Check out this new look at the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront II game featuring John Boyega. This looks AMAZING!
A reddit user DarthCaloNord found that there is an unannounced exclusive Sphero R2-Q5 coming soon to Apple stores while scrubbing through the Sphero Droids app code. The product itself seems to be confirmed via this hidden page on Sphero’s website.
Thanks to Prensa Imperial for the heads up.
UPDATE: The page on Sphero’s website has been removed.
The official Star Wars app has been updated with new content allowing collectors to “Find the Force” this Force Friday. Click on through for some screen grabs from the app. Head over to StarWars.com for more details.
Thanks to Twitter follower iOrder66 for the alert.
Discovered through recent filings with the FCC, there appears to be an R2-D2 and a BB-9E app-enabled droid coming from Sphero for The Last Jedi.
Thanks to @ManaByte on Twitter for the heads-up.
Walmart.com has posted a listing (found with a simple search) for a Jakks Pacific Pinball game for the The Last Jedi that give ultra-clear images of some of the new characters from the film. Click on through for the images.
Last year during the height of the #WheresRey campaign, Hasbro addressed parent/fan/collector concerns regarding the omission of Rey as a game piece in the Monopoly The Force Awakens Set.
Today, the Chicago Tribune has posted a follow-up and “due to insufficient interest”, the game won’t be updated to include her (in the U.S.). But all is not lost as the representative for Hasbro states that the piece was in fact made and is available through Hasbro’s Customer Service department.
That’s a mouthful, but the preorders are now open for the GameStop Exclusive 6″ Black Series Battlefront II Inferno Squadron TIE Fighter Pilot. Released date is set for Nov. 17.
There is an interesting image floating about showing that GameStop is taking preorders for an as-of-yet unannounced 6″ Black Series Battlefront II TIE Fighter Pilot for $22.99. More as it develops….
Pre-registration for Star Wars: Puzzle Droids™ begins today on Google Play™! Star Wars: Puzzle Droids is a brand new match-3 adventure that invites players to tap into the holographic memory bank of BB-8 for an epic Star Wars™ adventure. The game features familiar scenes and previously untold stories alongside engaging puzzle gameplay, as told from a unique perspective.
Players can travel through the galaxy to complete missions and collect rewards while creating masterful combos, unleashing epic power-ups and defeating devious enemies.
Fans are invited to experience Star Wars: Puzzle Droids at Star Wars Celebration on April 13-16 in Orlando.
Click here to pre-register now.
You’re sure to hit a bullseye if you seek the right digits. Once you figure out the code* post it in the comment section.
*Be sure to + 1 for additional reveals.
After hours of aggravation, I was able to get the damn Nerf mechanism on Hasbro’s new AT-ACT finally working.
I don’t even know exactly what I did to fix it, but I guess jiggling it around as much as I did after removing the head screws aligned something that was out of whack. Anyways, more details after the jump!
United States Patent and Trademark Office now lists filings for Lucasfilm’s “Force Arena” and mysterious “Forces of Destiny” trademarks. Click on through for a breakdown of each filing. Is this for Episode VIII, a TV series, standalone film or game(s)? Feel free to speculate.
Hasbro and Litzky PR were kind enough to send along an all-new Rogue One promotion box. Check out the unboxing video above to see what’s in the box!
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