There is a new Star Wars album out called Star Wars Headspace and it’s available on Spotify and SoundCloud (below). The EDM album is full of blasters, droids, lightsabers, movie dialogue – you name it! Continue reading Star Wars: Headspace Album
I’m not sure about the rest of you, but like some drug addict, I’ve had a relapse into video gaming lately. That new X-Com 2 has been wasting my free time and life! Great game, but I do not recommend it for the addictive types out there.
I’ve come across some great little Star Wars YouTube gems lately, I particularly love the Techno Union one. Hope you enjoy them too.
One thing that separates X-Wing from many other games, is that even a player on a budget can viably play multiple, or even all three factions with some degree of competitiveness, as opposed to picking one and having to stick with it. Most people who play other table top games (I’m looking at you 40k) are forced to stick to one army due to the fact that having more than one will cost you thousands of dollars. This gives X-Wing players some choice: they could play one faction exclusively if they wish, or they can spread the love around and play all three factions easily. Most players fall somewhere in-between, having some time with all factions, but identifying primarily with one or two.
R5Don4 alerted me to a disturbance in the force. It was a terrible threat to all X-Wing players, emanating from the Winnipeg sector. Someone strong in the force by the name of Tom Landy handily won a store championship flying a big pair of Bro-Bots. Continue reading Interview with 2016 X-Wing Store Champion Tom Landy
Artist Marc Hagan-Guirey known as “Paper Dandy” has re-created inspiring scenes from the original Star Wars movies with nothing but paper and light.
His form of art, known as Kirigami, is different from “pop-up” paper art in that it uses no glue and only a single piece of paper. That’s right, it’s all done with only one sheet of paper! Continue reading “Paper Dandy” makes Star Wars art from a single piece of paper
Many of ye olde tyme gamers can recall the great and terrible, the fun and frustrating video game called Star Wars Rebellion, or Star Wars Supremacy if you’re from the UK. Continue reading Star Wars Rebellion gets a board game!