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William Garza 2019-02-15

Since 1977, kids of all ages have been picking up sticks, broom handles, and plastic swords and imagining that they’re a Jedi Knight.

Over the years, fans have been able to pick up anything from cheap plastic lightsabers to high-end fan-made replicas to virtual versions of the weapon.

This fall, Hasbro will release a new Lightsaber toy: the Star Wars Lightsaber Academy, an interactive lightsaber game that uses a Bluetooth-connected saber and an app to teach kids how to wield the franchise’s most iconic weapon.

The Lightsaber Academy toy looks a bit like Lenovo’s Jedi Challenges, in which you use a physical lightsaber handle to practice your lightsaber moves, but this version is made for kids.

The toy is an extendable lightsaber hilt that connects to a training app via Bluetooth and tracks your motion.

The base set will retail for $49.99, and it comes with one of Hasbro’s Smart-Hilt sabers that allow players to shift between one of five Jedi practitioners (Yoda, Rey, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, or Kylo Ren).

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William Franklin 2017-05-25
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p Today we present the best look at Rey’s Lightsaber we currently have available – up close and personal with a nice set of photos.

These images come with a bit of confirmation of information passed down this week by the keeper of the canon for Star Wars: Pablo Hidalgo.

Before there’s any confusion when the first wave of The Last Jedi toys are released in stores – the name “Rey’s Lightsaber” is a simple re-naming of a lightsaber we already know very well.

As Hidalgo said this week with Vanity Fair, “In general, a lightsaber belongs to the person who constructed it.” This holds true for most of the lightsabers in Star Wars, save those that are held by, for example, General Grievous – as they’ve all been stolen and not necessarily passed on as they should be, or could be.

In The Force Awakens, Rey finds Luke’s Lightsaber in a curio box in Maz’s Castle.

Luke’s Lightsaber was once Anakin’s Lightsaber – also the lightsaber kept by Obi-Wan, taken by Obi-Wan from Anakin after their infamous battle by the lava on Mustafar.

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Julie Romero 2016-10-17
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It looks like a crazy bunch of fun, but for those who partake in it, it s a serious sport: Lightsaber Combat.

The sport finds its home in a Milan, Italy facility called LudoSport, where warriors pick up their glowing lightsaber replicas and engage in combat.

Joining the Italy and other facilities is a new LudoSport site opening in San Francisco, marking the United States first official lightsaber training academy.

LudoSport and the official sport of lightsaber combat was founded by three friends living in Italy.

They came into possession of toy lightsabers and, being trained in the more formal arts of sword fighting, went outside and started fighting each other.

This snowballed into the evolution of lightsaber-specific rules and combat moves that many trainees padawans?

collect
0
John Feeney 2018-05-04
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Lenovo is rolling out an update to its Stars Wars: Jedi Challenges title that introduces local multiplayer.

Lightsaber Versus Mode is a new feature that will see players battle their friends in AR lightsaber duels.

Both players will need a Lenovo Mirage AR Headset, Lightsaber controller and a tracking beacon, costing $199.

Lenovo and Disney are rolling out a new mode for their Star Wars: Jedi Challenges game that lets players face off against friends with AR lightsabers.

The mode, titled Lightsaber Versus Mode, is available now in the Jedi Challenges app on the Google Play Store and on iOS.

Lenovo revealed the new mode in a press release earlier today, stating that the one-versus-one battle component is “a first-of-its-kind.” This will allow players in the same room to see each other’s lightsaber and duel against each other.

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0
Star Wars 2021-09-20
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This was sole because he lacked access to any Jedi who could instruct him.But, as we've seen in the movies, Luke can hold his own against Darth Vader with a Lightsaber (and many others in the Legends Canon).

This implies that, despite his apparent lack of training, Luke possessed some proficiency with the Lightsaber.Luke Skywalker learned how to use the Lightsaber from where?Luke was the first of a new generation of Jedi, which meant his obligations went beyond fighting the Empire and restoring the Force's balance.

As a result, Luke had little to no formal Lightsaber training when facing Darth Vader on Cloud City.Despite Vader's remark that Obi-Wan had taught Luke effectively, Obi-Wan had only taught Luke how to hold a Lightsaber correctly.But how did Luke stand a chance against Vader's decades of expertise and experience?

