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Who would’ve thought, five years ago, that a new Star Wars title would be one of the most anticipated games of 2015?
Xbox may be enjoying its Halo sales success, but shooter fans are actually switching to PlayStation 4, Sony says.
Red Fly Studios was once making a Darth Maul game for PS3, 360 and Wii. Now it wants to bring the project back to life.
If you work in games retail, you might want to take a deep breath before looking at the release schedule for the next month.
Before The Force Awakens hits cinema screens later this year, the Star Wars universe is about to expand thanks to a new mobile game.
Disney Infinity is currently the most popular toys-to-life game in the UK.
The four classic Star Wars ports announced as part of the Star Wars PS4 console bundle will be sold separately.
The increasing swell of Star Wars hype has hit camp PlayStation with the reveal of a branded PS4 console.
Film director Rob McLellan has uploaded a short fan demo for a Star Wars virtual reality game.
Ten years after it first came out, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords has benefitted from a significant patch.
The Star Wars title in production at Visceral Games is apparently “along the same lines” as the cancelled Star Wars 1313.
EA would have no hesitation in delaying Star Wars: Battlefront if the game wasn’t right – even if it meant missing the launch of the new movie.
Two of the game modes that will feature in EA’s Star Wars Battlefront have been demonstrated in a pair of E3 gameplay demos.
Sony came out in full force at this year’s E3, resurrecting The Last Guardian, Final Fantasy VII and Shenmue III to a fervent reception.
EA's mobile boss Samantha Ryan took to the stage at the firm's E3 conference and confirmed that a Star Wars mobile title is on the way.
Battlefront wasn't the only Star Wars EA game to have news at this year's E3.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Star Wars Battlefront, Need For Speed – EA’s E3 conference this year is set to be an unmissable event.
The Force looks like it will be very strong in Disney Infinity 3.0.
Battlefront won’t be the only Star Wars game on offer later this year.
The arcade game - Star Wars: Battle Pod - is being made for home use, and will cost the princely sum of £24,000.
The resurrection of ‘90s virtual pet simulator Tamagotchi in the form of an app for Apple Watch has seen it shoot to number one in the paid App Store charts.
Disney’s next toys-to-life sequel will introduce blockbuster behemoths Star Wars and Avengers: Age of Ultron to the franchise.
With Star Wars looking likely to become THE entertainment property of 2015, the video game hype continues with two big digital retail promotions.
If you want to own the Star Wars films on yet another platform – because, let’s face it, who doesn’t own them all at this point? – you’re in luck.
EA’s long-awaited Star Wars Battlefront will finally be demonstrated to the public for the first time next month.