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[E3 Microsoft] - announced Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

After some rumors that gave a new LEGO title linked to the Disney universe of the Star Wars franchise, Microsoft, during its conference, confirmed that Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, ...

Star Wars - Disney announces the new trilogy

This Christmas in theaters will see the latest chapter of the Star Wars trilogy open in the 2015 with "Strength Awakening". However, Disney has recently unveiled the calendar of upcoming films that ...

EA has added well 12 old Star Wars videogame glories to the Origin service ...

In the past few hours Electronic Arts, to celebrate the Star Wars Day which is now held every year on 4 May, has added 12 games of the Star Wars brand to the Origin subscription service ...

Dead Peter Mayhew, the Star Wars Chewbacca

Unfortunately we must give you a very sad news: the British actor Peter Mayhew, known for his performance as Chewbacca, the co-pilot of the Star Wars Millennium Falcon, passed away at the age of 74 years. To make ...

Published the first teaser trailer and unveiled the title of Star Wars: Episode IX

The panel dedicated to Episode IX at the Star Wars Celebration in Chicago was concluded a few minutes ago, and from the stage where the director and cast were present, it was officially shown ...

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - shown the logo of the new Respawn game, ...

Respawn Entertainment is not only engaged with Apex Legends but is also working on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, of which we can see the logo today.
Star Wars Dark Forces in Unreal Engine 4

Star Wars Dark Forces in Unreal Engine 4

A developer of Obsidian, a certain Jason Lewis, re-made Star Wars Dark Forces (first-person shooter released in the 1995 and developed by Lucasarts) in Unreal Engine 4. The project, born a few years ago, ...
Disney Boba Fett Star Wars

Electronic Arts may have canceled the open-world game of Star Wars

It seems that Electronic Arts has canceled its Star Wars open-world game. This game seems to have been developed by EA Vancouver and was to be a re-imagination of the single player game on ...

The Persona video game series exceeds the 10 million units ...

In the last few hours Atlus, in a post on Persona's official Japanese website, announced that the video game series has surpassed 10 ...

[gamescom 2019] Iron Danger- Preview

Among the new titles presented at the Daedalic Ent stand, Iron Danger was also present, a game that at first glance seems the most classic ...

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