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Star Wars: The Clone Wars -- Jedi Alliance Previews - DS

Star Wars: The Clone Wars -- Jedi Alliance
Game Description:Based on the animated feature film, this Nintendo DS title follows the epic battles that forged the Empire and lead to the downfall of the Jedi Order. Jedi Alliance thrusts you into a new storyline branch from the Clone Wars universe and challenges you to use your stylus to wield your deadly lightsaber. Experience the combined power when two Jedi join forces to fight as one. Choose your favorite Jedi pair at the start of each mission and experience unique moves and combat skills. With an innovative stylus-based input, controlling the Jedi's movement and Lightsaber combat has never felt more immersive.
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    All Access: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

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    Blair Herter is talking with Product Manager Gavin Leung about the upcoming action title from LucasArts, 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' for multiple platforms.

    Posted: Jul 31, 2008 | 4,084 Views | 01:47 | 5 Comments


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    Floor Report: Star Wars: Clone Wars

    Blair Herter is on the floor at E3, getting the info on 'Star Wars: Clone Wars' for the Nintendo Wii from project manager Gavin Leung.

    Posted: Jul 17, 2008 | 5,955 Views | 01:46 | 1 Comment


  • All Access: Star Wars: The Clone Wars

    Posted: July 31, 2008

    4,084 Views | 01:47 | 5 Comments

  • Floor Report: Star Wars: Clone Wars

    Posted: July 17, 2008

    5,955 Views | 01:46 | 1 Comment

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