Ever since EA lost exclusive rights to the Lucasfilm IP, we’ve been getting more announcements on upcoming Star Wars games from multiple developers. The latest
With EA making a promise to publish more Star Wars games in the future, there has been a renewed interest in cancelled Star Wars games.
EA gets flak for a lot of things, but probably one of the most common complaints about the company is their misuse of the Star
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was one of the best-received games from last year, but everyone remembers that it was a buggy mess before launch.
We got our first look at Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’s gameplay in EA Play, but a lot of fans couldn’t help but think there
After Star Wars Battlefront II, EA is finally looking to expand on their Star Wars titles with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. We had a
EA is getting everyone hyped up for the release of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order this November, but Limited Run (in partnership with Lucasfilm) has
After Star Wars Battlefront II, EA has decided to commission Respawn Entertainment to give us Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. We just got a good
EA had given us the trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order last weekend, and if you’re curious why the protagonist could be so familiar,
Though Star Wars Battlefront II is a great game (yeah, I said it), the shooter genre isn’t admittedly for everyone. EA is planning on unveiling
Star Wars fans had collectively groaned when it was announced that EA had cancelled an upcoming game being produced by Visceral, and now a lot
Since 2017, the only Star Wars game on EA’s slate has been Battlefront II, but another single-player platformer had been announced in the form of
EA Play not only came with announcements for Star Wars Battlefront II, but a solid update on Respawn’s Star Wars game as well. As it