Heavier resource titles like Minecraft and Lego Star Wars both ran without any hiccups in full 1080p, and the touchscreen was the perfect way to bridge the gap between mobile and laptop gaming. Less graphically intensive games like Fruit Ninja and Cut the Rope also performed beautifully, while standard apps like Spotify and Pandora experienced few (if any) stutters during use.
Specifically, it's 25 min with the very basic and intense 10v10 game mode called Blast. This is a Rebels vs Imperials team deathmatch variant (first to 100 kills), and it's a recommended first stop for new and low level players. The maps/planets on show are, in order of appearance, Dune Sea Exchange (Tatooine), Imperial Station (Endor) and Rebel Base (Hoth). You can find 47 full-HD 1080p screenshots taken during the same session, along with some captions, below.
At first, the comics dipped a toe in with spin-offs and one-shots, a reference here and there. Take Star Wars #12, which was left to flesh out the Dameron family after The Rise of Skywalker turned Poe Dameron into a former drug smuggler. But with Star Wars: Darth Vader, Marvel has really taken the plunge. The rot starts with Darth Vader #5, with the introduction of Ochi of Bestoon, who spent most of The Rise of Skywalker as a corpse. By issue #11, Vader is bearing the full weight of The Rise of Skywalker like some bucket-headed, crispy-skinned Atlas.
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