Sacred 2:Star Wars
As most people who have played Sacred 2 know, the folks at Ascaron have been quite fond of various cultural icons and have found ways to incorporate them into the game. Things like the Alien from Alien (and the rest of the series), the DeLorean from Back to the Future in the car museum. And some hard core players of the game will have found lightsabers to use.
There are also two other Star Wars related characters with thinly disguised names also hiding in the game. The first, as anyone who's completed the quest Manners Maketh Kobold will know, there's Y'Oldah the small green kobold living in Nagash's Nest who's name sounds like the much beloved Jedi Master Yoda.
Note the glass cockpit, the barrel that could possibly be mistaken for R2-D2...
This is the rear view of the wreck. This bird is grounded, permanently... If you consider the other vehicular easter egg - the car showroom in the Dyr Lain (Dryad region), you'll no doubt see how the developers spoof other vehicles by making them out of wood.
Also, in the first quest he gives you, Y'Oldah asks you to recover a painting by "Skowe", which has been stolen by orcs. "Skowe" is "Ewoks" spelled backwards.
Obi-Wan Kenobi Statue
The statue of Knobi WanBen er.. Obi-Wan Kenobi.
The Dryad class quest has a character named San Holo - who she meets in the Jungle port of Na'Fian. San Holo, clearly a thinly disguised take on Han Solo, needs the Dryad to help find some lost scrolls in a nearby cave.
A New Hope
There's a chain quest in the Artamark (Human Region) called "A New Hope" - which is also part of the official title of the film that started the whole Star Wars phenomenon - Episode IV - A New Hope.
Inside the Thylysium Senate, near the podium in its center, you may encounter Senator Palentine. He is a direct parallel to Senator Palpatine from Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, the prequel from 1999 which is set 32 years before the movie Star Wars. Palpatine portrays himself in this movie as an aging Galactic Senator from the planet Naboo. We learn as the plot progresses that he is in actuality the Sith Lord Darth Sidious. The Senate in Tylylsium also resembles the Senate Chambers as seen in the movie and referenced in DarkMatters.
Mos Eisley Cantina
The nameless Desert Cantina looks like very much like the Mos Eisley Cantina from Star Wars.
If you happen to be playing a Light side Temple Guardian and you let him sit around too long, one of the sound bytes he will say "Sir, if you don't need me, I'll switch myself off for a while..." - a comment made by C-3PO in the original movie (Episode IV: A New Hope).
In another one, he makes mention of getting an oil bath - also seen in the orignal movie.
Inquisitor - Star Wars Homages
Is this Tatooine?
"The Force Will Free Me"
The Inquisitor will occasionaly make a vague reference to the Sith Code when he takes damage in battle (he may have to have the buff Purifying Chastisement equipped). It goes as follows: "Your hate only fuels my anger!"
"Play as Darth Vader"
Community Patch Additions
Community Patch made lightsabers drop frequently and even made some special ones a reward for some quests. Here you can see quests that are now rewarded with a lightsaber:
Epic Office Quest
Character Specific Quests
Other ways to get a special lightsaber
A real Darth Vader's Helmet