Republic Commando might still be starving for a sequel, but some of the ideas flying around a few years ago sounded absolutely incredible.
It’s no surprise that Disney is trying to make the most of their investment in the Star Wars and Marvel franchises they acquired a few years ago. To that end, they say they’ll be making those movies forever.
You’re going to have to wait a few months more for your next dose of Star Wars, as Episode VIII:The Quest for More Money has been delayed to December of 2017.
Old masters, hidden Jedi, more inquisitors and Darth Vader. The latest Star Wars Rebels episodes are looking impressive. Most impressive.
I am a Star Wars nut and I liked The Phantom Menace. There, I said it. In my defense though, most of the other hardcore fans spewing out of midnight screenings back in 1999 once felt the same, heads a-buzzing from the simple fact that for the first time in nearly two decades we had new Star Wars streaming into our eyeballs.
Star Wars 1313 was very publically cancelled over two years ago. So it’s rather surprising that Disney and Lucusfilm are still intent on bringing it up.
The first trailer for Captain America: Civil War has come out of nowhere. Naturally, we’ve geeked out completely and examined every single frame of it.
Star Wars is pretty much done and dusted for now in Disney Infinity 3.0, until next month that is. But between interactive trilogies, there are other figures being released in the Disney Infinity 3.0 line. Figures from other properties, and previous playsets. And this month, we’re getting the chance to say hi to Veronica…
You’ve already had a taste of Disney Infinity 3.0, a game that is making full use of a great license to deliver another fantastic entry in that franchise. The initial wave of figures focused primarily on the Prequel trilogy and the hit cartoon series Star Wars Rebels. But like most folks, you probably grew up on the Old Trilogy of Star Wars.
This year, the Disney empire strikes back with the long-awaited Star Wars addition to Infinity. 3.0 features Jedi, Sith and rebels galore as the galaxy expands. Just like in previous editions, there’s a deep rabbit hole to consider before taking the plunge, as Disney Infinity 3.0 features numerous other characters, expansions and power discs.
I’m still neck-deep in Disney Infinity 3.0, which is going all-out this year to deliver as much Star Wars content as possible. And honestly, I have no complaints about that. Because while Star Wars may rule the roost this year, there’s still plenty of room for other Disney properties to make a debut. So let’s crack the shells off of these mint-on-card figures, and go play in the toybox!
We get our hands all over the pick of the litter from last week’s Force Friday Star Wars toy blowout: the Sphero powered BB-8 app-controlled droid!