Star Wars 1313 gets a shooty new gameplay trailer - destructoid

Star Wars 1313 gets a shooty new gameplay trailer

10:00 AM on 08.14.2012

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Star Wars 1313 turned some heads at E3 this year, and now we have a lot more to go on with a fresh gameplay trailer launched in time for gamescom. It's good because it's all dark and edgy and stuff. Oh, and guns. Bang bang, Storm Troopers!

Seriously, it looks fairly promising, though I want to see a lot more before I get too excited. I just don't trust you, LucasArts. I remember that game you did ... with the dirt ... and the things. Yeah.

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