Last October, we saw a listing for Star Wars: First Assault, an unannounced Xbox Live Arcade game developed by LucasArts.
If you didn't already hate LucasArts enough for needlessly canceling Star Wars: Battlefront III, wait until you hear this: They shitcanned it when the game was "99 percent finished," said the co-founder of the defunct studio behind the game.
Chris Matthews is a senior artist at Crytek UK, the studio formerly known as Free Radical (Timesplitters). The art you're about to see, then, has not only some Crytek stuff such as Crysis, but also some art from the developer's cancelled Battlefront III project.
There's a guy out there with a rough, obviously very unfinished copy of Star Wars: Battlefront III. We've seen a few snippets and shots from him before, but this, this is something else.
Star Wars: Battlefront III was once a game well and truly in development, at UK studio Free Radical. Since its 2008 cancellation, it has been supposedly off and on more times than anyone can count. Like many studios, Free Radical had its fair share of ups and downs, hits and misses over the years. But despite the…
It was over three years ago that we got our first look at the Star Wars Battlefront game that never was. Now some more footage has surfaced, and it's of a much better quality.
How many times have we been excited then let down by rumours and cancellations of a third game in the Star Wars: Battlefront series?
LucasArts Games promises to unveil exciting news based on an existing franchise on Monday.
These are such things as dreams are made on, the colorful concepts of dying developers, the universes that will never be.
Oh man, oh man, oh man. This has got to be the coolest looking Obi-Wan Kenobi I've ever seen.
Remember that amazing footage of Star Wars Battlefront III we caught a glimpse of yesterday in the leaked footage? It looks like we're never going to be able to play that game.
Looking through that beautiful footage of Star Wars Battlefront III again and again and again this morning, I couldn't help but notice something:
With Free Radical Design having effectively kicked the bucket, shedding most of its workforce and desperately seeking buyers, here come the leaks. We've already seen what Timesplitters 4 might have looked like—how about Battlefront III?
Lots of rumours flying around today concerning Timesplitters developer Free Radical. So one more - this time concerning the future of their "Star Wars project" (ie Battlefront III) - won't hurt you.
Retailer Amazon has listed tentative dates and platforms for Star Wars Battlefront III, long rumored to be in development at Free Radical, developers of Haze and Timesplitters. While we've been under the impression that the UK based dev was hard at work we didn't know how hard at work they are. According to Amazon, …