We can see Luke progress from being on the backfoot and retreating to match Vader blow for blow throughout the fight.Luke could base his attacks on how Vader was fighting by researching Vader's moves and strikes throughout the conflict.During Luke Skywalker's 'training,' what form did he learn?Luke never had any formal training in the art of Lightsaber combat, as we have discussed.

Our study discovered that he learned by fighting Darth Vader and adapted his Lightsaber combat style to his purposes.This means Luke's Lightsaber combat style was essentially the same as Vader's, with minor differences.

When the Clone Wars began, Anakin switched to Form V, Djem-So, and Shien, more balanced.Due to prosthetic limbs and robotic replacements, Vader's motions were slower and tighter than Anakin's.

collect
0
Jennifer Ervin 2018-05-04
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If you own one of the augmented reality lightsaber kits that Lenovo and Disney started selling last year, you can now have duels with your friends — as long as they have a kit, too.

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is getting a free update called “Lightsaber Versus Mode,” adding local multiplayer to the previously single-player game.

Versus Mode requires two of the $199 Lenovo Mirage AR systems: two phone-powered Mirage headsets; two lightsaber controllers; and two light-up tracking beacons, each set to a different color.

Players stand a few feet apart, like they might in a real duel, and the headsets project a lightsaber beam over each of their controllers.

The system doesn’t just let you hack away at your opponent; it procedurally generates a battle, using familiar elements from the single-player dueling mode.

In a single-player Jedi Challenges duel, the headset projects lines and arrows for blocking a blow with your lightsaber, avoiding a hit, and striking to stun your holographic opponent.

collect
0
David Harrison 2017-06-26
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There’s a toy that’s been making the rounds on Twitter, mostly because it’s so illogical it couldn’t possibly exist in our world.

On the surface, this looks to be a Klingon Jedi action figure from Kenner’s Star Wars: The Power of the Force series, depicting Worf as someone who, himself, wields the power of the Force.

It recently appeared on Reddit, where someone said they’d picked it up at a flea market.

Is this real, or perhaps a Chinese bootleg?

As pointed out on Reddit, the box number matches an R2-D2 action figure from the Power of the Force series, and the “collector’s coin” shown on the Klingon Jedi figure doesn’t actually exist in that series.

The box is from a series that Kenner started and ended in 1985, but Star Trek: The Next Generation didn’t debut until 1987 (Kenner rebooted the action figure series under Hasbro in 1995, but with a different box design).

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Bart King 2018-08-30
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Lenovo promised regular updates for the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges augmented reality game, and it’s been delivering, with the latest being a Dark Side Expansion and a new lightsaber option.

The AR game uses a smartphone slotted into Lenovo’s Mirage headset, and wirelessly-connected weapons modeled after those in the hit movies.

When it launched in mid-2017, gameplay was single-player and there were a series of challenges ranging from virtual lightsaber battles through to taking over leadership of a tiny army.

Even then, though, you only had one lightsaber to actually work with.

Now, Lenovo is adding a second to the mixture.

Unveiled at IFA 2018 today, the Limited Edition Kylo Ren Lightsaber replicates the hand-constructed weapon wielded by the Dark Side character from the recent movies.

collect
0
Jarvis Lett 2018-05-04
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Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is getting the mode fans of the movies have been desperate for, with Lightsaber Versus Mode allowing two AR headset wearers to battle each other.

The update, released today somewhat fittingly on May 4th, is the first time two lightsaber-wielding participants have been able to battle in augmented reality.

Lightsaber battles were certainly part of the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges experience when the AR gaming system launched back in November last year.

However, at the time it was strictly a one-player affair.

Gamers could go up against movie character foes like Darth Vader and Kylo Res, with the movements of their lightsaber tracked in 3D space.

The Jedi Challenges system is one of the more affordable AR gaming platforms we’ve seen.

collect
0
Rafael Beltrami 2017-11-01
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If you ever need to fight your way out of a Sarlacc pit execution, then you're going to need a lightsaber.

Auction house Bonhams, in partnership with Turner Classic Movies, is putting a Luke Skywalker lightsaber from "Return of the Jedi" up for sale on Nov. 21 as part of a large collection of entertainment memorabilia.

