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The Mandalorian

Rumor - Microsoft is developing a game on The Mandalorian

As reported on Twitter by a Microsoft insider, one of the company's first-party studios is working on a video game inspired by the TV series The Mandalorian. The series set in the world of Star Wars has ...
Star Wars Project Luminous

Rumor - A Star Wars VR title coming soon?

Last week Lucasfilm announced a new media project dedicated to the Star Wars franchise, named Project Luminous, which will see its first incarnation in the Star Wars: The High Republic comic. The project...
Star Wars: The High Republic

Star Wars: The High Republic, unveiled the new narrative phase

Lucasfilm has officially revealed The High Republic, a new series of stories taking place 200 years before the events of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. With the name of High Republic you ...
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, EA shows the gameplay

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Respawn had to convince Lucasfilm to make the game

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the latest Respawn effort released on console and PC. Many liked the game, but Lucasfilm was not convinced of the result. We learn about the behind the scenes ...

A petition asks Lucasfilm to withdraw the Star Wars license to EA

After the PR disaster suffered by EA on Reddit, which started the controversy over loot boxes, a new chapter of hostility to Battlefront II on social media begins: in fact, a ...

Lucasfilm speaks on Star Wars Battlefront II: "fans take precedence"

In a conversation with the Washington Post, a Lucasfilm representative commented on the loot-gate generated by Star Wars Battlefront II. The rep said "Star Wars has always been about ...

California bans the sale of high-performance PCs

And now let's move on to a bit of special news. In recent days, the American government has brought into force a new dedicated document ...

Activision Blizzard case - Employees organize a strike

Continue our coverage of the Activision Blizzard Case, which broke out last week after the publication of the lawsuit brought forward by the Californian DFHE and ...

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