Do you ever wonder what happens to all of those great video game ideas that never make it to production? Here are some Star Wars video games that never actually existed but it sure would be fun if they did!
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Dak for Atari
Pitfall! Sarlacc Edition for Atari
Is it Operational? For NES
Uncle Owen’s Moisture Farm Tycoon for Xbox
Now that we’ve had some laughs, here’s a real unreleased Star Wars video game:
Super Star Wars is an unreleased platform game developed by Brain Bug that was originally supposed to be the PC port of LucasArts’ SNES game of the same name. It all began in 1994 while most people of their team worked on another game, Lollypop. Since the SNES version of Super Star Wars was one of their favorite games and Softgold – the publisher of Lollypop – had a good relation to LucasArts, they told them about the...
Now here is something you don’t’ see every day: An orchestra flash mob in the Wallrafplatz, in the center of Cologne in Germany. I have always been a huge fan of flashmobs, but I have never seen a full out orchestral flash mobs — that play the Star Wars Theme. I also love that they brought both harp and timpani. That’s dedication. We can only hope they show up at next July’s Celebration Europe II
oh… And as a bonus video, I give you the newest Star Wars spoof from our old friend OneMinuteGalactica – The Awkward Awards. Yes, Everything is so less regal and majestic when the music cuts...
Teddie Films wooed us last month with The Star Wars That I Used To Know and this time they’re at it again with what is sure to be another major hit. Droidfriend pits C3-PO in a Bieber likeness putting the moves on a nice Twi’lek. What makes this an even bigger nerdgasm for us is all the extras in the background. In this video, one of the most irritating characters of the original Star Wars trilogy tackles a kindred soul in the music industry – Justin Bieber!
And for those who are a bit more purist in their love of Star Wars tributes, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We’re going to double up this post with an amazing musical homage below in honor of the iconic cantina scene posted by YouTube user CharlesLaurita....
OneMinuteGalactica returns with a sequel to hes former masterpiece Galaxy of Passion – A Star Wars Telenovela. This time we get more Italien sexy love story, as Armando and Esmerelda in the Floating City of Lust.
Two internet memes collide in a galaxy far far away this week, as Star Wars and Gotye are crammed into one spoof. If that sounds crude, it actually works surprisingly well, with some pointed swipes at the Star Wars prequels and a George Lucas-alike who sings about “all the times I screwed fans over”. The Force is strong with this one, just don’t expect this to be released on Blu-ray any time soon.