The lightsaber played a key role in the scene where Luke, Han Solo and Chewbacca escape the toothy grasp of the alien beast inside the Sarlacc pit.

R2-D2 has Luke's weapon hidden inside his droid body and shoots it out for Luke to grab to aid in the daring fight for freedom.

The lightsaber in the auction was used for a close-up showing it in R2-D2's body.

The prop is crafted from metal, brass and rubber.

collect
0
Christopher Hardy 2018-08-30
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Can you feel the darkness bubbling up inside of you?

Then this could well be the augmented reality (AR) experience you need, as you step into Sith Lord, Kylo Ren's boots and grab his lightsaber.

This is the third major update of Lenovo's Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR experience, but instead of fighting to save the galaxy, and things have taken a darker turn in the Dark Side expansion.

In the new update you play Kylo Ren, and you'll face up against the likes of Rey and Yoda in epic lightsaber battles.

And of course, no lightsaber battle is compete without the right equipment, and we've got our hands on Lenovo's new controller, shaped like Ren's saber - complete with realistic red and blue wires, and an illuminated red tip to let everyone know you're a bad guy.

Lenovo's Kylo Ren lightsaber hands on gallery

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Michael Wadsworth 2019-11-08
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In CNET sister site GameSpot's preview, Alessandro Fillari wrote that Jedi: Fallen Order "is taking the right lessons" from games such as Dark Souls, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice in terms of combat, with Metroid Prime-inspired exploration.

We saw Kashyyk as one of the final battlegrounds of the Clone Wars in Revenge of the Sith.

In the "thoughtful" combat sections stormtroopers, scout troopers and flame troopers are easily taken down with a lightsaber slash, but the heavily armored purge trooper takes a bit more damage and matches Cal's lightsaber with his vibrostaff.

He takes out a giant spider -- a Wyyyschokk -- with a few button taps and lightsaber swings.

However, it will have a few preorder bonus items: a fetching yellow skin for BD-1, an orange lightsaber blade option, lightsaber hilts from the Mygeeto and Umbaran campaigns, and a Gold Squadron skin for your ship, the Stinger Mantis.

Jedi: Fallen Order will also be the first game that EA releases on Steam, Valve's digital platform, since 2011.

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Kyle Greathouse 2017-12-14
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This week the folks behind Star Wars: Jedi Challenges – a Lenovo-made AR headset with lightsaber controller – are bringing The Last Jedi to augmented reality.

To use the app that’ll be updated, users will need to own the Star Wars Jedi Challenges AR headset and lightsaber package – that’s available from Lenovo or at Best Buy for right around $200 USD.

The update for The Last Jedi content will come just a bit later – January of 2018.

To begin, you’ll want to know what this headset and lightsaber business is all about.

I’ll direct you to our full review, but I’ll also give you a rundown here, first.

This headset works with projected images and your smartphone to create an augmented reality experience with Star Wars Content, and the lightsaber controller it rode in on.

collect
0
Wayne Konwinski 2018-05-04
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And the most iconic symbol of that universe is, of course, the lightsaber.

That’s how I ended up in possession of (my take on) Anakin Skywalker’s lightsaber:

My build features the Graflex CE with Obsidian Premium Sound and a Guardian Blue LED.

It lights up blue and plays various sounds when activated and waved around.

Nobody wants to see a 40 year-old technology reporter waving a lightsaber around, so here’s a teenager who was kind enough to help me out:

Basic configurations are as follows:

collect
0
Betty Gribble 2017-10-11
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One of the biggest surprise reveals of IFA 2017 (for me at least) was Lenovo's Star Wars-themes AR headset, which lets you fight a real life lightsbaer battle against Kylo Ren.

It took some getting used to, but for the most part I found it to be an enjoyable experience.

Well now that headset is available to pre-order...

In the United Arab Emirates.

Yes, yes, being available in the UAE isn't the same as being available here, but if pre-orders have opened in one country they should be hitting the rest of the Star Wars-loving world fairly soon.

The headset is 1,199 AED, which is around £247.

collect
0
Sonja Clemmons 2021-05-04
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Today Disney released a video of a mechanical real-world lightsaber that’ll appear in their Galactic Starcruiser experience. That’s the two-night vacation event at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida that’ll be opening in the year 2022. The lightsaber is real – real as far as your eyes are concerned, and real as you’ll see it in person at said resort … Continue reading
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William Garza 2019-02-15

Since 1977, kids of all ages have been picking up sticks, broom handles, and plastic swords and imagining that they’re a Jedi Knight.

