Hackers Reveal New Unannounced Star Wars Game
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on October 3, 2012 under Gaming, News, Star Wars
Some resourceful hackers dug around Xbox.com's image files and were able to find a whole bunch of unannounced XBLA games. One is a new Star Wars game called "First Assault", and aside from the title we don't know anything about it. Lucasarts is denying its existence so far, so we'll just have to wait for them to announce what it is. Could this be a trimmed down version of Battlefront 3?... more.
Despite Massive Player Protests City of Heroes Will Shut Down on 11/30
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming, News
MMO shutdowns are sad, and we all lament the loss of the only true Star Wars MMO last year. When NCSoft recently announced that the first superhero MMO, City of Heroes, would be shutting down in November, players mobilized in a way never seen before with huge protests and a movement so strong it provoked an more.
- Indiana Jones Animated 0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on October 2, 2012 under Pics, Star Wars
Ultima Online Turns 15 and Raph Koster Looks Back
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 26, 2012 under Gaming, News, Star Wars
If you were a Star Wars Galaxies player, you might recognize the name Raph Koster. Because of him, Player Cities and Speeders didn't make the SWG launch as the dev team just had to get a Swordsman profession perfect. But before he began SWG's downward spiral to shutdown, he was in charge of the first major MMO; Ultima Online. That game turns fifteen this year, and to celebrate; Koster more.
The Old Republic Developers Doing a Live Video Q&A Tomorrow
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 20, 2012 under Gaming, News, Star Wars
Prior to most players bailing from the game, forcing it to go Free 2 Play to survive, BioWare would do weekly Q&As on its website. These Friday sessions were always the source of news and information for players about all aspects of the game. A while ago, they decided to cancel these weekly Q&A sessions, but now it looks like they're going to restart them by doing them via a livestream. The fir... more.
Unfinished Star Wars Anime Fan Film Leaks
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 17, 2012 under News, Star Wars
Youtube user OtaKing770077 was working on an epic anime-style Star Wars fan film, posted a private version of the film on Youtube for people on a mecha board to check out; and the thing leaked. Once that happened, OtaKing77077 deleted the original clip, but not before other people downloaded it an re-uploaded it to Youtube. He says he won't as... more.
10 Movies That Should Never Be Remade
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 7, 2012 under Featured, Lists
Hollywood's favorite thing these days is to remake movies, and it seems like they have their sights set directly on the 80s and 90s to mine ideas from. Instead of championing original movies and ideas, it's easier for them to remake The Thing, Fright Night, Total Recall, Red Dawn, and Robocop. Before they really get out of hand, there are some movies that absolutely should never be remade. Here ... more.
- X-Men Meets Star Wars 0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Comics, Pics, Star Wars
Florida Television Station Bashes Star Wars Fans, Has to Apologize
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Last week, a Florida television station posted a gallery of images from the recent Star Wars Celebration VI convention and experienced a firestorm of anger. The reason people were so pissed was that the gallery was just used to mock Star Wars fans and make fun of them in seriously unfunny ways. Local 10 has since pulled down the gallery, but Google has at least the first image of the stupidity more.
The Jedi Council Forums Return
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 4, 2012 under News, Star Wars
TheForce.net is one of the longest running Star Wars fansites on the entire Internet. In the late 90s, they launched their Jedi Council Forums, which immediately became one of the premier hangouts for Star Wars fans online. A couple years later, TFN joined up with IGN and began using their board software, and continued to until earlier this year. The problem for them was that IGN first dropped ... more.