EA and BioWare have announced that Star Wars: The Old Republic is moving to a free-to-play model. The struggling MMO launched in December of last year with 1.7 million subscribers. That number fell below the seven figure mark in August, prompting a re-think of the subscription model.
Last December, we brought you a list of the best geeky wedding proposals for 2011 — this one is sure to tops the charts for 2012. Not only is the engagement ring custom made for a couple of true Star Wars fans, the couple and their friends were decked out in Halloween costumes during the proposal.
Merchandising important franchises can have its moments of levity. This is one of those moments. Toy designer Jason Geyer strikes back with more failed merchandise concepts from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
We know this headline sounds like some sort of sick joke, but it's not: Disney has just purchased Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion in cash and stock, and it'll be pushing out Star Wars Episode VII by 2015.
Ladies, if you're looking to add some zing to an otherwise bland wardrobe, you would be remiss not to consider something with a Star Wars theme.
Ever wanted to see the progression of Star Wars characters and events chronologically, including the movies, animations, comic books and novels? Thanks to one busy graphic designer, now you can!
Star Wars geeks, get your fancy 3D glasses shined up. Lucasfilm has announced release dates for the 3D versions of both Episode II and Episode III. The kicker: Episode III comes out only three weeks after Episode II hits theaters. Is that enough 3D for ya?
Having an epic lightsaber battle with your friends can work up a sweat, but it's no problem if you can use your weapons to cool off after the battle.
Braving cold weather is not always easy — Hoth taught us that. So, what's the key to making icy conditions seem a bit more inviting? Snowspeeders, of course!
If you thought Japan was the only country shamelessly using our venerable Jedi masters to shill new products you would be wrong. It turns out that one of the UK's leading telecoms has also decided to employ the ways of the Force.