Perhaps it’s unfair to simply categorize a game like Star Wars: Battlefront as a first-person shooter. When one sees the “FPS” label, one makes certain assumptions, even if many of those assumptions are based on old-fashioned gameplay structures. Perhaps it makes more sense to simply call it an action game played from a first-person standpoint; typical FPSs don’t have you riding speeder bikes and zipping through the skies in a TIE Fighter. That’s just above and beyond the standard shooter realm, wouldn’t you say? But DICE has been doing this for a while, as those who love the Battlefield vehicles already know.