Despite still, somehow, being a big Star Wars fan, and also one who appreciates the work that goes into the lore behind a BioWare game, you'd think I'd have been first in line playing Old Republic. But nope.
When Old Republic launched, World of Warcraft was its main competition. Now that Guild Wars 2 has come in and kicked a whole lotta doors down, the two "big" RPGs face the same up-and-coming threat.
When compared to a $6000, life-sized statue of the man, a $375 statue of Old Republic's Darth Malgus suddenly doesn't seem as expensive, does it?
An upcoming expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic will add a host of new features to the MMO, like a new "Nightmare" difficulty level, new companion characters, new PvP warzones, new playable species, more high-level content and a new planet.
Paul Adam is a concept artist at BioWare. No, not the Mass Effect BioWare. Or the Dragon Age BioWare. The Star Wars one. So yeah, you're about to see some lightsabers.
From the disappointment over The Elder Scrolls Online to the steep decline in subscriber numbers for Star Wars: Old Republic, one thing is becoming increasingly clear: the time of the traditional MMO is drawing to an end.
First announced last year, Sideshow Collectibles has finally unveiled product images and details about its upcoming Darth Malgus statue from Star Wars: Old Republic.
"I'm 12 and what is this". If you don't know what that means, here. Everybody back on the same page? OK, so we can all have a laugh at this poor guy's expense when he was banned from Star Wars: Old Republic for using the line.
Reader Ian hit a bug playing Star Wars: Old Republic over the weekend. Normally, we wouldn't give a rat's arse. Bugs happen. But this one was too great to ignore.
Seeing as Star Wars: Old Republic takes place within the confines of a massive galactic conflict, every Player vs Player encounter can be viewed as a small battle in one enormous war.
Want to see the best exploit of 2012 (so far?) Look no further than new MMO Star Wars: Old Republic, which literally lets you dance your way out of trouble.
To celebrate the launch of video game Star Wars: The Old Republic, publishers EA flew teams of Jedi and Sith into New York City's Times Square to face off.
BioWare and Lucasart's Star Wars: Old Republic MMO is going to be the world's first large-scale massively multiplayer game to be all talk. As in, no text messages whatsoever.
After the "big reveal" at the San Francisco LucasArts office, we were given the chance for Q&A with BioWare and LucasArts on details for the KOTOR MMO. Which was kind of silly, since they largely refused to answer any of the questions with anything besides "We can't talk about that yet." So here's what we don't know:…
Now that we've got a name and a genre to go with the Bioware/EA Star Wars title, we can move onto other questions. Like this one: will Star Wars: Old Republic be making its way to consoles? EA are playing it coy, EA Games president Frank Gibeau saying that, along with a console version of Warhammer Online, it's "under…