Tag: Star Wars Video Games
As the final DLC (as far as we know) for Star Wars Battlefront brought us into line with Rogue One, all eyes are turning towards this year's Battlefront sequel. Recently, EA commented on the upcoming game, confirming it's coming this year with a single-player story and more. Come inside to check it out!
As Star Wars week continues here on the site, I'm moving on to the next Star Wars retro-game I've never played before: Shadows of the Empire. Come watch as I play through it for the first time, while talking about the game's development, fun facts, and other little tidbits about its history!
Today we're kicking off a new series to stroll through the history of Star Wars games as we play them ourselves for the very first time. To start things off right, you can watch Jordan play through the first mission of Star Wars: Dark Forces! Come inside to check it out!
I had the awesome opportunity to talk with Gordy Haab, the film and video game composer responsible for the great Star Wars: The Old Republic and Star Wars Battlefront scores. He talks about the challenges of creating a score that must endure relentless hours of gameplay and unpredictable transitions, and how his adaptational work is similar or different to his work on original licenses and films.
The developers behind the incredible Pinball FX 2 game have already dished out some greath Star Wars tables over the last ocuple years, but today, they've revealed a pair of tables based on The Force Awakens that will be hitting platforms next week! Come inside to take your first look at them.
The dry spell of Star Wars video games is coming to an end this year with the release of Battlefront and Disney Infinity 3.0. While these games are sure to fill the void and scratch the itch Star Wars gamers have had for years, there are still some games we’d love to see made under the new regime.
Star Wars Pinball (one of my favorite virtual pinball games) the table expansion for Pinball FX 2 from Zen Studios is expanding once again on the Wii U. While it's second set of three table, called the Balance of the Force, has been available for a little bit on the 360 and PS3, it's now finally heading to Wii U owners later this week!
Disney Interactive is Partnering up with NimbleBit, the developer behind the popular and addictive mobile game Tiny Tower, in order to give Star Wars fans the Tiny Death Star! Come inside to check out the quick announcement and artwork for the upcoming mobile game.