Kinect Star Wars takes a stand for Civil Rights in the Empire

Jabba Pleasure Cruises presents...
Dancing Slave Girls!
The Last Daughter of Alderaan!
And The Execution of The Prisoners!

The deep wrongness begins at 3:41, and ups the ante at 4:41.

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11 Responses:

  1. John Bloom says:

    The Star Wars franchise: Striving to find bigger and bigger sharks to jump since 1978

  2. Lloyd says:

    Are you sure that's not a Beyonce video?

  3. Lun Esex says:

    I started watching that and couldn't figure out how it related to K'nex for the first 20 seconds or so...

    (There's Lego Star Wars toys, which led to Lego Star Wars video games. My brain jumped to "I didn't know they were making video games out of K'nex Star Wars toys, now. That CAN'T work out as well as the Lego Star Wars games. Let's watch it to find out..."

    So then I had to check to see if they ever licensed Star Wars for K'nex, which they didn't, anyway. K'nex licensed BattleTech, though, which I remembered. Considering there's Star Wars licensing in practically every other toy it's kind of surprising they never made Star Wars K'nex sets.)

  4. Ryan Finnie says:

    What the hell is wrong with Leia's face?

    Also, I didn't know they had Yolanda Be Cool a long time ago in a galaxy far far away.

  5. You need to start the video a few seconds before the slave girls scene so it's in the context of the whole gamehorror itself.

    NEED

  6. Lloyd says:

    Watched a bit more. How can a Twi'lek Jedi have avoided accidentally sabering off her own lekku? By using the Force? Is that why Twi'leks were such poor Jedi - because most of the time they were concentrating on the telekinetic equivalent of hairspray, with little left over for combat?

  7. skreidle says:

    Why yes, Leia's crotch is *AWESOME!*

  8. This looks like a bunch of crappy minigames with Star Wars wallpaper. That dancing game actually looks better than that pod racing game.

    That Rancor Rampage game looks like it could be fun, although I'm sure it's super frustrating to play with the stupid gestures.