The trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now available on the iTunes Movie Trailers site. The 90-second trailer features footage of stormtroopers, lightsabers, the Millennium Falcon, more more. From iTunes Movie Trailers:
It appears that fans of Star Wars won't have to make the trek to local theaters to see the trailer for the newest franchise installment. On a post on Twitter, the Disney-owned Lucasfilm production announced that the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens will also be available on Black Friday, November 28, on Apple's iTunes.
It appears that Disney had pulled two games from both the App Store as well as on the Google Play store for Android devices without any explanation. As reported by sister site WP Central, both Star Wars: Tiny Death Star and Star Wars Assault Team were pulled from both app stores with developer Nimblebit saying that they were not given any prior notice of the decision.
May the fourth be with you this coming Sunday and Aspyr Media has a bunch of Star Wars games for Mac on sale to help you celebrate. We're looking at good savings too on titles such as Knights of the Old Republic and Empire At War of 60% on the regular purchase price. So not to be sniffed at if you've yet to pick them up.
Disney has just announced the cast for Star Wars Episode VII. It includes the original stars, some transplants from other beloved geek franchises, and some fresh faces. It also has a great name on the script, but thankfully not that name. It couldn't help but make me wish the new Star Wars movie was out and available on iTunes already. Then I realized none of the Star Wars movies are available on iTunes. It's 2014, why can't I watch Star Wars on my iPhone or iPad yet?
Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Today we've got updates to UP by Jawbone, Google+, and more! Let's take a closer look...
Of all the Lego games to have launched for iPhone and iPad in recent times, Lego Star Wars is possibly the one many of us have waited on the most. Now it's time to grab your Lightsabers as Warner Bros. has made The Complete Saga with all six episodes available in the App Store now.
Ever wanted to build your very own Death Star complete with karaoke bar, plush apartments and interrogation rooms downstairs? Lucasarts is bringing all that to reality with the release of Star Wars: Tiny Death Star, which is available to download now from the App Store for iPhone and iPad.
If you're looking for a great iPad game to play this weekend, then look no further. Legendary title, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is half price for a limited time only, making it yours for just $4.99. At that price, it's too good to ignore, but it won't be around forever.