‘Star Wars: The Old Republic’ loses 400,000 subscribers

The Force is, well, a little tepid with Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Electronic Arts’ much ballyhooed massively-multiplayer game set in George Lucas’s celebrated universe is bleeding customers, losing some 400,000 in the fourth quarter — a number much worse than anyone was expecting.

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‘Star Wars: The Old Republic’ sets voice over record

The Force is strong with this one. And chatty.

Already a hit with fans and critics, EA’s new massively-multiplayer game Star Wars: The Old Republic has been awarded a Guinness World Record for being the Largest Entertainment Voice Over Project ever. Apparently those Jedi and Sith were a gabby bunch.

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EA launches Star Wars: The Old Republic

When the clocks strike midnight, the rush will be on into EA’s newest massively multiplayer online game – and the only title around that has any chance of giving “World of Warcraft” any sort of competition.

“Star Wars: The Old Republic,” made by the company’s Bioware Studios in conjunction with LucasArts lets players explore the rich universe 3,500 years before the Star Wars films occur in the timeline.

Read more at Variety’s Technotainment blog