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Andrew Reiner & Leo Vader interview Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order game director Stig Asmussen and find out why the game’s protagonist is a male human.
Developers Respawn have confirmed that the design of the lightsabers in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be fixed before the game is released.
Fantasy Flight Games announce two new Unit Expansions for Star Wars: Legion -- BARC Speeder Unit Expansion and Droidekas Unit Expansion.
Learn a bit more about the new gameplay for this 2020 release.
Cloud City Casino #91 heads for the battlefront.
Galactic War Report returns with episode 161.
Mark and his son Charlie have been trying out the latest Fantasy Flight game, Star Wars: Outer Rim.
Come inside for more details on this new single-player adventure.
A new Guinness World record has been set at the LEGO House in Billund for the largest brick diorama, inspired by the new LEGO Tower mobile game.
Order 66 has been executed. Once, staying alive meant hiding your abilities. Now, you must embrace them.
The game's designers talk about the tech used to create this new Star Wars title.
Limited Run Games has shown off the packaging for the re-release of the Original Star Wars game on NES and Game Boy available later this week.
Lead level designer Jeff Magers joins Game Informer to explain Respawn's approach to traversal and exploration in the game.
Droidekas and more are included in this latest Community Update video.
Galactic War Report returns with episode 160.
The 2020 title will be vastly different from previous LEGO Star Wars releases.
An amazing opportunity to say the least.
Fantasy Flight Games preview the Resistance Transport Expansion Pack for X-Wing.
Jason De Heras chats with Game Informer on the game's combat mechanics.
Peel back some more layers on this highly anticipated Star Wars title.
Preview Leaders & Troopers in Spark of Hope, new Booster for Star Wars: Destiny.
Ben Burtt and the Respawn team talk about crafting this new droid.
Galactic War Report returns with episode 159.
Arcade1Up announced that Atari Star Wars, including original arcade versions of Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, would be available for home purchase later this year.