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 PostPosted: Thu Sep 24, 2015 3:04 pm Reply with quote  
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  Salaris Vorn
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So I don't think anyone's posted about this but does anyone else play Star Wars Uprising?

It's a mobile game for Android and Apple and apparently the first game that is part of the new canon.

I wouldn't say it's necessarily ground breaking but I sure have been enjoying it. It basically combined RPG elements (gear/stats) with your run of the mill explore maps, kill things, reap rewards at mission completion. At early levels things can get a bit repetitive since you're limited in what planets you can visit which in turn limits the map variety for available missions you need to run to get gear to progress. But I don't think anyone plays a mobile game the way you might play TOR.

One thing I do like is they have an "armory" which keeps track of the gear you find (once you fully level each gear piece in a set you unlock it's "blueprint" that can help with leveling things like NPC crew). Which is a fun side activity, especially if you like collecting things.
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  Darth Bane
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I began watching a playthrough on YouTube (by GenerikB) of this game, and it looks quite interesting. I haven't exactly gotten the time to play it, being that it's homecoming week and all, but from what I've seen it looks promising.


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  Darth Skuldren
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Thinking about trying this one. Just a matter of setting the time aside to download it.
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