7.Star Wars: X-Wing
The first ever LucasArts developed and published PC Star Wars themed game, this space sim got gamers inside an X-Wing fighter to take on the evil oppression of the Galactic Empire. Developed by Larry Holland, this game was extremely immersive for its time and started a game series that would include three full fledged sequels as well as an expansion pack.
6. Lego Star Wars II
The original Lego Star Wars game wasn't actually published by LucasArts but by UbiSoft and even though it retold the events of the not-so-much-liked prequel movie trilogy it turned out to be a huge seller. LucasArts wised up and published the second game in the series in 2006 with developer Traveller's Tales retelling the events of the original movie trilogy. It's short and it's not exactly a hard core game but the combo of Star Wars and the movable blocks of Lego combine to create an truly enjoyable experience.
5. Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
Released in 2002, this game is notable for several reasons. One is that it's developed by Raven Software, one of the best game developers in the first person action business. Another is some great looking graphics thanks to the use of the Quake III Engine that was modified by Raven. But the best thing about this game is the impressive melee combat that Raven created for the light saber duels. Both in single and in multiplayer there has never been a better use of Star Wars' iconic weapon in games than in Jedi Outcast.