A new fan petition to bring Star Wars: The Old Republic to Netflix has garnered nearly 200,000 signatures.
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You’ve met Mass Effect, Dragon Age and The Old Republic. Now it’s time to welcome The Agonising Wait. BioWare’s new IP has been pushed back to FY 2019, EA told investors in a conference call today. The first all-new property from the developer since Mass Effect and Dragon Age, which debuted last generation, the new […]
All right, already. We all know that Knights of the Old Republic is great. Today, May the Fourth, is Star Wars today. Many publications will be telling you about the best Star Wars games of all times. You’ll hear about the heavy-hitters, like Knights of the Old Republic, TIE Fighter, and Republic Commando. But we’ve […]
Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the RPG Reload Play-Along. Each month, we'll be playing an iOS RPG together, sharing laughs and tears in equal measures. The post on the front page (like this one!) is basically here to announce the game in question and give a few tips on getting started. The real action
Ah yes, May 4th. The day each year where every social media channel is crammed to capacity with bad Star Wars puns. The good news is, what has become "Star Wars Day" is typically crammed with all sorts of different promotions surrounding the Star Wars universe. On the App Store, that means two (as of
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Star Wars fan? Enjoy a good DRM-free title? Nostalgic for the LucasArts of the past? We've got just what you need. From Knights of the Old Republic to Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, many popular Star Wars titles are on sale this week atShow More Summary
Video game journalist Liam Robertson revealed that BioWare Austin is currently prototyping the new "Knights of the Old Republic" game which will fit into the new "Star Wars" canon.
It's no surprise that gamers would be absolutely geeked to find out that there could be a new Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic in the works. Well, here's what we know.
By now you may have seen a rumor floating around about BioWare Austin developing a new Knights of the Old Republic game. Don’t get your hopes up too much: It’s based on old info. If BioWare ever does make a new KOTOR, it won’t be for a very long time. Read more...
Another one from the rumor mill, but given the track record of the source, this one could be worth watching. Apparently BioWare Austin is working on a remake or reimagining of its classic RPG Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. The...Show More Summary
BioWare is reportedly working on a remake of their Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic video game.
BioWare Austin is reportedly prototyping a Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic game. BioWare Austin, the studio behind the currently running MMO The Old Republic, is apparently working on a prototype of some sort for a Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic game. The information comes from Liam Robertson, a journalist with a […]
From Knights of the Old Republic 3, to Star Wars Galaxies and a follow-up to the Rogue Squadron series, there's been a lot of cool Star Wars games that we've never gotten to see. More »
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Charles P. Pierce: It's not like we haven't been through something like this before: A dubious presidency, shot through with actual corruption corruptly concealed, begins to unravel because, sooner or later, the old republic begins to kick back, hard, with whatever happens to be handy. Show More Summary
You know when someone writes something that hits you right where you live and you had no idea it was coming? That’s what happened when I got to a certain moment in Chuck Wendig’s final installment of his Star Wars: Aftermath trilogy, Empire’s End. I actually yelled with joy reading this book. Read more...
Before working on Knights of the Old Republic II, Obsidian wanted to make a Star Wars action-RPG using the Dark Alliance engine.
Stormlands may have been planned as an Xbox One launch game at one point, but we’ll never see it. Obsidian Entertainment, famed for working on Fallout: New Vegas, Knights of the Old Republic, and a key factor in the recent renaissance of CRPGs, was at one point working on an open-world RPG for Microsoft, to […]