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Electronic Arts has this week announced that its shutting down Dead Space developer Visceral Games and moving current projects to other studios.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 launched way back in 2005 and it was an instant hit. Today it received its first updated in 12 years from GOG of all places.
Disney confirmed today that J.J. Abrams will be taking back the director’s seat for the next installment of the Star Wars saga, Star Wars:...
LEGO and Disney have this week unveiled the biggest and probably most expensive LEGO set, The Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon.
Disney has given a first look at their highly anticipated Star Wars land attractions currently in development in California and Florida.
Following the news that Lucasfilm had dropped directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller citing creative differences, the company has now revealed that Ron Howard will be perching his butt in the directors seat.
Apparently the first details of Amy Hennig's upcoming Star Wars game which is currently in development over at Visceral, have leaked online.
Lucasfilm has announced that Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller will no longer be sitting in the Directors chair for the upcoming Han Solo spin-off movie, and the Internet is going ballistic.
The Last Jedi trailer came out earlier today during the panel at Star Wars Celebration. And justifiably everyone has lost their shit. But...
No one is safe from leaks, ever, so how about we talk about a real Star Wars leak? Over on NeoGAF, the first trailer for...
When Star Wars Battlefront launched late in 2015, it was praised for its authenticity and attention to detail. The team at DICE had painstakingly recreated environments from the original trilogy, using assets from the movies themselves. The game was Star Wars through and through, from the sound design to the iconic locations, it was in many ways what fans had hoped for.
Star Wars Celebration is happening this year in April and it will be the last official event until 2019. There will be no event in 2018 as confirmed today on the event's website in this post.
Today Disney shareholders met in Denver, Colorado and were shown footage from many different upcoming Disney films, including the highly anticipated movie, Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Parkour has now be recognised as a sport in the UK, and I personally can't wait for this first generation of teen sidekicks using Parkour to solve crimes and catch crooks. Though what other geeky sports should become actual sports?
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story sees Disney try to expand their cinematic universe of Star Wars, but did they do what Fox couldn't and actually a produce a decent Star Wars prequel?