The ultimate geek battle, Star Wars vs. Star Trek, takes an interactive turn today as upcoming video games in each franchise have released new trailers. We’ve written about both Star Wars 1313 and Star Trek: The Game in the past and though each won’t be out until 2013, these trailers provide the best look yet at what’s in store for video game playing sci-fi fans, whether you favor Trek or Wars. Which one looks better? Decide after the jump. Read More »

The Internet has been abuzz this week with the news of Star Wars 1313, a video game that’ll provide a more mature look at the Star Wars universe. You star as a bounty hunter working in the underworld of Coruscant sometime between the events of Star Wars Episodes III and IV.

Initially, several images were released but it was unclear whether they were concept images, gameplay or cut scenes. Now, actual gameplay footage from the Star Wars 1313 has been revealed and it’s extremely impressive. Check it out below. Read More »

Deep below the surface of Coruscant, a lethal bounty hunter hunts down targets while exploring a whole new side to the Star Wars universe. LucasFilm has just revealed, as expected, they’re developing a new game called Star Wars 1313, a third person, action adventure shooter that promises to explore much more “mature themes” than previous Star Wars games and show “the worst of the worst of the Star Wars galaxy.”

That sounds oddly like how producer Rick McCallum has described the eventual Star Wars TV Show, doesn’t it? After the jump, we’ll explore the links and show a bunch of images and footage from Star Wars 1313. Read More »

In recent months, the best way to keep on top of what’s going down at LucasFilm has been their domain registrations. It was there we first learned of Star Wars: Identities, a new traveling museum exhibit, and now the company has registered domains for something called Star Wars 1313. What is Star Wars 1313? Well, we don’t know, but one site has a few good ideas and they include Boba Fett. “Boba Fett? Boba Fett? Where?” After the jump. Read More »