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RAFFwaff  +   459d ago
star wars hasnt been good since 'Return of the Jedi' in films, and 'Knights of the Old Republic' in games. and ea......umm.....those corrupt corporate whores have never been 'good', only 'slightly better' when they werent trying to monopolise the entire games industry so as companies must bend to their will- day one dlc, online passes and their hatred of pre-owned games. #fu*k_ea
CaptainCamper  +   459d ago
I so wish I was smart enough to come up with this headline :D
Gamer-Z  +   459d ago
More like EA and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
boybato  +   459d ago
Knowing EA, most of their StarWars licences would probably be for a game tied in with the new movie....
PigPen  +   459d ago
Star Wars game made by EA, ugh. I feel some type of way about this.
cyguration  +   459d ago
Star Wars: DLC Strikes Back

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Unlock the full campaign with the season pass.

Find out what REALLY happens by getting the cross-storymode character DLC.

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Lightsaber colors available for $2.99.

Use Kinect 2.0 to experience the full effects of The Force (for additional $1.99 you can unlock the ability to use your controller to control the Force)

Cooperative multiplayer...(only $9.99)

Competitive multiplayer skins let you show off your wild side...only $5.99 each.

Share your experience with friends using the new integrated social tool, let your friends interrupt you with chat messages and Kinect voice with cross-game support, even during the Hollywood style Michael Bay cut-scenes!

Pre-order now for $59.99 and don't forget to grab the true prequel story DLC for only $9.99 to find out what REALLY happened before the main game.
Perjoss  +   459d ago
The reality of licensed movie type games is they are the victims of their own success. A big name movie game will sell quite well regardless on how terrible the actual game is.

Now lets say EA made the most amazing star wars game ever, they market it really well and word spread around the internet like crazy, would it actually sell enough extra copies to make up for all the extra development and advertising costs, compared to if they had just outsourced the game to a crappy no name dev, similar to what happened with colonial marines. I'm pretty sure colonial marines sold really well despite being a below average game (to put it very politely)
ShaunCameron  +   456d ago
Too bad Wii U owners won't get a chance to play it, especially if it turns out to be decent. And I'm posting this as I wonder if SW:TFU is worth getting.

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