EA has announced that three new Star Wars games are currently in production at Respawn Entertainment.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order shows just how good a Star Wars game can potentially be when done right. Here’s our review!
Missed the premiere of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker last month because of the MMFF? You can still catch it at the Commercenter Cinemas in Alabang!
EA has released a new gameplay trailer for the upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order at the EA Play live stream at E3 2019.
Apex Legends and Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment has officially announced Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order!
EA has officially announced the release of their latest mobile game for both Android and iOS, Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes. The game brings together many iconic character from all across the Star Wars universe for players to collect and assemble into powerful teams and battle against other teams of iconic characters. It features a gameplay style similar to… View Article
Disney has officially launched the third edition of its immensely popular hybrid toy/game now dubbed Disney Infinity 3.0 which adds a slew of awesome characters from the epic Star Wars saga, Pixar’s Inside Out, as well as adding more characters from the Marvel universe. “Disney Infinity is the only game where fans can play… View Article
The awesome folks at GOG.com have announced a new partnership with Disney Interactive to re-release more than 20 classic LucasArts video on GOG.com, all DRM-free. “We are very excited to be able to bring these classic interactive titles to our platform; it has been a long-time dream of ours,” said Guillaume Rambourg, Managing Director at GOG.com…. View Article
Ever wanted to run your own Death Star? Well now’s your chance. Disney Mobile along with LucasArts and Nimblebit, the folks behind Tiny Tower, have just released Star Wars: Tiny Death Star for iOS, Android, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone devices. Help the Emperor and Darth Vader further the cause of the empire by building… View Article
EA (Electronic Arts) and Disney have signed a multi-year exclusive licensing agreement to develop and publish new Star Wars games. Games developed by Visceral Games, DICE and BioWare and other developers that EA partners with will be published exclusively by EA. Under the agreement, EA holds the rights to develop and publish games for core gamers for… View Article