New Force Unleashed II avatar items put Ewoks up for adoption on Xbox Live

Real Ewoks make filthy, uncontrollable pets – and that's before mating season. Thankfully, LucasArts is making a virtual alternative available as part of its new Star Wars Force Unleashed II Avatar offerings for Xbox Live. PlayStation Home users are sadly denied the lovable pet, but they still get a nice new wardrobe.

Starting tomorrow, players can expand their Star Wars closets with the following:

Xbox Live
Scout Trooper Armor (male/female)
Scout Trooper Helmet (male/female)
Rebel Trooper Endor Combat Fatigues (male/female)
Rebel Trooper Endor Combat Helmet (male/female)
Starkiller Jedi Hunter Costume (male)
Ewok Pet 

PlayStation Home
Scout Trooper Armor (male/female)
Scout Trooper Gloves (male/female)
Scout Trooper Helmet (male/female)
Scout Trooper Bundle (male/female)
Rebel Trooper Endor Combat Fatigues (male/female)
Rebel Trooper Endor Combat Gloves (male/female)
Rebel Trooper Endor Combat Helmet (male/female)
Rebel Trooper Endor Bundle (male/female)
Starkiller Jedi Hunter Costume (male)

Prices are unconfirmed, but considering you won't have to buy a new futon after every full moon, adopting a virtual Ewok instead of the real deal just makes financial sense. Now, about that Rancor...

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  • SausageLozenge - December 8, 2010 9:24 p.m.

  • Fiin - December 8, 2010 9:13 p.m.

    I think you may have just hit on a XBLA Kinect money maker there Vulneratus.. I would pay 400pts to have a Jar Jar Kinect punch up on tap..
  • Vulneratus - December 8, 2010 8:50 p.m.

    Hmmm... and so it begins... They might rebel and bring down Microsoft... Everyone knows evil empires are no match for costumed dwarfs/children with sticks and stones... Now a Jar Jar Binks punch-bag on the other hand... that would be useful
  • GamesRadarTylerWilde - December 8, 2010 7:55 p.m.

    I know of a few.
  • Z-man427 - December 8, 2010 7:49 p.m.

    People actually spend money on this stuff?

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