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Clone Wars Adventures Public Beta is Now Live

  Good news, Star Wars fans. The public beta for Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures has begun. Would-be Jedi need to head over to CloneWarsAdventures.com and click the large "BETA" button. From there, follow the steps and you'll be swinging away with your lightsaber in no time.  Clone Wars Adventures is a free-to-play MMO from Sony Online Entertainment based on the wildly popular Cartoon Network show The Clone Wars. The game will support itself by offering an optional subscription fee that will give customers bonus goods and micro-transactions.    Read More

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Clone Wars Adventures Debuting Soon

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