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Step into the World of Star Wars with These 8 Incredible Video Games!

Are you a fan of the Star Wars universe? If so, then you’re in luck! Plenty of amazing video games allow you to explore and experience all the wonders of a galaxy far, far away. From classic games like Rogue Squadron to more modern ones like Battlefront II, here are 8 incredible Star Wars video games to help you step into the world of Star Wars! Let’s get started.Super Star WarsSuper Star Wars is the classic video game from 1992 and is still immensely popular today. With memorable characters such as Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Chewbacca, and more, this side-scrolling action


All Battlefront DLCs are free for a limited time

If you own the first Star Wars Battlefront, Electronic Arts will give you a "gift" in the form of free season pass content, which means all the DLC that came out.It is no secret that Electronic Arts practically shot themselves when they decided to charge additional content for the Star Wars Battlefront. As well as players being irritated by the poor content the game had to offer, it put a line in multiplayer games between those who have DLCs and those who do not . Fortunately, they learned a lesson and all future DLC content for Battlefront 2 will be free.Of


Snake's News - Failure Now

Aaaand another week, another piece of news. Here we go, gents. We'll begin with two big failures.MULTIPLAYER IN TELLTALE'S BATMAN IS A F*****G FAILUREWell, it turns out the "crowd play" feature won't be exactly what we wanted it to be. Remember the 2000 players judging your every move and voting for which option to take? Well, the number got cut by 1988. Only up to 12 players will be able to watch and judge you. Even better - they will be able to do it only locally. As if sitting in one room and talking about the choices was obsolete. Telltale,


Are Online-Only Games Committing Suicide?

Multiplayer-only games have been around almost as long as the internet has, and we've probably all been addicted to one at some point in our lives as gamers, most likely a free-to-play RPG, MOBA or FPS. Lately I've noticed a trend in some of the much larger AAA titles failing to keep hold of a profitable userbase. We'll go over a few that have failed to succeed, the few who seem to have quite literally nailed it and others who have yet to prove they're made of the right stuff to be successful.  MP Only LossesFirst up we have Titanfall from EA, now I personally

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