Star Wars: Jedi Challenges offers hours of fun with a lightsaber replica and smartphone-powered AR headset, though the tracking could be better. A lightsaber in my hand and an augmented-reality headset on my head, and I’m dodging and striking in the world of Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, the collaboration between Lenovo and Disney to bring the first Star Wars-themed AR app to the masses. Priced at $199 at Best Buy, Jedi Challenges requires a compatible Android or iPhone smartphone to insert into the headset. Once you have that, you’re ready to put the smackdown on Empire forces in three wildly different but compelling games. There are some tracking issues to contend with, but that thrilling feeling of victory when I landed that final critical blow on a Sith Lord is what makes Jedi Challenges a must-have for Star Wars fans. Lenovo’s Mirage AR headset isn’t the prettiest, but I can definitely see it coming from a galaxy far, far away. The majority of the headset is made from dark-gray matte plastic, with glossy black accents running along the top and sides. A clear plastic panel wraps around the front of the headset, with a pair of position-tracking fish-eye ...