I'm currently in a Star Wars game with my home group. I may have mentioned that a time or two here before. We're using a brusque house-ruling of d20 (not the d20 Star Wars game, mind you--the SRD. D&D houseruled to be Star Wars, in other words.) I also have two of the three Wizards of the Coast produced d20 Star Wars games--the original and the Revised. Although the third, the SAGA edition seems to be widely considered to be the best of the three, given that I still haven't played with either of the two I already own, buying a third version of the same game using basically the same game engine seems... foolhardy, at least. The closest I ever got to doing so was playing the older Knights of the Old Republic games, which use a slightly modified version of that system to represent your player characters.
I never played the WEG d6 version, although it seems to be fondly remembered by many gamers.
And yet, on some level, I can't help but be a little excited. It's Star Wars, after all. It's got great production values. It looks slick. And I'm still excited about hopefully making some time to explore the all new free-to-play Old Republic option here soon.