It’s not a surprise that EA hasn’t managed its exclusive rights to the Star Wars franchise well this generation. While the original Xbox and Xbox 360 saw a tremendous amount of Star Wars content, this generation hasn’t.
A few months ago, Respawn Entertainment surprised everyone by announcing that the team was working on a game called Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Not much is known about the project, but it seems like it's Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
With the closure of Visceral Games many months ago, EA effectively doused the hopes for an open-world Star Wars game, a title industry veterans like Amy Hennig were working on. However, it seems like the publisher isn't done with the concept.
The new Star Wars: Battlefront II by EA shares a similar name to the 2005 classic, developed by Pandemic, but both games are totally different. If you're not a fan of the new game, the older title is still being played today. This is why.
One of gaming's biggest controversial titles of 2017 was Star Wars Battlefront II, with its aggressive loot-box system sparking a widespread outcry against microtransactions. But did the game deserve all the anger directed at it? We think not.
The Last Jedi is the eighth installment in one of the most loved movie franchises on the planet. It's finally here, so what better excuse than to binge through the back catalog with the Microsoft Store!