to have C-3P0 go through the campaign. However, the choice of either Obi-Wan or Ben Kenobi as a costume can allow players to have the character rematch Darth Vader before the series.

Star Wars: Battlefront II (2005)

Whether it is through random skirmishes, Galactic Conquest, or Heroes VS Villains mode, the original Battlefront II provides many avenues to play as Obi-Wan. In most modes, the player has to earn the means to become a Jedi or Sith, giving their side an advantage.

However, it’s easier to go into Heroes VS Villains for a chaotic brawl between the light and dark side characters. It’s absolutely broken in so many ways but it can lead to a lot of fun if played with friends.

Star Wars: Battlefront II (2017)

If the original seems too dated, the rebooted Battlefront series provides fans with even more heroes and villains, now with sequel-era characters. The enhanced graphical quality allowed fans to have the closest thing to a live-action episode of The Clone Wars.

Both Obi-Wan and Anakin Skywalker were given their Clone Wars designs as alternate skins. Despite the hero characters being infamously glitchy and broken, there is fun to be had with the chaos. Especially with this version of Battlefront II having its own Heroes VS Villains mode.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (2022)

As the title suggests, this is the culmination of all nine films in the Skywalker Saga. This latest entry in the long line of LEGO games gives players access to nearly all variants of Obi-Wan Kenobi. From apprentice to Old Ben Kenobi, across all eras for the biggest LEGO Star Wars game yet.

Even more of Obi-Wan Kenobi could be added to LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. Considering there has even been DLC for The Mandalorian and other spin-offs, it’s highly likely that the Obi-Wan Kenobi series will get its own DLC.


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10 Best Games To Play As Obi-Wan Kenobi In Hype Of The Series

Most Star Wars games tend to be side stories set between films or concurrent. The Phantom Menace goes straight to the point of retelling the movie it’s based on. This one for the original PlayStation is a mixed bag because when it delivers on a Jedi experience, it really delivers, but when it falters, it’s tough to get through.
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
The biggest issue is that the camera is way too close to Obi-Wan, which can make the combat have a learning curve. However, the more it goes on, the better it gets, with dynamic fights such as the boss fight with Darth Maul, who remains one of Obi-Wan’s most iconic rivals.
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (2009)

There were quite a few games based on Star Wars: The Clone Wars and they ranged in terms of quality and styles. Leave it up to the LEGO games to get it right by providing an experience that feels close to episodes of the series.
This one changed up the formula a bit by adding pseudo-realtime strategic game segments. This helped in keeping things fresh since it is still the familiar type of gameplay seen many times before in the long line of LEGO games. Of course, Obi-Wan is playable as well as many other iconic characters from The Clone Wars.

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Star Wars: Galaxy Of Heroes (2015)

For those needing Star Wars on the go for the phone, there is Galaxy Of Heroes. This is a turn-based mobile RPG much in the same vein as Marvel Strike Force and DC Legends. The player builds a team and levels up the characters by progressing through campaigns, arena battles, and raids.
In Galaxy Of Heroes, Obi-Wan is definitely playable but he also has different variants. From his Jedi Master appearance in Revenge Of The Sith to his General Kenobi appearance in The Clone Wars to even Old Ben Kenobi. Each has its own unique skill set, allowing players to have the Obi-Wan that suits their team and gameplay style.

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Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015)

During the height of toys-to-life games, Disney Infinity allowed fans to collect figures from original Disney franchises, Marvel, and indeed, Star Wars. Disney Infinity was the final expansion before the game was sadly discontinued.
Disney Infinity and the figures are not easy to find these days, mostly available through online retailers. Disney Infinity 3.0 featured the Star Wars campaigns to get via figures and pieces to scan. With the Twilight Of The Republic disc and the Obi-Wan Kenobi figure, it was easily the best attempt to make a game based on The Clone Wars.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr4’); });

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith (2005)

Revenge Of The Sith, on the other hand, pretty much tells the story of the film in digital form. It obviously takes liberties with sequences to fit a video game format but it follows the third film of the prequel trilogy quite closely.
The game is a simple linear hack-and-slash combat system, similar to the Middle-Earth games based on The Lord Of The Rings trilogy that EA made. The player will swap between the perspectives of Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Star Wars: Obi-Wan (2001)

One of the lesser-known Star Wars titles, Star Wars: Obi-Wan starts a prequel to The Phantom Menace that tells what Obi-Wan and the show-stealing Qui-Gon Jinn were doing prior to their mission as ambassadors for the Republic.

