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Lucasfilm strikes back.

January 27:
It's been a long weekend for Star Wars™ fans among us. Today marks the return of Lucasfilm on WAVE II, with the final batch of three Star Wars™ titles:

A 20% launch discount awaits those who join the fight against the dark side in the next 72-hours with three new releases:
Star Wars™ Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
<i>Star Wars&trade;</i> Republic Commando
<i>Star Wars</i>&trade; Starfighter&trade;

As the Wave II timer ticks down to a zero for the last time, one of the most exciting weeks in the history of comes to a close. We couldn't be happier with the series of amazing titles we added to our catalog this week, and we're proud to have teamed up with ©Disney Interactive to finally restore six iconic Star Wars™ games back into the hands of gamers exclusively on

January 22:
The time is now! Lucasfilm strikes back with three more Star Wars™ classics available now on! This means the exclusive digital premiere of two more spacefaring titles:
<i>Star Wars</i>&trade;: Rogue Squadron - digital distribution debut, on!
<i>Star Wars</i>&trade; Rebellion - digital distribution debut, on!

<i>Star Wars</i>&trade; Empire at War: Gold Pack is now also available for purchase, DRM-free with a 72-hour, 20% launch discount!

The timer is still ticking, so stay tuned for one more reveal from ©Disney Interactive and!

January 20:
A long time ago in a galaxy near you, ©Disney Interactive and <B></B> teamed up to bring you the holy grail of classic gaming: six Lucasfilm cult-classics were added to our DRM-free catalog, including three titles which saw their digital premiere on We also made a promise to bring you many more cult-classics in the future and, believe us, we did not forget.

Today, with great pride and joy, we're excited to announce Wave II of Lucasfilm games on! Starting right now, six new Star Wars™ classics are available in our DRM-free Lucasfilm/Disney catalog. This includes three amazing titles available, for the first time in digital distribution, exclusively on
<i>Star Wars</i>&trade;: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter - digital distribution debut, on!
<i>Star Wars</i>&trade;: X-Wing Alliance&trade; - digital distribution debut, on!
<i>Star Wars</i>&trade; Galactic Battlegrounds Saga - digital distribution debut, on!

We're also celebrating the DRM-free release of these Star Wars™ games with a 72-hour 20% launch discount:
<i>Star Wars</i>&trade; Battlefront&trade; II
<i>Star Wars</i>&trade;: Dark Forces
<i>Star Wars</i>&trade; Knights of the Old Republic&trade; II: The Sith Lords&trade;

Just in case you missed your chance last time, you can grab three more Lucasfilm classics for the same 20% discount, until Friday, January 30, at 1:59 PM GMT!
<i>Star Wars</i>&trade; Knights of the Old Republic&trade;
Indiana Jones&reg; and the Fate of Atlantis&trade;
The Secret of Monkey Island&trade;: Special Edition

Our Lucasfilm/Disney is made that much more impressive today thanks to our team-up with ©Disney Interactive. The 6 new Star Wars™ releases, which include 3 digital premieres exclusively on, are barely the beginning. We're not saying more right now, but we know the wait will be worth it for six great reasons - keep watching the front page and stay tuned for more exciting Lucasfilm titles releasing on when the timer strikes zero!
Post edited January 27, 2015 by Konrad
BillyMaysFan59: I didn't even receive the email yet, so I wasn't aware that it was confirmed.
Here you go.
Thanks GOG.
That was worth the wait.
Oh my, this will be dear
BillyMaysFan59: I didn't even receive the email yet, so I wasn't aware that it was confirmed.
Grargar: Here you go.
Well, since it says six more coming "this Thursday and next week", maybe we'll get lucky and they mean six more SW between those two days, rather than just SW releases for one or both of them. We can hope, anyway. I'm a Star Wars fan, but… I was really looking forward to more of the non-SW LA games, since those are the ones I could never find when younger.
Nice happy to see more games on here still waiting for Star Wars Episode 1 Racer! :)
Although I am happy with the release of new LA games, I wish they were ALL Star Wars related...I'd rather have their other games like Afterlife, The Dig, Full Throttle, Indy and the Emperor's Tomb, etc, etc. Any idea when they are coming? What about the two Desktop Adventure games?

P.S. I actually want Star Wars Episode 1 Racer too. That game is awesome.
Post edited January 20, 2015 by freelancewolf
kalmis666: Oh my, this will be dear
omfg love releases but kills budget n wallet...
What about Other Language Support for XWing Alliance (German?) and XvsTIE Fighter? Is there any hope to get it GOG?
KOTOR I and II will be mine soon..... :)
I'm a bit disappointed really, where are the adventure games? My gut tells me we won't get any.
Hmm, I wonder if Lucasfilm's planning on releasing the other point-and-click adventures after Grim Fandango Remastered has its honeymoon period. They might be staggering these releases out in order to milk individual games' fanbases, perhaps. Annoying, but I hope that means GOG will have time for preparing the best packages they can.
EnforcerSunWoo: Wouldn't hurt my feelings to see stuff like Outlaws, Afterlife, and a few of the adventure titles after the 48 hours is up.
anomaly: I am all for a release of Outlaws. That was one of the best shooters of it's type and day.
I'm with you on that. Played outlaws loads of time both single player and on the microsoft gaming zone. I just hope when they release outlaws they include the 2.0 upgrade with the extra missions and playable character.
I'm so happy to see more LucasArts/LucasFilms games. I was really hoping for Day of the Tentacle though. Perhaps there is still hope and I just have to be patient.
These are awesome. And more coming on Thursday :-)
LoveShines: I'm so happy to see more LucasArts/LucasFilms games. I was really hoping for Day of the Tentacle though. Perhaps there is still hope and I just have to be patient.
You'll have to be patient for a while. I'm assuming with the release of the remastered/remade/updated Day of the Tentacle, the original game is not going to be released on its own.