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Sony, Kojima, and other Devs Share Their Star Wars Hype

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Sony, Kojima, and other Devs Share Their Star Wars Hype

Not one was programming, not even a mouse.

It wasn’t just casual movie fans in attendance for the opening night of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but also plenty of important gaming industry leaders were celebrating as well.

With Star Wars: The Force Awakens predicted to earn around $250-275 this weekend, it’s no surprise everyone is hitting the theaters. Let’s take a look at what some of these famous industry leaders are doing for the movie.

DICE, the developers of the most recent Star Wars Battlefront, had their entire staff ready to watch the movie at a theater:

With their newest Warcraft movie having a trailer before the film starts, Blizzard also shared in on some of the fun:

Even Starcraft shared in the Star Wars fun, with an epic Psionic blade duel between some Protoss heroes:

The official Playstation Twitter account had some cheeky fun:

Not to be outdone, Xbox suggests you pause Star Wars Battlefront and check out the movie:

Speaking of Microsoft, looks like they got an awesome welcome. Larry Hyrb (aka Major Nelson) of Xbox has the perfect seat:

Nintendo UK shared this awesome Zelda fan-art paying tribute to the original Star Wars:

Even busy man Hideo Kojima seemed to be counting down the days until Force Awakens:

Disney Infinity’s newest Force Awakens play set arrives in stores this week as well:

2k Games had some fun with these Borderlands cosplayers:

Looks like DeeJ from Bungie is taking the right approach to watching the new Star Wars:

Adam Sessler, the president of TheoryHead, Inc and also a former producer and editor at Rev3Games and X-Play, seems to have loved the movie:

Did you have a great time seeing Star Wars: The Force Unleashed? Did any of your premiers rival these guys? What did you think about the movie? Let us know in the comments below, and as always: May the Force be with you.

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