Over the last few years, Arcade1Up has been on a mission to bring the arcade experience home. Beautifully reproducing cabinet art and games, the company has released ¾ scale versions of classic titles, such as the original Star Wars arcade game, to great success. But in even better news for silverball obsessives, Arcade1Up has expanded its scope to the world of flippers, bumpers, and skill shots with digital pinball machines — actual cabinets that feature a screen instead of a playfield, and come preloaded with tables — including one inspired by the galaxy far, far away. I recently had the chance to play Arcade1Up’s Star Wars Pinball, and found it to be a fantastic pinball experience, one that longtime and new pinball fans alike can enjoy. Here are the biggest
BioWare brings important clarifications and new changes confirmations for Combat Styles restrictions, Guild Conquest and Outfits in SWTOR 7.0!
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For light and life. And really cool extras!
StarWars.com and This Week! In Star Wars are excited to reveal new retailer-exclusive editions for two major Star Wars: The High Republic books.
Star Wars: The High Republic: The Fallen Star by Claudia Gray, arriving January 4, 2022, will be available at Out of Print with an exclusive jacket designed by artist Jama Jurabaev. Each copy of the novel will also be signed by the author, and comes bundled with an exclusive gift-with-purchase: a High Republic-inspired “For Light and Life” beanie. Pre-orders open on Monday, December 6, and you can get a first look at the gorgeous variant cover and stylish beanie below.
In addition, Barnes & Noble will offer an exclusive edition of The Fallen Star featuring a double-sided, fold-out poster available
In the penultimate episode of Season 1 of The Mandalorian on Disney+, we are re-introduced to IG-11, the assassin droid with a penchant for blowing things up (including himself, if he gets captured). The dangerous bounty hunter was blasted by Din Djarin in the first episode of the series, since IG-11 posed a real threat to the Child, now known as Grogu. However, IG-11 appears to have not only come back from the dead, but has changed his ways, and has transformed from a by-the-book bounty hunter to a nurse droid.
This metamorphosis is courtesy of Kuiil, the wise, empathetic ugnaught who sees new purpose in the dilapidated droid and rebuilds it. Through Kuiil’s tutelage and re-programming, the converted assassin learns to feed and take care of the blurrgs, serve
Luke Skywalker’s mission to become a Jedi carries on. It was never going to be easy — especially on his own.
In StarWars.com’s exclusive first look at Star Wars #19 from Marvel, Luke continues his journey to learn the ways of the Force. He travels the galaxy, seeking any lost knowledge he can find. But it all seems like a wild bantha chase until one promising stop…
Star Wars #19, written by Charles Soule and illustrated by Marco Castiello with a cover by Carlo Pagulayan, arrives December 8 and is available for pre-order now on ComiXology and at your local comic shop.
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This will be a Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade long remembered.
The first-ever Star Wars-themed balloons — real and virtual — appeared at the legendary parade, which took place in New York City last week. The Grogu Funko Pop!-inspired balloon, based on the adorable being from The Mandalorian and measuring 41-feet-high, 29-feet-long, and 37-feet-wide, was a sight to behold as it traveled through New York City. The balloon depicts Grogu flying toward his favorite toy: a ball-shaped knob, taken from a lever in the cockpit of the Razor Crest. For Reis O’Brien, art director at Funko, seeing this design come to life was a career-defining moment.
“Seeing the balloon on Thanksgiving morning was beyond a dream come true,” O’Brien tells StarWars.com. “As a kid, watching the parade every year, the balloons were always
Every Tuesday, BringHomeTheBounty.com will reveal new products inspired by everything from The Book of Boba Fett, premiering exclusively on Disney+ December 29, to The Mandalorian, the Skywalker saga, animated series, and much more. Check StarWars.com each week for a few of the major new releases headed to this galaxy, then get your tracking fobs ready.
This week, Bring Home the Bounty features a new Jar Jar Binks Funko POP!, and much more!
The hunt is on at BringHomeTheBounty.com, with the latest products inspired by The Mandalorian, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and more, including new apparel, accessories, and collectibles from American Tourister, Kross, and others. Many new items are on sale or available for pre-order starting tomorrow at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET across top retailers globally, including shopDisney.com. Check out a few of our favorites below!
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The first character posters for The Book of Boba Fett have been revealed.
In preparation for the debut of the new Star Wars live-action Original Series, today Lucasfilm announced that the series will have seven weekly episodes streaming exclusively on Disney+ starting December 29,
To celebrate, Disney+ released character posters of Boba Fett and Fennec Shand as well as an enticing TV spot with some of the first footage from the forthcoming series. Take a closer look at the poster art and watch the latest clip below!
The Book of Boba Fett, a thrilling Star Wars adventure teased in a surprise end-credit sequence following the Season 2 finale of The Mandalorian, finds legendary bounty hunter Boba Fett and mercenary Fennec Shand navigating the galaxy’s underworld when they return to the sands of Tatooine to stake their
Fans can soon revisit the story of the villainous Lourna Dee — in a whole new way.
StarWars.com is excited to reveal that Star Wars: The High Republic: Tempest Runner, an audiobook original published earlier this year, will be released as a script in book form on March 1, 2022. In Tempest Runner, a group of Jedi continue their search for Lourna Dee, one of the marauding Nihil’s deadliest leaders. The hardcover version will include Scott’s stage directions, written sound effects, and notes to the audio team; you can get first look at the cover below.
“I’m really excited that Tempest Runner is following in the steps of Dooku: Jedi Lost and Doctor Aphra in getting a physical script book edition,” Scott tells StarWars.com. “Not only is it useful for the kind of