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‘Star Wars Resistance’ review: “The Core Problem”

In case you were curious, here is an excerpt from our review of “The Core Problem.”

Last week, Kaz dressed himself up as a stormtrooper in “The New Trooper” and stole a data rod containing information about the First Order’s movements. With the stormtroopers guarding communications and with the platform under constant surveillance, Kaz has been unable to send the Resistance the intel he’s gathered. Not only that, but Kaz doesn’t know what’s happening outside the Colossus.

While Star Wars Resistance specializes in humor and making us laugh on a weekly basis, “The Core Problem” has a more serious tone. It builds on the intense aspects surrounding the First Order’s nefarious activities in the Unknown Regions. We can’t help but feel heartbroken over the destruction Kaz and Poe find, especially when it relates back to Kel and Eila. The episode brilliantly brings together these separate threads from past storylines and weaves together another great episode.

You can read the full recap/review over at Culturess.

To learn more about this episode, check out the official episode guide.

What did you think of “The Core Problem”? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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