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The creative director of EA and Visceral Games’ Star Wars action title has likened it to the Uncharted series.
The Force is strong with this one.
Sony’s new God of War title appears to have been influenced by stories from a galaxy far, far away.
In 2014 Criterion revealed that it was working on an extreme sports vehicle title with more than a hint of Burnout about it. Now it’s not clear whether we’ll ever ...
At last night’s EA Play, the publisher brought us up to speed about the Star Wars projects it has in the pipeline.
EA kicked of E3 on Sunday afternoon, with a conference filled with big blockbusters, if not any real surprises.
Motive Studios and Visceral Games GM Jade Raymond has assured fans that work continues on EA’s mystery Star Wars game.
It may be the biggest name in movies, but Disney's failure in video games is now complete.
Another Star Wars outing is to emerge from the loins of the EA-Disney video games agreement, this time from Titanfall developer Respawn.
Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley and John Boyega are among the voice stars stepping up for duty in the upcoming LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Electronic Arts is the second major third-party publisher to develop a Virtual Reality project.
It looks like last year’s blockbuster Star Wars film is getting the LEGO treatment.
13m copies of Star Wars Battlefront has been sold into stores, boosting EA’s revenue to £1.8bn.
An impossible dream of creating a triple-A Star Wars RPG has, unsurprisingly, been cancelled by its creator.
The long-awaited cinematic arrival of Star Wars: The Force Awakens has certainly awoken a renewed interest in Star Wars apps.
It’s that time of the year again when MCV - and our competitors - start talking about who will be the Christmas No.1.
The latest Star Wars game has unsurprisingly shot to the top of the Japanese retail rankings in its debut week.
Disney and Google have teamed up to promote upcoming movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens with a virtual reality app designed for Google Cardboard.
Star Wars Battlefront debuts at the top spot in the UK charts and has the fourth biggest week of any game this year.
That’s no moon: that’s one of the biggest brands in entertainment targeting the games market once again.
UK games retail is preparing for the Force of one of this year’s most anticipated shooters.
This week’s Star Wars Battlefront is just the start for EA’s rebooted sci-fi shooter series.
Star Wars fans looking to show their affection for the Dark Side will be able to pick up anew Darth Vader-themed pad for the PS4.
EA has unveiled the latest tease for Star Wars Battlefront, which takes the idea of disappearing into the game quite literally.
Who would’ve thought, five years ago, that a new Star Wars title would be one of the most anticipated games of 2015?