Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, BioWare's beloved RPG, is now available on Android devices. To mark the occasion, developer Aspyr Media has slashed the usual $10 price in half (with a lightsaber, presumably). You can snag it from Google Play...
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic - widely considered one of the greatest role-playing games of all time (and a personal favourite) - has finally launched on Android. It's on the Google Play store for £3.20 - that's 50 per cent off for the launch. Show More Summary
Attention, meatbags: If you somehow missed Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic the first three times it was released, now might be your chance to finally fix that. How so? Well, BioWare's excellent role-playing game set in a galaxy far, far away i...
It may have taken its sweet time after seeing an initial mobile release on iOS over a year ago, but Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic has finally made its Android debut. The port brings the massively popular title to a whole new audience with optimized touch controls.
Prague is a city steeped in history both known and otherwise, and the darker side of the Czech capitol's past is brought to light in evocative displays at The Museum of Alchemists and Magicians of Old Prague, which looks at some of the famous dabblers in the dark arts that have called the city home. Show More Summary
Every winter solstice, shopping is a hot topic, and my feet feel like hot kohls! The carts jostle like an old navy fleet of some banana republic, pushed by old fossils tickled pink to payless and save a few penneys on staples! I’d like to hide in a foot locker, or maybe Pandora’s box, but […]
Star Wars: The Old Republic has never been exactly what we want it to be. Though some of us have stuck with it since its launch in December 2011, we know it's still not ideal in 2014. And so does BioWare. Read more...
I cancelled my Star Wars: The Old Republic subscription this week. Given my history with the game I'm sure it's only temporary, but for now I got what I needed out of the 12x event and I'm off to greener pastures. I told BioWare as much...Show More Summary
Star Wars: The Old Republic is turning three this month, and BioWare is celebrating by making the game's Coruscant and Dromund Kaas Stronghold housing instances available for three credits. Which isn't as cool as it sounds, since their normal 5,000 credit price is pocket change that you can earn in 30 seconds. Show More Summary
Early access for Star Wars: The Old Republic's Shadow of Revan expansion technically opened last week, but for non-subscribers, the formal digital launch date is today. Predictably, BioWare has released a new trailer to coincide with the official launch. Show More Summary
Jamie Kirchick, who benefitted mightily in launching his career from being part of a corrupt and compliant media establishment that grasped at Martin Peretz's filthy lucre, complains about Chris Hughes: > Jamie Kirchick: [The Rise and...Show More Summary
There’s an old adage along the lines of don’t pick fights with someone who buys ink by the barrel. Chris Hughes, the Facebook sub-mogul who bought the New Republic two years ago and gutted it last week, just picked fights with a few dozen people who have access to those barrels. Hughes’ overhaul of the [...]
USV(CC-BY) The New Republic is 100 years old, but it may be dead. TNR alum Dana Milbank says Chris Hughes, who bought the magazine at age 28, killed it. “Hughes is no [Walter] Lippmann,” Milbank writes. “He’s a callow man who accidentally...Show More Summary
Reports of the New Republic’s death have been greatly understated—and more than a half-century late. The decision of boy-millionaire Chris Hughes to jettison editors, relocate from Washington to New York, and recast the biggest of the...Show More Summary
Sokrates: If you wanted a focus group for the core target audience of the Old New Republic, you would look for intellectually-curious left-of-center engaged intellectuals not themselves subject-matter experts in policy and politics. And on the internet the single most concentrated slice of such people are found in the commentariat at the website. Show More Summary
This is a pretty full month for MMO content releases. We've got a couple of new games in The Crew and Elite: Dangerous, though how "MMO" they are remains to be seen. We've also got expansions for Star Wars: The Old Republic, TERA, and...Show More Summary
SWTOR penny-pinchers rejoice, for the oppressive tyranny of skill costs are about to become history. In a post on the forums this afternoon, BioWare announced that it will be abandoning skill training costs as of next week. "One thing...Show More Summary
Says Bob Wright, stroking his beard in thought, in a discussion with John B. Judis, who just left The New Republic in what he calls "solidarity" with the old editorial leadership just ousted by new management. In that clip, Wright and Judis are discussing what it takes for a magazine to exert forceful political influence these days. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) Major breaking news announcement from Power Line: We have been acquired by Chris Hughes. (Motto: “All the Hughes that’s fit to print”?) We’re all being fired and replaced by a bunch of cyber-primates, and the site will move to Paramus, New Jersey. Show More Summary
If you haven't planted roots in Star Wars: The Old Republic's strongholds or are on a quest to collect them all, then BioWare has a nice surprise for you. Buried in the patch notes for this week's Shadows of Revan expansion is an announcement...Show More Summary