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Angry Birds Star Wars is here.

By: dragonkiss83 Nov 9, 2012 | 1 Comments

Everyone with a smart phone, tablet, of kinect has played Angry Birds at least once, now you can do it as your favorite Star Wars characters.

The app actually came out yesterday, but I forgot.  So this morning when I saw it I rushed to download it before I started my day.  Normally I play with the sound off but I had to hear the sound affects.  And they are good enough I will leave them on as I play later.

You get a few short little Star Wars vidoes then you are off on your first adventure to Tatooine, as Luke.

Then comes a real Jedi Obi Wan using a little force push.

Play a little and you get your first bonus mission, as R2D2 using his little shock and C3PO blowing apart.

And the last level I played before shutting it off has you facing Stormtrooper pigs, one even fires a blaster.

There is a lot more to do and my inner geek is screaming to play more, but unfortunately I have stuff to do.

There is an ad free version that only costs .99 on Amazon or a free version.  I played 6 levels and a bonus mission and have only seen 2 ads so far.  So what are you waiting for?

The Kinect Star Wars Bundle and Game will be released on April 3, 2012. Here are some details from the press release including a new dance off mode.

The oft-delayed game and fancy R2-D2 Xbox bundle finally get a release date. April 3, 2012. But that's not all

With five dynamic modes – Jedi Destiny: Dark Side Rising, Podracing, Rancor Rampage, Galactic Dance Off and Duels of Fate – “Kinect Star Wars” makes it possible for Star Wars fans of all ages to delve into immersive Star Wars experiences. In addition to the previously announced Jedi, Podracing and Rancor modes, Xbox 360 and LucasArts have today unveiled new additions to the game, including: ...

New Galactic Dance Off mode loaded with Star Wars-themed pop tunes where those still honing their Jedi skills can take a break to battle Darth Vader on the dance floor or bust a move “Solo style

Yup, that's right... a dance off mode. Can't have a Kinect game without dancing I guess. Seriously though, Lucas is going to allow them to do this to Darth Vader's character? I guess Robot Chicken already did it.

What do you think, will the dance off make you more or less likely to buy this game? I'm not too excited for this game, but that R2-D2 Xbox is pretty sexy.

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Bioware Sends Out Weekend Beta Invites

By: jalexbrown Nov 10, 2011 | 12 Comments

With just a little over a month until release, Bioware is sending out invites for a weekend beta test - apparently a lot, too!


If you've registered with the Star Wars: The Old Republic site and said you want to be a beta tester, now would be a great time to check your inbox.  Bioware has been sending out beta invites over the last few days that will be good this weekend, November 11-13.  I got one, and a friend of mine also got one.  What are the odds if it's not a massive test?  It's mostly likely a stress test to see how the servers handle a higher load.  The game will be running off the East Coast servers and will only be available to US citizens.  (I'm not sure if you have to live in the Eastern Standard Time zone to qualify...if you've received an invite and you're in another time zone, let me know.)

Want to drop kick some Ewoks? It's only a dollar.

I saw an ad for the Endor DLC on my XBOX welcome screen the other day. I thought I might check it out since I'm apparently the only one in the galaxy who liked the Force Unleashed games.

It sounded interesting, I mean who wouldn't want to rail some ewoks? Then I saw the price... 80 MSP... Only a dollar? Fuck yeah! Special guest appearances by Han and Chewie and Leia  are also fun.

The DLCs for the Force Unleashed 1 & 2 take place outside the main story line, and are kind of a "what if" Starkiller was truly 100% darkside. You kill Bobba Fett and Obi-wan and fucking Luke in the DLCs for the first game, so I knew what to expect from this.

Starting it up was kind of weird, since I had already leveled up all my force powers, I would've been too overpowered, I guess, so the game dropped me to two in each of the skill I had maxed out at 3 previously. Still, level 2 force lightning is more than enough to fry an ewok. Pro tip: Force grab an enemy or two, pick them up off the ground, throw your lightsaber at them to impale, then electrocute them with force lightning, then throw the whole electrified mess at their friends. Good times.

As fun as it is to beat up on the ewoks, there is a reason the DLC is only a dollar. I beat it in about an hour, and I don't think I rushed that much. Yeah, there's still some holocrons for me to find, but it is a VERY short DLC. After I beat it, there was an unskippable credits that I swear lasted as long as the DLC.

Overall, it's definitely worth a fucking dollar. Buy it.

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Force Unleashed Sequel Confirmed

By: jalexbrown Dec 12, 2009 | 4 Comments

Another sequel confirmed - with trailer - at the VGAs!

You didn't think you'd make it out of the VGAs with just one sequel confirmed, did you?  No, of course not; you got two sequels.  We already knew there was going to be a new Star Wars game announced, and really wasn't Force Unleashed the most likely contender?  Perhaps we could hope for a new single-player Knights of the Old Republic, but that wouldn't have been realistic.  So instead we get to settle for a sequel to Force Unleashed, which in its own right has potential to be pretty awesome.  Check out the trailer below for your amusement!

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