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Star Wars 1313 gameplay footage impresses

Star Wars 1313 gameplay footage impresses

Some new gameplay footage from the LucasArts developed Star Wars 1313 is out in the wild. Along with Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs, it’s hard to argue seeing two more impressive looking new IPs at the show then the two just mentioned. If you still need proof,  check out the latest gameplay videos from 1313 after the jump.

LucasArts announces Star Wars 1313, a mature bounty hunter adventure

LucasArts announces Star Wars 1313, a mature bounty hunter adventure

LucasArts has announced a new game in the Star Wars universe. It’s called Star Wars 1313, and it will put gamers in the shoes of a bounty hunter in “the most dangerous place in the galaxy, 1313.” LucasArts is calling the game a third-person “cinematic” action adventure. UPDATE: gameplay video has been added

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Endor Bonus Mission Trailer

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Endor Bonus Mission Trailer

The Endor Bonus mission for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II was released today on Xbox Live (soon for the PlayStation Network). In the trailer after the jump you’ll notice a few familiar faces, as well as a few fuzzy annoying ones. Check it out!

First Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Review is in, “one of 2010′s biggest disappointments”

First Star Wars: The Force Unleashed  II Review is in, “one of 2010′s biggest disappointments”

The first review is in for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II. Its from Game Informer who says the game is ”one of 2010′s biggest disappointments” Find out why after the jump.

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Trailer

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Trailer

A new trailer from Lucasart’s upcoming Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II has been released. The demo for the game will be released on Tuesday October 12th for Xbox Live and Playstation Network. The full game comes out on October 26th. Get a glimpse of what to expect inside.

retro Review: Super Return of the Jedi

retro Review: Super Return of the Jedi
The circle is now complete. With the release of Super Return of the Jedi on the Wii VC, LucasArts has completed another re-release of the  Super Star Wars trilogy. Perfect reason to force grab the old SNES “Jedi” cart and pop it in for some trilogy ending closure, SNES style. Having missed this one in my youth, I was eager to see if SRotJ could redeem the series from the wasted idea that was Super Empire Strikes Back - a game that should have been much better than a 7.5. Join me, and I will complete your SSW training… in this retro Review.

retro Review: Super Empire Strikes Back

retro Review: Super Empire Strikes Back
In this retro Review we take a look back at the second game in the Super Star Wars Trilogy, Super Empire Strikes Back. LucasArts accordingly added Force Powers and a double jump, as well as improve the graphics and sound from the original. You would assume additions like this would greatly improve this series – but don’t strain your head using The Force to find out – simply switch on the Hyperdrive and cruise into this retro Review to get the answer.

retro Review: Indiana Jones’ Greatest Adventures

retro Review: Indiana Jones’ Greatest Adventures

After LucasArts successfully re launched the Star Wars saga into video games with “Super Star Wars” in 1992, one would figure it was only a matter of time before they went ahead and brought their other huge property, Indiana Jones back into gaming. Like the SW trilogy up to that point, Indiana’s home console offerings played like the electronic artifacts from yesteryear that they were. With Greatest Adventures, LucasArts and Factor 5 had the chance to right Indy’s situation and give his fans a sort of,  Holy Grail of Indiana Jones games…

retro Review: Super Star Wars

retro Review: Super Star Wars

After fifteen years and the lives of many Bothans, a Star Wars game worth playing hits home. In 1992 JVC released Super Star Wars for the SNES. A simple run and gun based in the Star Wars realm is what they delivered. Would Super Star Wars equal the fame of its movie namesake, or should it have been devoured within the Sarlacc Pit? Check inside to see or just use the force to find out.