See what the future holds for Star Wars: The Old Republic, as Game Director James Ohlen highlights some of the new game systems coming in Game Update 1.3, as well as some of the playable content that will be released in the coming months.
What If Star Wars Had Been a Flop in 1977?
1up.com explores how the gaming galaxy would've been different without a few good Jedi.
Star Wars: The Old Republic Concept Art
Bioware concept artist Paul Adam shares some of his favorite art created for Star Wars: Old Republic, some of it as promotional pieces for the game's website, other pieces as concept art for the game itself.
12 Great Star Wars Games You Need To Play
The Star Wars saga sits in a somewhat unique position in that the source material lends itself well to various genres, at least when it comes to video games. WhatCulture lists their 12 favorite games from Star Wars' past.
SWTOR Official Podcast - Episode 1
Eric Musco and Brooks Guthrie bring you episode one of the official Star Wars: The Old Republic podcast, "Rocket Boots".
Retro Video Game-Themed Star Wars Insider Cover
The official Star Wars magazine, Star Wars Insider, has given MTV Geek an exclusive first look at their alternative cover of their upcoming themed issue celebrating 30 years of Star Wars video games!
1983 Arcade Game TV Debut
From the pilot episode of a 1983 show called "The Video Game Challenge" this video shows off the then-brand-new Star Wars arcade game from Atari.
Mini, Playable Star Wars Arcade Cabinet
An inventive video game enthusiast has recreated the classic 1983 title Star Wars Arcade, cabinet included. The best part? It's only a foot tall.
SWTOR Launches in 38 More Countries
Bioware and LucasArts are excited to announce that Star Wars: The Old Republic has officially launched in a wide range of new countries throughout Europe and the Middle East.
Kinect Star Wars Companion App for Mobile
Microsoft has released a companion application for Kinect Star Wars that's available now on Windows Phone, Android and iPhone. The app aggregates a user's Facebook and Twitter social network feeds and turns them into the iconic Star Wars crawl that appears at the start of all of the films.