Hard to get a glimpse of the propellers in French enthusiast Oliver C’s X-Wing drone. It is a completely rebuilt and customized quadrocopter that now looks like the iconic fighter from Star Wars. Read more...
The Star Wars game in the works at Visceral Games invites excited speculation with every little tease. The Star Wars license is getting a bit of a work out at EA since the publisher cut a deal with Disney. The most prominent result of this arrangement is Star Wars Battlefront, which releases later this year, […]
Disney is expanding its foray into the connected toys (or toys-to-life) category with a new offering called Playmation, which combines figurines and wearable devices from popular franchises including Star Wars and the Avengers with each...Show More Summary
Who knew that Disney's strange and bizarre mishmash of characters into one large game would turn out to be such a big hit? I know, a Disney title with a bunch of Pixar, film, and legacy characters would've sold regardless, but this experiment...Show More Summary
ThreeA—a company renowned for making some of the best damn toys on the planet —has come out with a line of Star Wars figures, designed by famed comic, toy (and Metal Gear ) artist Ashley Wood Read more...
Alongside the Star Wars sets, Disney is enlisting the help of Pixar's latest movie.
The entire canon of Star Wars has been split open, and Disney is ready to reclaim it. Not only are they planning on continuing the original trilogy with Force Awakens, but they're also working on side story projects, as well as a film that ties Jedi to the newly minted universe. Show More Summary
Much of the excitement of Disney Infinity 3.0 revolves around the addition of the Star Wars franchise. That makes sense. The multi-billion dollar acquisition from a couple of years ago was one of the last major cards Disney Interactive had to play for its toy-based game. Show More Summary
Star Wars: Battle Pod, the gloriously lavish arcade cabinet that reenacts the best space battles from the epic film saga, can now be yours for a mere £24K / $35K (shipping and setting fees not included). Today Bandai Namco announced the commercial version of the arcade cabinet, that puts players in the rumbling, reacting seat of an ace space pilot. Show More Summary
Star Wars Battle Pod might not be good enough to justify paying $35,000 to have at home, but there’s no denying it’s the most fun I’ve had with an arcade game in years. Read more...
The 1980s began with a massive bang thanks to the return of Star Wars, the explosion of arcades, the rise of horror cinema, and plenty more.
A home version of Star Wars: Battle Pod, the aerial battle arcade game from Namco Bandai, has been announced and it’s rather expensive. Granted, any game contained within an arcade cabinet isn’t cheap, and while this one in particular is rather special, it will run you $35,000/£24,000 plus shipping. The home version is made-to-order and […]
Star Wars Wolf Pack Clone Troopers Gift Set $78
You know how a lot of Star Wars fans dislike Jar Jar Binks? As a life long Loony Tunes fan, that's exactly how I felt about Space Jam when I first saw it, back when it was originally released in theaters. I was pretty sad about it. My understanding is that a lot of 90's kids really love the film. Show More Summary
Screenshots of the Star Wars: Twilight of the Republic play set for Disney Infinity 3.0 have been released, and the gallery is posted below. Along with the screenshots, courtesy of Nintendo Everything, Family Gamer TV has posted two Wii U videos filmed during its hands-on time with the latest iteration of the toys-to-life game. Announced […]
Disney Infinity has been expanding its toy empire over the course of the past few years. And while it's explored the outer cosmos in the past, Disney Infinity 3.0 will venture to an entirely new universe with the upcoming Star Wars Play...Show More Summary
Star Wars Battle Pod is the first Star Wars arcade game in years. I guess because playing it in game centers isn’t enough, Bandai Namco is selling it to the Japanese public. There’s a catch! And it’s the price. Read more...
Technical director confirms both are running on the same version of the Frostbite engine.
Today, May 25, is Star Wars Day—not the weird pun nonsense earlier this month that people love to call “Star Wars Day”, but the anniversary of the release of the original film in 1977. And today here on Kotaku we’re going to celebrate an oft-mocked part of Star Wars: the Expanded Universe. Read more...
The new Need for Speed game will utilise the latest version of EA’s Frostbite engine. We don’t know much about the Need for Speed reboot. We do know that it won’t carry a subtitle and that it’s only coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Being a new-gen-only game, it would make sense that the […]