Lego Star Wars

This week’s Xbox Deals with Gold include a Warner publisher’s sale, Battleborn, Dying Light, more

This week’s Xbox Deals with Gold features a publisher’s sale from Warner Brothers.

Lego Star Wars headlines

  • Xbox Live Deals with Gold: Star Wars titles, Just Dance and Rocksmith 2014 DLC

    Microsoft has posted its latest Xbox Live Deals with Gold and from today through May 5, discounts on select Star Wars titles, Just Dance 2014 DLC and more are available.

  • SWTOR Update 1.3 – Allies launches today

    In case you forgot, BioWare’s releasing Update 1.3 – Allies for SWTOR today. The update contains the Group Finder, Ranked Warzones, Legacy Character Perks, and Adaptive Gear. Load up your game client, and start patching now.

  • 320GB HDDs coming to Xbox 360 S for $130

    This month, Xbox 360 owners with overburdened hard drives will have a relatively cheap opportunity to stock up on extra space.

  • Darth Sidious to appear in Lego Star Wars III [Update]

    It doesn’t seem the most likely venue for he-who-is-synonymous-with-evil, but Darth Sidious will make an appearance in Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars.

  • Motus shows 360 motion-sensing controller in action

    Motus has shown its motion-sensing Darwin 360 controller working in three videos. The peripheral uses something the company calls Six Degrees of Freedom, which is something about total freedom as opposed to “partial.” More on that freedom of movement stuff here. That’s not all however as there are videos showing how it all works in […]

  • Rumour: Up to 100 LucasArts staffers laid off

    Kotaku’s rumouring that between 75-100 LucasArts staff have been laid off following the completion of Lego Star Wars. From the site: While LucasArts public relations did not get back to us today, several former LucasArts staffers did, with one telling us that 75-100 employees were laid off from the company, including the producer of LEGO […]

  • Nordic Game: Lego Star Wars has sold 18 million units, says TT boss

    Traveller’s Tales boss Jonathan Smith has kicked off this year’s Nordic Game by just telling attendees that the Lego Star Wars series has achieved sales of 18 million units to date. Expect more from the Swedish show throughout the day.