Entries in 'star wars' (47)
Classic space sims Star Wars: X-Wing and Star Wars: Tie Fighter are among many new LucasArts classics confirmed for a re-release on GOG.com.
Defunct developer Factor 5 was once working on two Star Wars games that sadly never made it to shelves.
LucasFilm has confirmed that two announced Star Wars video games will be canonical.
EA will next month finally roll out the addition of pools to The Sims 4.
Star Wars: Galactic Defense – a new tower defense mobile game set in the Star Wars universe – has been revealed for iOS and Android platforms.
Disney has begun offering assorted Star Wars products in its High Street Disney Stores.
Any and all events ever depicted in every Star Wars game ever made is no longer to be considered canon.
American actor and writer Todd Stashwick has joined Amy Hennig at Visceral Games as the co-writer on EA's new Star Wars game.
LucasArts, prior to its closure last year, was working on a Star Wars game starring Sith Lord Darth maul.
Former Naughty Dog creative director Amy Hennig has joined Visceral Games to develop EA's new Star Wars title, the studio has confirmed.
‘Several’ hundred jobs are said to be at risk at Disney Interactive.
Disney has announced its latest Star Wars game – a free-to-play space combat title by the name of Attack Squadrons.
Star Wars VII: The Game looks unlikely to be gracing release schedules in late 2015.
Fans of Tiny Tower and the Death Star are in for a treat.
Tiny Tower creator NimbleBit has joined forces with Disney for a Star Wars-themed take on the game.
Publisher EA has said it wants to mimic the successful reinvention of the Batman video games franchise with its fresh take on the Star Wars universe.
Konami is developing a free-to-play mobile card battle game based on the six Star Wars films, which is set to arrive next month on mobile devices.
A host of former LucasArts game projects have been named in a book chronicling the history of LucasArts.
Rovio has confirmed Angry Birds Star Wars will debut on consoles this November.
"Why haven't you spoken to us? What are you doing? We want to make Battlefront."
EA has announced its first Star Wars project – and it's a Battlefront sequel.
Ten and a half to twelve hours. Stuck in a metal tube with smelly journalists. Yep, you’re going to need something to take your mind off it all.