Stay Indoors and Read Galaxies: An Empire Remembered

Are you looking for something to keep you occupied while you’re practicing social distancing and staying in to avoid Covid-19? How about some Star Wars reading?

Galaxies: An Empire Remembered is now available as a FREE eBook!

The Definitive Unauthorized Guide to Star Wars Galaxies

15 YEARS AFTER STAR WARS GALAXIES FIRST LAUNCHED, AN EMPIRE REMEMBERED IS A CELEBRATION OF THE BELOVED ONLINE ROLE-PLAYING GAME. This comprehensive guide gives those who played the game – and those who never got the chance – an opportunity to relive the nostalgia and excitement of this landmark entry into the MMORPG genre.

The History of Star Wars Galaxies: Never far from controversy, Star Wars Galaxies has one of the most dramatic histories in gaming. An Empire Remembered features new insights into the games early and ongoing development, right until its sunset in 2011.

The Codex: Explore Galaxies species, professions, planets, quests, items, events, and gameplay mechanics in unparalleled detail.

Over 700 Full Colour Images: The memories will come rushing back with rare images of the game, its concept art, and promotional material. All of which are presented from the highest resolution sources available.

The Legacy: Although its official servers are no longer in operation, Star Wars Galaxies is still regarded as one of the most influential online sandboxes ever – unrivalled in the freedom it offered its players. Why does Galaxies legacy continue to endure, and can the SWG emulation projects ever hope to recapture the magic?

You can support the author by purchasing a hard copy from Amazon here.

Want to see what other people have to say about it? Here’s a great review.

This book was three years in the making and it’s absolutely fantastic. Written and edited by @jamesmcrosby who was a big fan of SWG, which shows in the writing. Cover art by @finalfightguy

Go grab it while its free, guys! Let us know what you think. For me, the book is a great commemoration of SWG and it’s perfect for anyone who really enjoyed the game and wants to have something that goes that extra mile and also makes a great keepsake or collectors item.

Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.