In an article called More Cancelled Star Wars Games Revealed, IGN reveals that Factor 5 had been pretty busy before the 2008 financial crisis. We almost got a Rogue Squadron compilation on the Wii, and a bunch of other goodies. We also missed out on Star Wars Rogue Squadron: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter. It's worth a read.
Forbes and other outlets are confirming 40 new levels are on the way to Angry Birds Star Wars 2 - and apparently they're free. Does this mean more new toys? Most likely, so strap yourselves in for another season of bird importing on your iPhones!
Since you probably never heard of it, the passing of Star Wars: Attack Squadrons before an actual release won't mean much to you. The free-to-play game has been in beta testing, and now according to this Facebook post it won't be doing much of anything. Having joined 1313 and Vernost
Disney gave us a hands-on heavily embargoed look at a new Star Wars app last week called Star Wars Journeys: The Phantom Menace. While sort of a neat throwback - it's an iOS take on the classic Buena Vista storybook + record sets some of us had in kids mashed up with trivia and a video game - it's also aimed at people much shorter and younger than the average reader of sites like this one.
Featuring lush art and amazing voiceover work by James Arnold Taylor (Obi-Wan Kenobi and others on The Clone Wars), it's $6.99 and will be on the iTunes store roughly nowish.
If you have an Apple touch screen gizmo, LEGO Star Wars Microfighters is up for grabs. 99 cents gets you the game, and the toys are coming sooner or later. They're on Amazon and are crazy expensive right now.
This week, there's a new Nintendo 3DS Star Wars Pinball game. It has three tables in the demo video seen here. One is all Boba Fett, another is The Clone Wars, and the other is The Empire Strikes Back. Could they have
If you like Star Wars, and you like pinball, you might want to know about Star Wars Pinball which has just been ported to the Wii U. It's available to download today for $9.99.
After a few aborted game plans and years of speculation that wasn't really speculation, EA's DICE division has something special for you: an E3 teaser trailer for Star Wars Battlefront III! You can see it after the jump, although there's not a heck of a lot to really digest here just yet other than a lot of familiar, snowy sounds.
After rumors and some confusion, a few reviews surfaced today confirming that it was indeed available to purchase! The iTunes Store has Knights of the Old Republic for your iPad. The 10-year-old game is $9.99. A story at Time.com talks about how IGN had a review up before the game was officially announced. And you thought it was bad when Walmart got an exclusive before Hasbro announced it! (Well, yeah, it is.)
The demise of Star Wars software was slightly exaggerated, as Sony posted a new Star Wars Pinball Pack by Zen Studios today. It's $9.99 for 3 new tables with trophies, and that probably means we might see these on another platform very soon.
Now that LucasArts is out, StarWars.com confirms EA is in. Electronic Arts is one of the biggest video game publishers of all time with quite the reputation. EA has a massive warchest and marketing reach to match, but has pioneered a number of gamer-unfriendly innovations while cultivating some of the greatest franchises of recent memory.
With all sorts of goodies leaking out lately, Kotaku posted a big article on the final months of LucasArts which, in and of itself, would be a good read. The icing on the cake is Battlefront III video footage, showing off some of the vehicles and weapons which may have been in the final, now-not-coming build.
In a frustrating "now you tell me!" kind of a way, Slashfilm has information indicating that the most-likely-canned game Star Wars 1313 was recently retooled by order for George Lucas himself to have Boba Fett as the lead character.
If you're looking to muck around with the guts of a PC classic game this weekend, you're in luck! Activision and Raven released the source code for Jedi Outcast: Jedi Knight II this week. And you know what that means! (And if you don't, that's OK, you probably won't want to read the rest of the story.)
LucasArts was best known to fans as what confused people thought was the true name of the company Lucasfilm, but in reality it was the entertainment software branch of George Lucas' media empire. For much of its early life it was known as Lucasfilm Games, which spawned numerous memorable computer games like The Curse of Monkey Island, TIE Fighter, Maniac Mansion, and more recently Grim Fandango. Today, we learned that Disney will be shuttering the developer, instead licensing out its characters to other developers. The fate for Star Wars 1313 is not completely known although some reports have indicated it was far enough along to finish while others say it will be axed.