Star Wars: 10 Weird Expanded Universe Things We're Glad Aren't Canon Anymore

10. Masters Of Teras Kasi


Star Wars: Masters of Teras Kasi was a terrible attempt to merge the galaxy far far away with the tournament fighter video game genre. Though the property seems perfect for such an adaptation, Masters of Teras Kasi was one of the most disliked original PlayStation games ever to release.

Though players should have been treated to spectacular, semi-fanfiction battles between characters like Darth Vader, Darth Sidious, Luke Skywalker, Yoda, and so on, these fights were made ridiculous by the fact that light-sabers in the game were about as effective as harsh language. Bouncing off even totally unprotected combatants while doling out a very minor damage penalty, it made the series' most iconic weapon a total joke.

What's more, most of the characters—including Arden Lyn and Hoar the Tusken Raider—were made up for the game. What could possibly be worse than going toe-to-toe with the Dark Lord of the Sith unarmed? Going up against him as a Tusken Raider with a ridiculous name.

This PS1 flop is still non-canon, though the fighting style referenced in the game made a small appearance in the recent Solo film. Could this mean EA will soon be rolling out a sequel? Hopefully not.


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