Star Wars games and more offered free ahead of Prime Day

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The summer is now in full swing, which means that Prime Day is fast approaching – and Amazon has already announced some big deals.

The annual sale sees Amazon Prime customers given discounts on a range of products, with this year’s event set to take place on July 16 and July 17.

Though the event may be a couple of weeks away, Amazon has announced that they are offering a collection of games that are available to purchase for FREE via Prime Gaming.


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Starting today (June 24), 15 PC classics will be free until July 26, with the list including Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge.

The games are available to play on a range of platforms including Epic Games Store, Amazon Games App and Google Play; the full list of games and their respective release dates can be viewed below:

  • Deceive Inc - Now available

  • Tearstone: Thieves of the Heart - Now available

  • The Invisible Hand - Now available

  • Call of Juarez - Now available

  • Forager - June 27

  • Card Shark - June 27

  • Heaven Dust 2 - June 27

  • Soulstice - June 27

  • Wall World - July 3

  • Hitman Absolution - July 3

  • Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood - July 3

  • STAR WARS: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords - July 11

  • Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX - July 11

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge - July 11

  • Samurai Bringer - July 11

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While Star Wars fans will be glad they can get their hands on a classic game, they have recently been tucking into the latest spinoff series, The Acolyte. The series follows a Jedi Master (Lee Jung-jae) and his former padawan (Amandla Stenberg) as they investigate a series of crimes.

Ahead of the launch, showrunner Leslye Headland revealed exclusively to Digital Spy that she wanted to channel the “shittiness” of the original films, saying: “I just thought my Star Wars, because I'm getting the opportunity to do this as a super fan, I just wanted to borrow all that stuff from the original trilogy only because that was my introduction to Star Wars.”

Star Wars: The Acolyte streams on Disney+. Prime Day runs on July 16 and July 17.

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