This STAR WARS Video Game Costs $100,000

     May 27, 2015

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Anything and everything Star Wars is, understandably, all the rage at the moment, but a new Star Wars product is about to hit the market that is…limited in its reach. Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc. is poised to release a home version of the arcade game Star Wars: Battle Pod, which is an aerial battle game featuring a fully immersive Dome Screen where players pilot famous star fighters from the films.

If that’s a home version of the arcade game isn’t enough, Bandai Namco Entertainment is also offering a “Premium Edition” of the game, which will be made to order and equipped with leather seats, with two different designs of your choosing: Rebel Alliance or Darth Vader.

So how much will these games cost you? The home version of Star Wars: Battle Pod has an MSRP of $35,000, while the Premium Edition will run a cool $100,000. It’s a great investment if by investment you mean “pissing away your money”. What else are you gonna do with $35,000? Donate to cancer research? Fund a shelter? No, that money should be spent buying video games.

Check out a video of the gameplay below. The Battle Pods will be available to order beginning June 18th. For more info visit the official website.


Star Wars:™ Battle Pod™ is an arcade aerial battle game featuring a fully immersive Dome Screen where players pilot famous star fighters from the movies taking them into the Star Wars™ universe. This is the first fully immersive Star Wars experience that puts players in the pilot seat of some of the most iconic battle scenes from the famed movie franchise.

 

Star Wars: Battle Pod includes five stages inspired by the original Star Wars movies (episodes 4-6) that will delight any Star Wars fan. Players will experience iconic moments from the movies in the Battle Pod which is packed with features that enable players to feel the speed of flight, the impact of explosions, and truly experience the destruction taking place around them.

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Image via Lucasfilm

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