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It then evolves into a retelling of The Phantom Menace told purely from Obi-Wan’s perspective. It actually improves upon the gameplay compared to its predecessor and the angle of storytelling makes it worth checking out. Being an exclusive for the original Xbox, it simply did not have the same accessibility as other Star Wars titles.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (2008)

Technically this is cheating because it’s still playing as the dark force-sensitive anti-hero Starkiller. The only time another character is playable in The Force Unleashed is in the opening prologue where the player can control Darth Vader in all of his overpowered glory.
Thanks to the DLC, fans can equip all kinds of Star Wars character skins on Starkiller. The player can even choose to have C-3P0 go through the campaign. However, the choice of either Obi-Wan or Ben Kenobi as a costume can allow players to have the character rematch Darth Vader before the series.
Star Wars: Battlefront II (2005)

Whether it is through random skirmishes, Galactic Conquest, or Heroes VS Villains mode, the original Battlefront II provides many avenues to play as Obi-Wan. In most modes, the player has to earn the means to become a Jedi or Sith, giving their side an advantage.

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However, it’s easier to go into Heroes VS Villains for a chaotic brawl between the light and dark side characters. It’s absolutely broken in so many ways but it can lead to a lot of fun if played with friends.
Star Wars: Battlefront II (2017)

If the original seems too dated, the rebooted Battlefront series provides fans with even more heroes and villains, now with sequel-era characters. The enhanced graphical quality allowed fans to have the closest thing to a live-action episode of The Clone Wars.
Both Obi-Wan and Anakin Skywalker were given their Clone Wars designs as alternate skins. Despite the hero characters being infamously glitchy and broken, there is fun to be had with the chaos. Especially with this version of Battlefront II having its own Heroes VS Villains mode.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (2022)

As the title suggests, this is the culmination of all nine films in the Skywalker Saga. This latest entry in the long line of LEGO games gives players access to nearly all variants of Obi-Wan Kenobi. From apprentice to Old Ben Kenobi, across all eras for the biggest LEGO Star Wars game yet.

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Even more of Obi-Wan Kenobi could be added to LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. Considering there has even been DLC for The Mandalorian and other spin-offs, it’s highly likely that the Obi-Wan Kenobi series will get its own DLC.

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10 Best Games To Play As Obi-Wan Kenobi In Hype Of The Series

Most Star Wars games tend to be side stories set between films or concurrent. The Phantom Menace goes straight to the point of retelling the movie it’s based on. This one for the original PlayStation is a mixed bag because when it delivers on a Jedi experience, it really delivers, but when it falters, it’s tough to get through.
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
The biggest issue is that the camera is way too close to Obi-Wan, which can make the combat have a learning curve. However, the more it goes on, the better it gets, with dynamic fights such as the boss fight with Darth Maul, who remains one of Obi-Wan’s most iconic rivals.
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (2009)

There were quite a few games based on Star Wars: The Clone Wars and they ranged in terms of quality and styles. Leave it up to the LEGO games to get it right by providing an experience that feels close to episodes of the series.
This one changed up the formula a bit by adding pseudo-realtime strategic game segments. This helped in keeping things fresh since it is still the familiar type of gameplay seen many times before in the long line of LEGO games. Of course, Obi-Wan is playable as well as many other iconic characters from The Clone Wars.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr2’); });

Star Wars: Galaxy Of Heroes (2015)

