Thanks to a certain beloved sequel that released last December, Star Wars is totally cool again.”May the 4th” has been a popular day to celebrate all things Star Wars for years. PC digital distribution service Steam has taken advantage on this day ever year to discount their vast collection of Star Wars video games.

The days of constant film and franchise video game tie-ins have slowed to a trickle. Recent Star Wars games are limited to 2015’s Star Wars: Battlefront and the Star Wars play-sets for Disney Infinity 3.0. Star Wars: Battlefront is currently 60% off on Origin.

However, if you have some gaps in your Star Wars games history, or you’re looking for a nostalgic refresher, you can grab some classic Star Wars titles for cheap.

The best deals are always part of large bundles. Steam has the following bundles:

Star Wars Collection ($22.99, 77% off)

  • Star Wars – Dark Forces
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight – Dark Forces II
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight – Jedi Academy
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight – Mysteries of the Sith
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight II – Jedi Outcast
  • Star Wars – Knights of the Old Republic
  • Star Wars – Knights of the Old Republic II
  • Star Wars – The Force Unleashed
  • Star Wars – The Force Unleashed II
  • Star Wars Battlefront II
  • Star Wars Empire at War – Gold Pack
  • Star Wars Republic Commando
  • Star Wars Starfighter
  • Star Wars The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes

Star Wars Classics Collection ($29.99, 25% off)

  • Star Wars – X-Wing Special Edition
  • Star Wars: TIE Fighter Special Edition
  • Star Wars – X-Wing Alliance
  • Star Wars X-Wing vs TIE Fighter: Balance of Power Campaigns
  • Star Wars Rebellion
  • Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds Saga
  • Star Wars: Rebel Assault 1+2
  • Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D

You can also grab the first four games of the above bundle as part of the Star Wars X-Wing Bundle ($17.99, 40% off). If you enjoy your PC games without Steam, GOG has similarly priced bundles.

The Star Wars sale ends on May 9th. Celebrate Star Wars Day all week long!

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