Disney Infinity 3.0 opens the Star Wars saga with Twilight of the Republic play-set for Episodes I-III. Combining Ninja Theory's combat smarts with vehicle improvements from Sumo Digital this looks impressive from the off.
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
Disney is shooting to make Star Wars on Infinity into multigenerational fun.
Craig Drake‘s work can stop you in your tracks. Drake uses what feels like a bare minimum of elements to perfectly represent his subject in a striking and distinctive way. You might call it “minimalist,” but that would be a discredit to the energy contained in each piece. 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...
When Hot Wheels started making die-cast toy cars inspired by everyone’s favourite Star Wars characters, it seemed like a match made in heaven — or in a galaxy far, far away. But now that Tomica has revealed its own line of Star Wars-themed die-cast cars, we have to admit we actually prefer these wackier designs, especially the low-riding Vader. More »
Technical director confirms both are running on the same version of the Frostbite engine.
We're just going to start this one out with a big ol' SPOILER WARNING for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Granted, what follows is all speculation and hearsay based on rumors and innuendo, but there's a chance some of it is real and hence,...Show More Summary
As Star Wars – the original film, A New Hope – turns 38 this year (it opened May 25th, 1977), it's hard to imagine a time when Star Wars wasn't an ingrained part of our pop culture. For a second, just imagine a world where lightsabers aren't a thing and the Millennium Falcon is just a figment of George Lucas's imagination. Show More Summary
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...
Between spiky Thors and scary Predators, there’s been quite a few reveals for Square-Enix’s Play Arts Kai line recently — but that’s not stopped them from lifting the lid on their latest Star Wars toy today. Although this Darth Maul isn’t as wacky as Play Arts Kai at it’s best, it looks absolutely awesome. Read more...
Last week EA and developer Ghost Games confirmed the new Need for Speed title that will be released later this year. The reboot of this popular racing franchise carries a very simple moniker, it’s just Need for Speed this time around,...Show More Summary
We can hear the cantina song already. Immersive events company Secret Cinema is known for lovingly bringing classic films to life. Last year, the group recreated suburban Hill Valley of "Back To The Future" fame in London, with impressive attention to detail and simultaneous live performances of key scenes onscreen. Show More Summary
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 […]
Disney is set to screen the original and prequel trilogies at the Shanghai International Film Festival to get audiences ready for 'Star Wars 7'.
Star Wars Die Cast Vehicles for $4
A team of 180 talented Madame Tussauds sculptors, hair artists and colourists have worked hard for a year to create this epic Star Wars experience – find out how they brought the Star Wars universe to life in this full behind-the-scenes video. Show More Summary
Hello everyone, and welcome to the week! It's time once again for our look back at the noteworthy updates of the last seven days. Wow, this is quite the list of updates this week, my friends. I'm almost overwhelmed at the breadth of games that got some kind of content update or fix, and I'm
Image LinkVintage Everyday recently assembled a great collection of behind-the-scenes photos from the sets of the Star Wars trilogy. There's a little bit of everything and everyone here, from George to Greedo, (bikinied) Carrie to Calrissian and Tatooine to Tauntaun. Check out all 100 photos here.
This Week in Star Wars marks the release of both Star Wars and Return of the Jedi as well the filming of Obi-Wan and Vader's famous lightsaber duel in A New Hope. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with a new weekly column I'm calling This Week In Star Wars. Show More Summary