1. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (2003)
The game featured an original story with a great cast of characters, which included a female Jedi known as Bastilla, who is amongst the most appealing female characters in a video game to date, and an original soundtrack composed by none other than Jeremy Soule, who is regarded by many as “the John Williams of video games” (John Williams as you probably already know is the composer behind the Star Wars music).
Gameplay wise, the game had great tactical battles and the combat was turn-based like in Bioware’s earlier Baldur’s Gate games. Commanding a group of Jedis with their Force powers and lightsabers like Bastilla’s double-edged one was an exciting experience that made KOTOR the best Star Wars RPG to date, and the best Star Wars game to date.