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Archive for October, 2007

Knights of the Old Republic MMO??…

Awhile back, I posted a rumor stating that there will be a release of a Knights of the Old Republic like MMO (Massively multiplayer online role-playing game). Well according to IGN.com, it’s looking like something like this is about to be developed and is planned on being released sometime in 2009!

“Citing a source “close to BioWare,” the gaming web site Primotech is reporting that the Mass Effect developer’s Austin, Tex.-based studio is working on a massively-multiplayer online roleplaying game based in the same universe as the company’s beloved Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.

BioWare has made it clear that its Austin studio has been working on an MMO since 2005, but the company has been tight-lipped about the game’s details. In an email to IGN today, a BioWare spokesman said the developer has no further info on the game or the KOTOR rumor swirling around it.

“We haven’t made any announcement regarding the content of our MMO and what you’re seeing on the net is purely that, rumor and speculation,” said BioWare spokesman Matt Atwood.

According to the Primotech piece, the game will be released in 2009.

Despite the success of KOTOR in 2003, BioWare passed on the opportunity to develop the sequel in favor of working on original IPs like Jade Empire. Instead, Obsidian Entertainment developed Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. Both games were published by LucasArts.

Publishing giant Electronic Arts announced earlier this month that it is buying BioWare and Pandemic Studios for more than $800 million in cash, equity and loans.

BioWare cals the KOTOR MMO tidbit rumor and speculation, and they’re apparently not the only ones. In one of three editor’s notes at the bottom of the story, Primotech defends its info as accurate news and digs in its heels against sceptics:

“We’ve gotten several emails asking about the validity of this news,” the note reads. “The only rumors we post here at Primotech will explicitly be stated as such.”

Thanks to IGN.com!

George Lucas plans ‘Star Wars’ Tv show…

This is interesting. At first I thought it was talking about the new Clone Wars animated series, but then I realized it’s not. So it looks like we’ll be getting another series besides the Clone Wars. Although there’s not a whole lot of information released on this yet, I am excited that you will see an active action The Exorcist series!

“The Pressure may soon be visiting a tv in your area. George Lucas is planning for a live-action tv series spinoff from the “Star Wars” film franchise. Lucas told The La Occasions he’s “just begun work” around the series, that won’t range from the films’ major figures Luke Skywalker or Darth Vader.

“The Skywalkers aren’t inside it, also it’s about minor figures,” Lucas told the Occasions on Tuesday.

Lucas wouldn’t reveal particulars, but joked the series could be about “the existence of robots.”

Lucas, 63, already has another tv series within the works.Lucasfilm Animation has been working for months on the computer-animated “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed PSP details revealed…

We have some new details pertaining to the release of The Force Unleashed for the PSP. According to PocketGamer.co.uk:

“People have seen Star Wars before,” the game’s producer, Dan Wasson, comments in the trailer, “but they’ve never seen Star Wars like this – this is in your face.” From the in-game footage shown, it certainly looks that way, with opponents being tossed about the screen, lightsabers slicing up droids, and crazy force powers.

As a user of the dark side of the force, you’ll have a number of unique abilities at your disposal – it’s only natural that these play an integral role in the game given its name. Standard powers like force push and grip will make an appearance but expect new additions such as maelstrom, which generates a field of kinetic energy that hurls enemies away from you.

The PSP iteration of The Force Unleashed follows the same storyline and gameplay as its console counterparts, but developer Krome Studios is adding a load of exclusive content. Three areas are mentioned by project lead, Haden Blackman, in the trailer: a secret place in Cloud City, access to the Jedi Temple for training, and a bar on polluted metropolitan moon, Nar Shaddaa.

The exclusive content doesn’t stop there. “The Force Unleashed on PSP is designed to be pick-up-and-play,” says Blackman, speaking of the game’s quick play modes. Rule the Galaxy, Force Assassins, and Order 66 round the list mentioned. While we’re not certain what the first two modes entail, we do know that Order 66 pits you in a survival game against waves of enemies.

Along with single-player quick play options, you also have the ability to link up in ad-hoc mode with up to three other buddies. No mention of infrastructure support, though.

Another feature hinted in the video are historic missions, which depict classic moments in the series, such as the climatic battle between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader at the end of The Empire Strikes Back. We’re pretty eager to see how that one plays out – word has it there’s a family secret waiting to be aired.”

Darth Vader Samurai Armor…

This would make one badass halloween costume.. of course if you bought this you probably wouldn’t be wearing it to often. This suit alone would run you roughly a cool 5200$… looks like I won’t be getting one anytime soon. haha.

“Earlier this year the Yoshitoku Company transformed the iconic villain back into the design that inspired his well-known image in the first place. Yoshitoku’s “Samurai Vader” is a ¼ scale costume that even features a traditional bow and Samurai sword! The suit was created for a Japanese festival back in May called Tango no Sekku, which means “Boy’s Day”.

Although some areas of the armor needed cutting-edge toning technology, a variety of it is hands crafted with traditional materials. Much more interesting is always that the majority of the artists who done this are gone 70 years of age. They’ve clearly take their years to get affordable use by creating this type of masterpiece.”

Because of: Albotas.com

Darth Vader Samurai Armor

Darth Vader Samurai Armor

Darth Vader Samurai Armor

Darth Vader Samurai Armor

GameCity to exhibit the Wii Lightsaber for action!…

According to PimpMyWii.co.uk, GameCity.org will be among the first to test and demonstrate the upcoming “Wii Lightsaber”, to be used with Lego The Exorcist, that is going to be out at the end of Fall of 2007.

Feel and Take Part In The Pressure at GameCity (world wide web.gamecity.org). Site visitors towards the world’s most enjoyable game festival should be the very first on the planet get hold of the Wii® lightsaber, in LucasArts’ Lego® Star Wars™: The Entire Saga re-mastered and proven in glorious HD.

Because the first film’s debut 3 decades ago, fans have wished during the day once they could fight their very own lightsaber duels. Now, because of the Wii’s motion-sensitive controller, The Entire Saga will ultimately make that fantasy a real possibility, permitting gamers to fight with thrusts and slices from the Remote. GameCity is thrilled to provide players an opportunity to function as the first on the planet to determine and check out the lightsaber first-submit an international exclusive premier of Lego The Exorcist: The Entire Saga for Wii.

Following on from Smith’s symposium is really a session that reaches one’s heart from the question that individuals not-so-stellar The Exorcist games raise: just why do so challenging it right? ‘What Constitutes A Brilliant The Exorcist Game’ includes gaming experts and The Exorcist specialists to hammer the formula for that perfect The Exorcist game. Could it be the lightsabers? Could it be the background music? Could it be the X-wings? Join Wonderland’s Alice Taylor, and sci-fi expert Jonathan Hamblin to discover.

3 decades on in the discharge of the initial film, science – the science behind games, a minimum of – has swept up with sci-fi. GameCity is proud to showcase ‘Euphoria’, Natural Motion’s on-the-fly dynamic motion synthesis engine which dynamically creates the actions ofyour character in-game. Rather than being limited by animations prepared in advance by the game’s designers, Euphoria means that no two jumps, no two punches, no two KOs need ever be the same again. Already showcased to great effect in the upcoming Indiana Jones game, Euphoria will also play a key part in the new Star Wars extravaganza. Come along and see how your actions will shape the games of the future.

Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga – 12pm, 26th October. Broadway Cinema and Media Centre
What Makes A Brilliant Star Wars Game? – 1pm, 26th October, Broadway Cinema and Media Centre
Euphoria: Physics of the Force – 2pm, 26th October, Broadway Cinema and Media Centre

Check out the full article here.