Tag Archive: Star Wars

Jan 20

NEWS: Disney Drops Star Wars 1313

Though we were all pretty sure it was gone for good, many fans still had hope the Disney’s liquidation of LucasArts would still retain the properties under development. Unfortunately for us, the hope is gone. Disney did not renew the trademark for Star Wars 1313, and the US Patent and Trademark Office has listed the property …

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Nov 08

NEWS: NimbleBit Releases Star Wars: Tiny Death Star

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Stars Wars! Really, that’s all someone has to say to get grab my interest. Not that I’m a massive fan of the series nor have gone deep into the expanded canon. Still, when someone says something about Star Wars, I’ve gotta listen. NimbleBit, creator of Tiny Towers and Tiny Planes, have partnered with Disney (and …

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May 24

EA and Star Wars: A New Hope?

The question on the mind of every Star Wars video game fan is what’s going to happen to the Star Wars franchise since the closing of LucasArts and the acquisition of the license to Star Wars games by Electronic Arts. Given EA’s back-to-back “Worst Company in America” awards, matched with their highly controversial takeovers and …

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Nov 05

Games We Can Only Dream About

Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. But then all that changed when M. Night Shyamalan attacked.

With November now freshly arrived, we’re in for a month of great releases. Assassin’s Creed 3, Halo 4, Black Ops 2, Far Cry 3, and one that’s not a damn sequel, LEGO: Lord of the Rings. What? I’m excited to break some blocky orcs. But while these games are great, everyone who looks at the …

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Oct 05

Bethesda Gets An Austin Studio

Howdy Ya’ll! Sorry for the bad southern stereotype. Just wanted to spread the word that Bethesda Softworks is spreading their influence. Industry veteran Rich Vogel is going to be heading a new Bethesda studio in Austin, Texas. Some of you might know Rich Vogel as that guy from Bioware who produced Star Wars: Knights of …

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