Over the years, fans have been able to pick up anything from cheap plastic lightsabers to high-end fan-made replicas to virtual versions of the weapon.

This fall, Hasbro will release a new Lightsaber toy: the Star Wars Lightsaber Academy, an interactive lightsaber game that uses a Bluetooth-connected saber and an app to teach kids how to wield the franchise’s most iconic weapon.

The Lightsaber Academy toy looks a bit like Lenovo’s Jedi Challenges, in which you use a physical lightsaber handle to practice your lightsaber moves, but this version is made for kids.

The toy is an extendable lightsaber hilt that connects to a training app via Bluetooth and tracks your motion.

The base set will retail for $49.99, and it comes with one of Hasbro’s Smart-Hilt sabers that allow players to shift between one of five Jedi practitioners (Yoda, Rey, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, or Kylo Ren).

Julie Romero 2016-10-17
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It looks like a crazy bunch of fun, but for those who partake in it, it s a serious sport: Lightsaber Combat.

The sport finds its home in a Milan, Italy facility called LudoSport, where warriors pick up their glowing lightsaber replicas and engage in combat.

Joining the Italy and other facilities is a new LudoSport site opening in San Francisco, marking the United States first official lightsaber training academy.

LudoSport and the official sport of lightsaber combat was founded by three friends living in Italy.

They came into possession of toy lightsabers and, being trained in the more formal arts of sword fighting, went outside and started fighting each other.

This snowballed into the evolution of lightsaber-specific rules and combat moves that many trainees padawans?

Star Wars 2021-09-20
img

This was sole because he lacked access to any Jedi who could instruct him.But, as we've seen in the movies, Luke can hold his own against Darth Vader with a Lightsaber (and many others in the Legends Canon).

This implies that, despite his apparent lack of training, Luke possessed some proficiency with the Lightsaber.Luke Skywalker learned how to use the Lightsaber from where?Luke was the first of a new generation of Jedi, which meant his obligations went beyond fighting the Empire and restoring the Force's balance.

As a result, Luke had little to no formal Lightsaber training when facing Darth Vader on Cloud City.Despite Vader's remark that Obi-Wan had taught Luke effectively, Obi-Wan had only taught Luke how to hold a Lightsaber correctly.But how did Luke stand a chance against Vader's decades of expertise and experience?

We can see Luke progress from being on the backfoot and retreating to match Vader blow for blow throughout the fight.Luke could base his attacks on how Vader was fighting by researching Vader's moves and strikes throughout the conflict.During Luke Skywalker's 'training,' what form did he learn?Luke never had any formal training in the art of Lightsaber combat, as we have discussed.

Our study discovered that he learned by fighting Darth Vader and adapted his Lightsaber combat style to his purposes.This means Luke's Lightsaber combat style was essentially the same as Vader's, with minor differences.

When the Clone Wars began, Anakin switched to Form V, Djem-So, and Shien, more balanced.Due to prosthetic limbs and robotic replacements, Vader's motions were slower and tighter than Anakin's.

David Harrison 2017-06-26
img

There’s a toy that’s been making the rounds on Twitter, mostly because it’s so illogical it couldn’t possibly exist in our world.

On the surface, this looks to be a Klingon Jedi action figure from Kenner’s Star Wars: The Power of the Force series, depicting Worf as someone who, himself, wields the power of the Force.

It recently appeared on Reddit, where someone said they’d picked it up at a flea market.

Is this real, or perhaps a Chinese bootleg?

As pointed out on Reddit, the box number matches an R2-D2 action figure from the Power of the Force series, and the “collector’s coin” shown on the Klingon Jedi figure doesn’t actually exist in that series.

The box is from a series that Kenner started and ended in 1985, but Star Trek: The Next Generation didn’t debut until 1987 (Kenner rebooted the action figure series under Hasbro in 1995, but with a different box design).

Jarvis Lett 2018-05-04
img

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is getting the mode fans of the movies have been desperate for, with Lightsaber Versus Mode allowing two AR headset wearers to battle each other.

