Jedi Challenges, anyone?
We are getting closer to the 15th December release of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, and the rumors are up and flying. Will Skywalker become a villain? Is Snoke Anakin’s father? And what about the parentage of Rey? And yes, research at the University of Leicester has deduced that red lightsabers would be the weakest while purple would be the strongest.
In the midst of the hype, we have a set of the best Star Wars related goodies that you can gift someone or yourself. After all, Christmas is coming fast, so add these Star Wars – The Last Jedi goodies to your bucket list!
Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR Experience
Talk about lightsaber bliss. In many ways Augmenter Reality and the Star wars universe are perfect for one another. Lenovo and Siney worked together to bring the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges project to life, and as the first low-cost consumer head-mounted display for Augmented Reality, this is truly immersive fun. Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is an AR game that features fun and fast-paced lightsaber battles, strategic combat, and rounds of Holochess. Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, which retails at AED 1,199, includes a Lightsaber controller, Lenovo Mirage AR headset and a tracking beacon.
Lego Star Wars VIII First Order Star Destroyer 75190 Building Kit
Get right into the heat of action, and take on the Resistance full on. Enabling you to recreate your favorite battle scenes, this model features armor-like panels on the outside, transparent-element engine detailing at the back and 8 side-facing stud shooters. Open out the top panels to reveal the detailed interior, featuring a working elevator leading to Snoke’s command center. 5 minifigures are included in this $159 kit: Supreme Leader Snoke, a First Order Officer, First Order Stormtrooper Sergeant, First Order Stormtrooper and a First Order Shuttle Pilot, plus BB-9E and buildable Medical Droid figures. Oh, and there are 1,416 pieces in this one..
Nvidia Star Wars Titan XP graphics card
Yep, it’s the most powerful graphics card you could put in a PC. So why not go for the limited edition $1,200 Star Wars Titan XP? There’s the Galactic Empire version, which is all black and red and shiny, and there is the Jedi Order version, which comes in a brilliant white box. The Jedi oirder version evokes a Jedi lightsaber when installed, and comes with a Jedi Order medallion, no less.
Star Wars Makeup from Cargo Cosmetics
Don’t get the wrong idea, but you have to admit, a volumizing First Order mascaras and evening-glam Dark Side shades do merit a mention. They are even selling compact mirrors featuring watercolor portraits of Rey, Gen. Leia, Captain Phasma and BB-8.
This black-plated BB-series astromech droid in the service of the First Order can be controlled with your smart device. Tons of fun, and boast-worthy too. available at Virgin Megastore for AED 629