Time: Otherwise I’m having a blast with Star Wars Battlefront, if in the loose, unfussy sense I might a popcorn flick, without pretensions. By stripping out the story and making the whole affair a leaner grab bag, DICE is pitching an immaculately visualized arcade-casual experience. And yet it harbors harder-core perks, if you’re a completist. While I’m still in process of fully vetting all the multiplayer modes, I’m kind of in love with the Star Card system, even if it’s probably going to peak much sooner than Halo 5‘s 1,000-plus card collectibles. But then Halo 5 doesn’t have lightsabers, or force lighting, or thermal detonators, or the option to eventually play as Rodians, Sullustans and Twi’leks. And for diehard Star Wars fans, that will be more than enough.