For those needing Star Wars on the go for the phone, there is Galaxy Of Heroes. This is a turn-based mobile RPG much in the same vein as Marvel Strike Force and DC Legends. The player builds a team and levels up the characters by progressing through campaigns, arena battles, and raids.
In Galaxy Of Heroes, Obi-Wan is definitely playable but he also has different variants. From his Jedi Master appearance in Revenge Of The Sith to his General Kenobi appearance in The Clone Wars to even Old Ben Kenobi. Each has its own unique skill set, allowing players to have the Obi-Wan that suits their team and gameplay style.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr3’); });

Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015)

During the height of toys-to-life games, Disney Infinity allowed fans to collect figures from original Disney franchises, Marvel, and indeed, Star Wars. Disney Infinity was the final expansion before the game was sadly discontinued.
Disney Infinity and the figures are not easy to find these days, mostly available through online retailers. Disney Infinity 3.0 featured the Star Wars campaigns to get via figures and pieces to scan. With the Twilight Of The Republic disc and the Obi-Wan Kenobi figure, it was easily the best attempt to make a game based on The Clone Wars.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr4’); });

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith (2005)

Revenge Of The Sith, on the other hand, pretty much tells the story of the film in digital form. It obviously takes liberties with sequences to fit a video game format but it follows the third film of the prequel trilogy quite closely.
The game is a simple linear hack-and-slash combat system, similar to the Middle-Earth games based on The Lord Of The Rings trilogy that EA made. The player will swap between the perspectives of Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Star Wars: Obi-Wan (2001)

One of the lesser-known Star Wars titles, Star Wars: Obi-Wan starts a prequel to The Phantom Menace that tells what Obi-Wan and the show-stealing Qui-Gon Jinn were doing prior to their mission as ambassadors for the Republic.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr5’); });

It then evolves into a retelling of The Phantom Menace told purely from Obi-Wan’s perspective. It actually improves upon the gameplay compared to its predecessor and the angle of storytelling makes it worth checking out. Being an exclusive for the original Xbox, it simply did not have the same accessibility as other Star Wars titles.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (2008)

Technically this is cheating because it’s still playing as the dark force-sensitive anti-hero Starkiller. The only time another character is playable in The Force Unleashed is in the opening prologue where the player can control Darth Vader in all of his overpowered glory.
Thanks to the DLC, fans can equip all kinds of Star Wars character skins on Starkiller. The player can even choose to have C-3P0 go through the campaign. However, the choice of either Obi-Wan or Ben Kenobi as a costume can allow players to have the character rematch Darth Vader before the series.
Star Wars: Battlefront II (2005)

Whether it is through random skirmishes, Galactic Conquest, or Heroes VS Villains mode, the original Battlefront II provides many avenues to play as Obi-Wan. In most modes, the player has to earn the means to become a Jedi or Sith, giving their side an advantage.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr-REPEAT6’); });

However, it’s easier to go into Heroes VS Villains for a chaotic brawl between the light and dark side characters. It’s absolutely broken in so many ways but it can lead to a lot of fun if played with friends.
Star Wars: Battlefront II (2017)

If the original seems too dated, the rebooted Battlefront series provides fans with even more heroes and villains, now with sequel-era characters. The enhanced graphical quality allowed fans to have the closest thing to a live-action episode of The Clone Wars.
Both Obi-Wan and Anakin Skywalker were given their Clone Wars designs as alternate skins. Despite the hero characters being infamously glitchy and broken, there is fun to be had with the chaos. Especially with this version of Battlefront II having its own Heroes VS Villains mode.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (2022)

As the title suggests, this is the culmination of all nine films in the Skywalker Saga. This latest entry in the long line of LEGO games gives players access to nearly all variants of Obi-Wan Kenobi. From apprentice to Old Ben Kenobi, across all eras for the biggest LEGO Star Wars game yet.

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Even more of Obi-Wan Kenobi could be added to LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. Considering there has even been DLC for The Mandalorian and other spin-offs, it’s highly likely that the Obi-Wan Kenobi series will get its own DLC.

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