Rebelscum News Archive
Posted by Jeremy on July 18, 2016 at 03:38 AM CST |
It's always nice to see new Star Wars products presented in innovative ways, and this press kit distributed by Warner Brothers Games (in Germany at least) contains a Finn minifigure in a casket-like brick. Does this reflect where his commanding officer, Captain Phasma, would like to see him? Head to Promo Bricks where there is a nice photo gallery.
Posted by Adam on July 16, 2016 at 12:59 AM CST |
We've teamed-up with Winning Moves to give away a pack of Top Trumps to the first 5 people who can tell us the name of their latest set. Stop by the Winning Moves booth at S500 before visiting the Scummer table at S442.
Posted by Jeremy on July 13, 2016 at 03:24 AM CST |
When it was announced that Disney was cancelling its Infinity game there were a lot of shocked gamers and Star Wars fans. But most LEGO Star Wars fans saw this as a glass half full scenario and have been having secretive conversations about the possibility of LEGO Dimensions characters being drawn from the Star Wars universe. And now, today, Warner Bros Games has addressed the issue with a statement that clearly and unequivocally says "maybe". At least it's not a "no"!
Posted by Jeremy on July 11, 2016 at 10:05 PM CST |
The newest pixelated addition to the LEGO Star Wars brickiverse gets the Rebelscum treatment in our game play review. Check out our latest special feature and see what this BB-GR8 video game has got to offer.
Posted by Jeremy on July 8, 2016 at 07:03 AM CST |
Another version of the LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens video game has been released, making Apple Macintosh owners the latest to get this great game. Click on the thumbnail above for a screencap of the tweet posted on the official LSWGame Twitter feed or head to Feral Interactive to purchase (RRP $39.99) your DLC version today.
Posted by Jeremy on July 2, 2016 at 05:46 AM CST |
With all the hype about LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens coming out on various consoles you'd be excused if you didn't know that it was also available for the iPhone and iPad via the App Store now. Be warned - the first three levels are free and then there are in-app purchases. The game costs $6.99 and the Season Pass (that has The Force Awakens game and includes all future content) is $9.99. There is an Android version coming but no word on when yet.
San Diego Comic Con Coverage
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Of the San Diego Comic-Con exclusives revealed in the article published on StarWars.com, our ever inquisitive Probe Droid is tasked to find out which one you are most excited about.
Nixon Chewbacca Sentry Leather Watch
Stance Star Wars Socks
Loungefly Rey Backpack
Funko Han Solo & Thumbs Up BB-8 POP! Figures
Hallmark McQuarrie Boba Fett Keepsake & Itty Bitty Two Pack
Santa Cruz Skateboards
Beast Kingdom Egg Attack Electroplated Figures
Hasbro 6-Inch Obi-Wan Kenobi Pack
Mattel Hot Wheels Carships Trench Run
JAKKS Pacific Vac-Metal C-3PO & Captain Phasma
Bandai Teppou Ashigaru Sandtrooper Special Version
Gentle Giant Captain Phasma & Chewbacca McQuarrie Concept Mini Busts
Gentle Giant Jumbo Kenner Luke Skywalker Figures
Topps Star Wars Trading Card Posters
Sideshow Collectibles R2-D2 Unpainted Prototype
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