A new generation of kids will get to experience Star Wars this year. And they won’t even have to worry about having those damn Gungans in their future trilogy.
The first of those three films, The Force Awakens, arrives in December. And it’ll be hitting Disney Infinity around the same time as well. Here’s what Episode VII looks like on a smaller screen.
All that visual high fidelity in DICE's Star Wars Wars Battlefront is going to come at a price. Here’s the recommended specs, and an obligatory line about your PC being possibly too short to be a Stormtrooper machine:
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.
Out of all the Stormtrooper squads out there, the ability to not whinge when it’s cold isn’t nearly as impressive as it sounds. Still, the Snowtroopers have got some bitchin’ armour, that really looks fab at one-sixth scale.
You’ll tackle levels, complete challenges and earn a healthy dose of experience along the way in Disney Infinity 3.0. Or, if you’re impatient, you can just use the toybox to make a level-up machine. Here’s how you do it