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Published by on 2023-12-12

About: Battle throughout the galaxy as you fight with your favorite dark & light side
heroes across iconic locations. Create & customize your dream squad using
characters from every era, including new characters from The Mandalorian, Star
Wars™: The Force Awakens, Rogue One™: A Star Wars™ Story, & Star Wars™:
The Last Jedi™.

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Reported Issues: 3 Comments

4.6 out of 5


Stay away

This game is not fun. It’s just addictive. Higher ups, either at Capital Games or EA itself, has proven that they don’t give two flying $&@/$ about players; oh unless they dish out thousands of dollars a month on this game. And that is not anywhere close to an understatement, that’s how much people actually spend. It will literally take you YEARS to get some characters unlocked, and then several months after that to even get close to maxing them with gear and relics. It’s been pay 2 win for a long time with a free 2 play option, but you’re basically signing up for a life of frustration and feeling like you’re performing a chore rather than a game. Even after all of that, I didn’t have enough of a problem to write a review. But then the Great Nerf came, and characters we love - specifically for me, Darth Vader - were absolutely pulverized. All to make sure CG’s babies - their GLs - could function the way they wanted so they could milk more money from people whaling to get them. But now, my teams can’t stand up to cake walks that they used to be able to easily handle. Teams that don’t even have a galactic legend. I was by no means a whale before this, but I’m completely done with giving them anymore of my money for this billion dollar game. If you’re looking to play, just know what you’re getting yourself into, and I hope you’re either prepared for years of slow grinding and chores, or you have tens of thousands of dollars burning a hole in your pocket.

By GridironBeast23

This Game is Laughable, Typical EA

This is currently the only Star Wars game with active support...and it’s a DISASTER. When I look at all the 5 stars this game has, I begin to laugh and wonder whether I am playing the same game. Anyway, this game is great at first...until you figure out just how long it will take you to do anything in this game. My cousin introduced me to the game a few years ago and I played a decent bit for awhile, back when I was innocent to EA’s scams. I dropped the game because I didn’t feel like I was getting anywhere with it and I kept getting beat by stronger foes. I picked the game up a few days ago and realized once again why I dropped the game in the first place. If you want to get anywhere in this game, EA and Capital Games expect you to pay to win. I hate pay to win games. Also, about the paying part, where have I heard that again? Oh yeah, from youtubers whose Galaxy of Heroes accounts were worth thousands of dollars, were childishly banned by Capital Games for giving the game a bit of mild criticism. Look it up guys. Star Wars fans shouldn’t have to settle for this game. If you are a reasonable Star Wars gamer, stay away. Just hope and pray that EA’s mercy will extend as far as giving us a Battlefront 3 in the near future (since Disney seems to be set on giving them the license extension). Sorry this was a harsh review but thanks for reading. I hope this will educated some of you to EA’s abuse of Star Wars fans, their wallets, and their time.

By UD_007

IT’S A TRAP!!! Do not spend your money $$$$ Nerfed free characters!!!

Wallet warriors rejoice!!! Pay2win at it’s worst. If you do not spend money, you will exist in the game for P2W players to defeat you. If you do spend money the rewards are random, or so the game maker say, the claim will be you can win anywhere from 5 to 330 character pieces to advance your character. I’ve spent a lot of money and never had a payout of more than 5. You will have to spend a lot of money on the game to get premium characters maxed out. Crooked casinos will occasionally payout better than this game. Do not spend your money. All I have to say is Mark V Stun Guns. The economy in this game is rigged to part suckers from their money. They actually just made the game economy worse and another level to “max” your characters out. The developers made a few free characters great and then without consideration for every player nerfed Darth Vader, General Anakin Skywalker, Jedi Knight Luke, and others. Big $$$ spenders were upset because with some strategy and a few good free-to-play characters were beating pay-for-play “Galactic Legends.” The developers did the same to a new game feature Conquest. They initially made it too easy to win decent prizes so they reset the game play so now you won’t get the prizes. DO NOT INVEST YOUR TIME & MONEY unless you love being treated like trash, cheated and hoodwinked. Just when you think you gain some ground, the developers want more of your hard earned cash.

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