The first two rounds of downloadable content for Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens drop today, along with some apples from the slippery hands of that lovable scamp, Jar Jar Binks. About time we got some prequel action up in here, am I right?
Launched today on Steam, Star Wars: Trials of Tatooine is a very small taste of what official virtual reality lightsaber swinging might feel like.
It’s finally confirmed—Alden Ehrenreich is indeed the new Han Solo, and will star in Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s solo Solo film. Apparently, Ehrenreich was literally the first person to audition for the role out of more than 3,000 actors. He also screentested in the Millennium Falcon and with Chewbacca, too.
A new Star Wars movie is hugely important. New merchandise for it, just so—which is why one of the biggest reveals of yesterday evening’s Rogue One panel at Celebration Europe included Felicity Jones getting her very own Jyn Erso action figure. Now we can have a closer look.
Holy crap. Rebels has a new Big Bad, and it’s an old Big Bad—Grand Admiral Thrawn, the brilliant Imperial military commander who took over the remnants of the Empire in the old Expanded Universe, as revealed in the very first EU novel trilogy by Timothy Zahn.
Another major Star Wars novel is out, and that means even more revelations about the nascent Star Wars canon that Disney is building for the galaxy far, far away. We’ve read Life Debt, Chuck Wendig’s sequel to Aftermath, and broken down what it means for the state of the Star Wars galaxy.
In 2011, a university student in Poland named Paweł Zadrożniak hooked up two floppy disk drives and started making music. Five years later, he’s assembled a full symphony.
Oh come on, Lego Star Wars. She might be a general now, but she’ll always be a princess.
Sharing screen time with Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy in Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Lego J.J. Abrams adds troop command and blaster marksmanship to his already impressive resume.
After two Lego Star Wars games covering a movie trilogy each, can Star Wars: The Force Awakens carry an entire Lego game by itself? Not without a lot of help.
Star Wars Episode VII’s main story is great and all, but have you heard about how dashing Resistance pilot Poe Dameron and C3PO saved rescued Admiral Ackbar from a First Order Star Destroyer? Let me tell you all about it.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ version of Kylo Ren can be a bit intimidating, but deep down inside he’s just a fan like everybody else. The game comes out next week. He’ll be in his room sulking until then.
Here’s the thing about Star Wars’ favorite malcontent: saving the day is only something Han Solo does when he has to save his own ass.
In case you were wondering if the ship battles, cover-based shooting and multi-builds were enough to get you to buy another movie-based LEGO game, the free LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens demo has all of those things.
EA is working on more Star Wars games. I’m shocked, shocked I tell you.
Meet Okitsugu Kado. For the past ten years, this sushi chef has been honing skills as the best Star Wars vegetable carver around.
Software piracy in 2016 is so ubiquitous that we expect games to leak ahead of release. Back in the 20th century, though, it was a lot harder for pirates to get hold of video games before they hit retail shelves. As evidenced by this crazy old story about how the classic TIE Fighter got out a week before its release…
If you’ve been to a major convention around the United States, there’s a good chance that you’ve bumped into Roxy the Rancor, a 1:1 scale prop replica of Jabba’s pet beast from Return of the Jedi. Now, its creators have built a new major prop that you’ll see on the convention floor soon!
If you thought Star Wars Battlefront was insubstantial, you’re not alone. The folks running EA agree, and they say they plan to add more content when the next one comes along.