Wow, this is great news as a massive Star Wars fan and gamer. I love open world games and am currently working my way through Red Dead Redemption II in an attempt to finally finish the story instead of getting side tracked, but this is what I love most about open world games.
Yeah I’d love to see Rockstar have a go but UBISOFT is fine with me, getting a break from EA is going to be a good thing for the Star Wars universe of games.
I’m not spoiling anything in this post but wow I’m glad we got this season, especially in 2020.
Sitting down with my family every Friday has been one of the highlights of the year and something I’ve needed. It’s been a great distraction with being out of work to think about the last episode and what we could get next.
I’m a fan of all of Star Wars, yes I have my favourites but largely I just want to live in the universe regardless of the era.
This season has blasted through my expectations and I’ll be straight on a rewatch of both seasons.
I won’t be spoiling the show yet, I’ve really enjoyed season 2 so far and the latest might be one of my favourites. If you watched the clone wars (and why haven’t you?) you’ll know we get a series of episodes following an arc then a completely different episode in a different part of the galaxy or with a little side quest.
This felt like it could have been an episode of the clone wars series, a fun adventure on the path to something bigger.
It combines some of the best elements of Star Wars – family, humour and action.
The Mandalorian continues to be a series we all sit down and watch (multiple times) as a family and look forward to every week.
Don’t worry I’m not spoiling anything in my posts yet but wow what a start to season 2! It’s really hard not to talk about it as I’m very conscious of ruining it for anyone. To me just seeing the first episode and it looks like we are delving deeper into some key species and characters and the budget looks to have had a boost too – WOW!
I’ve recently picked up a few new Star Wars podcasts and one of my current favourites is Star Wars minute. At the moment they are deep diving each minute of Rogue One, which is one of my favourite bits of Disney era content. It’s fascinating, especially the most recent where they have the screenwriter himself talking insights and thoughts behind filming decisions.
If you’re into film at all I think it’s worth a listen, but even more if like me you’re obsessed with Star Wars.