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  • Blog Post: Star Wars: The Old Republic's Galactic Stronghold Expansion Gets A Trailer And New Screens

    Star Wars: The Old Republic's Galactic Stronghold expansion is coming later this month, and some new screens and a new trailer gives you a look before you will be able jump into the galactic housing market. The rollout of the expansion begins next week. Subscriber early access begins August 18, followed... More
  • Blog Post: BioWare Teases Player Housing For Star Wars: The Old Republic

    A short video appeared recently on the official Star Wars: The Old Republic YouTube page teasing player housing. You can check out the video below, which has the description, "Get ready to make yourself at home in Star Wars: The Old Republic." The video itself shows what appears to be a home... More
  • Blog Post: Sideshow Collectibles Darth Malgus Figure To Menace Collections Soon

    Last year, we shared with you the $6,000 life-sized The Old Republic Darth Malgus figure from Sideshow Collectibles. Some of you suggested that might be a little rich for your blood. Now, there’s a less expensive (and slightly smaller) version for fans of BioWare’s MMO. The sixth scale figure... More
  • Blog Post: Star Wars: The Old Republic Scum And Villainy Update Adds New Achievements And Hard Mode Flashpoints

    Star Wars: The Old Republic's first digital Expansion, Rise of the Hutt Cartel, is coming April 14 (unless you pre-ordered the game early, in which case you are probably playing the expansion now), but in the meantime BioWare has released the Scum and Villainy update. The Scum and Villainy adds new... More
  • Blog Post: New Details On The Old Republic's Rise Of The Hutt Cartel

    Star Wars: The Old Republic is receiving a new digital expansion centered on the oversized Hutts. The expansion, Rise of the Hutt Cartel, features the giant slug-like aliens as they try to become a galactic superpower, and they're not afraid of a scuffle with lightsaber-wielding foes. The development... More
  • Blog Post: Star Wars: The Old Republic To Change Its User Login Credentials

    Starting April 2, you won't be able to log into Star Wars: The Old Republic using your e-mail address. You'll have to use your display name. The change is being made in the interest of further protecting user information. "This change increases the security of our game authentication system... More
  • Blog Post: New Update Brings Relics Of The Gree Event To Star Wars: The Old Republic

    Star Wars: The Old Republic will soon receive update 1.7, and with it comes the Relics of the Gree in-game live event. Beginning on February 12, the recurring event will set players on the path to discovering the secrets behind the Grey Secant, an ancient Gree starship that appears over Ilum’s... More
  • Blog Post: First Look At The Old Republic's Rise Of The Hutt Cartel

    Star Wars: The Old Republic is set to introduce a new digital expansion in the spring, and BioWare has just released a first look at the planet of Makeb in Rise of the Hutt Cartel. Check out the trailer below, and head here if you're interested in pre-ordering the upcoming expansion. More
  • Blog Post: Second Annual "Most Played Game Awards"

    Raptr has announced the most-played games of 2012. The awards take into account average individual playtime, average session length, and total playtime. Unsurprisingly, games like Skyrim, World of Warcraft, Modern Warfare 3, and League of Legends are maintaining their staying power, while Borderlands... More
  • Blog Post: Ancient Hypergate For Star Wars: The Old Republic Goes Live Today

    Update 1.6 for Star Wars: The Old Republic is going live today. The update for The Old Republic introduces new PvP mechanics in a new Warzone, referred to as the Ancient Hypergate. The Republic and Imperial forces fight in this new Warzone to harness the power of an ancient Gere technology. The update... More
  • Blog Post: The Old Republic Celebrates Free-To-Play Conversion With New Trailer

    In case you haven’t been paying attention, Star Wars: The Old Republic has now gone free-to-play. A subscription option remains for players who want to have the most convenient and feature-packed experience, but non-paying players can now progress all the way to the level cap with all the classes... More
  • Blog Post: Star Wars: The Old Republic Goes Free

    You won't be able to hit level cap, but soon you'll be able to visit that galaxy far, far away without paying for a limited trial. BioWare took advantage of EA's E3 press conference to reveal some mostly minor details about upcoming content on the way to The Old Republic, including the reveal... More
  • Blog Post: Star Wars: The Old Republic Receives Massive Game Update

    Still fighting the good fight in a galaxy far, far away? EA and LucasArts just released a huge amount of new game content for your Star Wars character to enjoy. It looks like most of the content appeals directly to high level characters who may be looking for new experiences. According to an EA press... More
  • Blog Post: Star Wars: The Old Republic Free Weekend Starts On Thursday

    Bioware wants to give everyone a chance to check out Star Wars: The Old Republic, so this weekend it is offering players an opportunity to play the game for free. Starting Thursday, March 15 at 12:01 AM CDT and ending on Monday, March 19th at 2:00 AM CDT, interested participants can download and play... More
  • Blog Post: See Your Legacy In Star Wars: The Old Republic Update 1.2 Trailer

    If you've been waiting for a major update to BioWare's recently launched MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic, I have good news. You won't need to wait much longer, and you can get your first glimpse here. Titled "Legacy," Update 1.2's biggest addition to The Old Republic will be... More
  • Blog Post: BioWare Hosting Guild Summit For Star Wars: The Old Republic

    Say what you will about MMO players, but you can't accuse them of being shy when it comes to providing feedback. Visit any game's official forum – especially right after a patch is released – and you'll see thread after thread of players questioning decisions about re-balancing... More
  • Blog Post: Lonely Star Wars Companion Begs Me To Return To Old Republic

    Electronic Arts may be bragging about the sales and subscription numbers for its recently launched MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic, but apparently not everything in the galaxy is good. Today I received the e-mail above begging me to log back in to The Old Republic on behalf of my imperial agent's... More
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Patch To Smooth Out The Old Republic's Visuals, Gameplay

    MMOs are traditionally ambitious endeavors, and Star Wars: The Old Republic is clearly no exception. One of the side effects of the genre's scale is that developers have a lot of post-launch tweaking and tuning. The Old Republic is getting an update soon, which will add anti-aliasing, a quartet of... More
  • Blog Post: Star Wars: The Old Republic Is The Largest Entertainment Voice Over Project Ever

    According to Guinness, Star Wars: The Old Republic has more voice over work than any other project ever. The game has over 200,000 lines of recorded dialogue according to Guinness, easily beating out any feature film or other video game. I'm curious what exactly defines "a project," though... More
  • Blog Post: Bioware Hasn't Forgotten About Mac Users And Star Wars: The Old Republic

    It doesn't look like Mac users can expect a port anytime soon, but it is on the minds of the decision makers over at Bioware. Joystiq.com spoke with Bioware label leads Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk and they are well aware of the demand saying, "We know there's a big Mac audience of BioWare... More
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