The update, released today somewhat fittingly on May 4th, is the first time two lightsaber-wielding participants have been able to battle in augmented reality.

Lightsaber battles were certainly part of the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges experience when the AR gaming system launched back in November last year.

However, at the time it was strictly a one-player affair.

Gamers could go up against movie character foes like Darth Vader and Kylo Res, with the movements of their lightsaber tracked in 3D space.

The Jedi Challenges system is one of the more affordable AR gaming platforms we’ve seen.

Christopher Hardy 2018-08-30
img

Can you feel the darkness bubbling up inside of you?

Then this could well be the augmented reality (AR) experience you need, as you step into Sith Lord, Kylo Ren's boots and grab his lightsaber.

This is the third major update of Lenovo's Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR experience, but instead of fighting to save the galaxy, and things have taken a darker turn in the Dark Side expansion.

In the new update you play Kylo Ren, and you'll face up against the likes of Rey and Yoda in epic lightsaber battles.

And of course, no lightsaber battle is compete without the right equipment, and we've got our hands on Lenovo's new controller, shaped like Ren's saber - complete with realistic red and blue wires, and an illuminated red tip to let everyone know you're a bad guy.

Lenovo's Kylo Ren lightsaber hands on gallery

Kyle Greathouse 2017-12-14
img

This week the folks behind Star Wars: Jedi Challenges – a Lenovo-made AR headset with lightsaber controller – are bringing The Last Jedi to augmented reality.

To use the app that’ll be updated, users will need to own the Star Wars Jedi Challenges AR headset and lightsaber package – that’s available from Lenovo or at Best Buy for right around $200 USD.

The update for The Last Jedi content will come just a bit later – January of 2018.

To begin, you’ll want to know what this headset and lightsaber business is all about.

I’ll direct you to our full review, but I’ll also give you a rundown here, first.

This headset works with projected images and your smartphone to create an augmented reality experience with Star Wars Content, and the lightsaber controller it rode in on.

Betty Gribble 2017-10-11
img

One of the biggest surprise reveals of IFA 2017 (for me at least) was Lenovo's Star Wars-themes AR headset, which lets you fight a real life lightsbaer battle against Kylo Ren.

It took some getting used to, but for the most part I found it to be an enjoyable experience.

Well now that headset is available to pre-order...

In the United Arab Emirates.

Yes, yes, being available in the UAE isn't the same as being available here, but if pre-orders have opened in one country they should be hitting the rest of the Star Wars-loving world fairly soon.

The headset is 1,199 AED, which is around £247.

William Franklin 2017-05-25
img

p Today we present the best look at Rey’s Lightsaber we currently have available – up close and personal with a nice set of photos.

These images come with a bit of confirmation of information passed down this week by the keeper of the canon for Star Wars: Pablo Hidalgo.

Before there’s any confusion when the first wave of The Last Jedi toys are released in stores – the name “Rey’s Lightsaber” is a simple re-naming of a lightsaber we already know very well.

As Hidalgo said this week with Vanity Fair, “In general, a lightsaber belongs to the person who constructed it.” This holds true for most of the lightsabers in Star Wars, save those that are held by, for example, General Grievous – as they’ve all been stolen and not necessarily passed on as they should be, or could be.

In The Force Awakens, Rey finds Luke’s Lightsaber in a curio box in Maz’s Castle.

Luke’s Lightsaber was once Anakin’s Lightsaber – also the lightsaber kept by Obi-Wan, taken by Obi-Wan from Anakin after their infamous battle by the lava on Mustafar.

John Feeney 2018-05-04
img

Lenovo is rolling out an update to its Stars Wars: Jedi Challenges title that introduces local multiplayer.

Lightsaber Versus Mode is a new feature that will see players battle their friends in AR lightsaber duels.

Both players will need a Lenovo Mirage AR Headset, Lightsaber controller and a tracking beacon, costing $199.

Lenovo and Disney are rolling out a new mode for their Star Wars: Jedi Challenges game that lets players face off against friends with AR lightsabers.

The mode, titled Lightsaber Versus Mode, is available now in the Jedi Challenges app on the Google Play Store and on iOS.

Lenovo revealed the new mode in a press release earlier today, stating that the one-versus-one battle component is “a first-of-its-kind.” This will allow players in the same room to see each other’s lightsaber and duel against each other.

