Just a few days ago, in a Galaxy not very far away, the LEGO Star Wars franchise sold over 30 million copies. This number spans the entire series all the way through to LEGO Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars. If 30 million sales was not enough excitement for LEGO developer Traveller's Tales, they are celebrating this landmark by signing an extension to their contract with LucasArts until 2022.
There's a new 320-gigabyte hard disk drive right around the corner for Xbox 360 Slim owners who'd like to upgrade their download capability. The same drive that was included in the recently-released Gears of War 3 edition console and will be included with the Star Wars-themed R2-D2 console available this December, it will be on shelves as a standalone addition to your current Xbox 360 Slim (only) for $129.99 US.
Can a game combining George Lucas’ Star Wars universe and LEGO stay on target for a third time? Or is this one sequel too far, turning to the dark side and bricking it?
It's one of the most co-op family friendly series out there, the LEGO games from Travelers' Tales are a staple to any family's gaming regiment. The latest title is back in the Star Wars Universe, specifically modeled after The Clone Wars TV show.
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars is not only rivaling the SOCOM series in lengthy and complicated names...it's also bringing out the big battles. Along with these epic landscapes and sprawling leagues of combatants Traveller's Tales is including more driveable vehicles than any previous LEGO game.
There's a brand new, co-op friendly, demo for LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars out now on Xbox Live. The demo includes both space and ground levels to try out as you take on the evil Empire with your army of clones. At your disposal are new weapons, news characters and new force abilities. Perhaps the most promising feature though for the full game is going to be the "multi-layered space combat" missions.
We recently let you know about the small delay for the release of Lego Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars. Today, to help dry your tears, we bring you a new pre-launch trailer. It covers some of the epic battles from both The Clone Wars and Attack of the Clones. The new, more 'realistic' enviroments are all on display in their non-Lego glory. The upgraded engine should allow for more blocks on screen than ever, which means more droid fodder for your humming light saber. At one point a decapitated droid head is used as a weapon. No word yet on whether or not this game will be ripped from store shelves for its graphic depiction of Lego violence.
Yoda's light saber was of impressive length
We're big fans of the LEGO games here at Co-Optimus. Charming interpretations of beloved movies combined with kid-friendly two-player co-op is some good. The best of the LEGO games, as we recently determined, are the Star Wars titles. Thus, we are very excited about the upcoming third game in the series, based on the Clone Wars television show.
If you're a fan of cross-licensed LEGO games, then you'll be pleased to know that LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars has been officially announced, and will include the same two-player co-op that we've grown to expect in these types of addictive, casual platformers.
It's difficult to follow up a title as widely successful, hilarious, and co-optacular as Lego Star Wars. So, Travelers Tales revisits the world of Star Wars for a bit more Lego action in Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. Only this time, instead of taking the cast of the two trilogy movies, they're bringing us the Clone Wars saga from the animated TV show.
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