Jennifer Ervin 2018-05-04
img

If you own one of the augmented reality lightsaber kits that Lenovo and Disney started selling last year, you can now have duels with your friends — as long as they have a kit, too.

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is getting a free update called “Lightsaber Versus Mode,” adding local multiplayer to the previously single-player game.

Versus Mode requires two of the $199 Lenovo Mirage AR systems: two phone-powered Mirage headsets; two lightsaber controllers; and two light-up tracking beacons, each set to a different color.

Players stand a few feet apart, like they might in a real duel, and the headsets project a lightsaber beam over each of their controllers.

The system doesn’t just let you hack away at your opponent; it procedurally generates a battle, using familiar elements from the single-player dueling mode.

In a single-player Jedi Challenges duel, the headset projects lines and arrows for blocking a blow with your lightsaber, avoiding a hit, and striking to stun your holographic opponent.

Bart King 2018-08-30
img

Lenovo promised regular updates for the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges augmented reality game, and it’s been delivering, with the latest being a Dark Side Expansion and a new lightsaber option.

The AR game uses a smartphone slotted into Lenovo’s Mirage headset, and wirelessly-connected weapons modeled after those in the hit movies.

When it launched in mid-2017, gameplay was single-player and there were a series of challenges ranging from virtual lightsaber battles through to taking over leadership of a tiny army.

Even then, though, you only had one lightsaber to actually work with.

Now, Lenovo is adding a second to the mixture.

Unveiled at IFA 2018 today, the Limited Edition Kylo Ren Lightsaber replicates the hand-constructed weapon wielded by the Dark Side character from the recent movies.

Rafael Beltrami 2017-11-01
img

If you ever need to fight your way out of a Sarlacc pit execution, then you're going to need a lightsaber.

Auction house Bonhams, in partnership with Turner Classic Movies, is putting a Luke Skywalker lightsaber from "Return of the Jedi" up for sale on Nov. 21 as part of a large collection of entertainment memorabilia.

The lightsaber played a key role in the scene where Luke, Han Solo and Chewbacca escape the toothy grasp of the alien beast inside the Sarlacc pit.

R2-D2 has Luke's weapon hidden inside his droid body and shoots it out for Luke to grab to aid in the daring fight for freedom.

The lightsaber in the auction was used for a close-up showing it in R2-D2's body.

The prop is crafted from metal, brass and rubber.

Michael Wadsworth 2019-11-08
img

In CNET sister site GameSpot's preview, Alessandro Fillari wrote that Jedi: Fallen Order "is taking the right lessons" from games such as Dark Souls, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice in terms of combat, with Metroid Prime-inspired exploration.

We saw Kashyyk as one of the final battlegrounds of the Clone Wars in Revenge of the Sith.

In the "thoughtful" combat sections stormtroopers, scout troopers and flame troopers are easily taken down with a lightsaber slash, but the heavily armored purge trooper takes a bit more damage and matches Cal's lightsaber with his vibrostaff.

He takes out a giant spider -- a Wyyyschokk -- with a few button taps and lightsaber swings.

However, it will have a few preorder bonus items: a fetching yellow skin for BD-1, an orange lightsaber blade option, lightsaber hilts from the Mygeeto and Umbaran campaigns, and a Gold Squadron skin for your ship, the Stinger Mantis.

Jedi: Fallen Order will also be the first game that EA releases on Steam, Valve's digital platform, since 2011.

Wayne Konwinski 2018-05-04
img

And the most iconic symbol of that universe is, of course, the lightsaber.

That’s how I ended up in possession of (my take on) Anakin Skywalker’s lightsaber:

My build features the Graflex CE with Obsidian Premium Sound and a Guardian Blue LED.

It lights up blue and plays various sounds when activated and waved around.

Nobody wants to see a 40 year-old technology reporter waving a lightsaber around, so here’s a teenager who was kind enough to help me out:

Basic configurations are as follows:

Sonja Clemmons 2021-05-04
img
Today Disney released a video of a mechanical real-world lightsaber that’ll appear in their Galactic Starcruiser experience. That’s the two-night vacation event at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida that’ll be opening in the year 2022. The lightsaber is real – real as far as your eyes are concerned, and real as you’ll see it in person at said resort … Continue reading