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Where the hell does Star Wars go now?

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This newsletter gives you one big recommendation every week that stands out from the others. recommended this week Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, a Marvel movie that sets itself apart from its competitors thanks to the vision of director Sam Raimi. And to be honest, that’s all we have to say about the current movie beyond the spoiler-free review. Because God knows we’re not responsible for messing with the latest in the MCU over the opening weekend.

Instead, we would like to use this space to discuss questions and, more importantly, what they mean for the world of entertainment. The question is: What does Baby Yoda smell like?

This isn’t a question we expected 10 years ago, before Disney bought Lucasfilm, revived the Star Wars movie and TV production line, and then went into full operation. It’s not that George Lucas evaluated the commercialization of his galaxy far, far away. Rather, this galaxy was a bit messy and dusty, like an attic full of things you promised to eventually clean up.

Now Star Wars is squeaky clean, meticulously planned, and completely inevitable. Gone are the days when hardcore fans debated the expanded world of books. Now we’re filling Reddit with theories that will be proven or exposed in next week’s episodes, games this fall, or movies for years to come. Star Wars rose to the top of pop culture so confidently and quickly. So it doesn’t seem all that strange to wonder about the smell of “Baby Yoda” (two words that didn’t go together a few years ago). ).

With that in mind, this week we wrote three stories about the state of Star Wars and what’s next.

  • The future of Star Wars is Gundam
  • Star Wars Needs Moral Ambiguity
  • Star Wars needs a lot more new characters than endlessly recycled ones.

Is the future of Star Wars going this way? When will we know more? Obi-Wan First broadcast at the end of this month. For now, there is a new trailer. It looks promising, just as everything looks promising for Benny Safdie. In the meantime, why not play 13 of the best Star Wars games you can get on sale on May 4 this year? They’re almost certainly a better use of your money than the strange stench of the grogu.


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Villain Legacy 2 | Polygon Picks | After nearly two years in early access, Villain Legacy 2 A worthy sequel to the popular Roguelite. Available for Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Windows PC.

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Where the hell does Star Wars go now?

Image: Lucasfilm/20th Century Fox
Polygon’s Patch Notes is a weekly newsletter that tells you about the best stuff to watch, play, and read. Let our band of editorial experts simplify your plans — subscribe here!
Each week, this newsletter delivers one big recommendation that stands above the rest. This week, our recommendation is Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, a Marvel movie that stands apart from its peers thanks to the vision of director Sam Raimi. And honestly, that’s all we currently have to say about the film beyond our spoiler-free review, because heaven knows we won’t be responsible for spoiling the latest entry in the MCU on the weekend of its release.
So instead, we’d like to use this space to discuss a question, and more importantly, what the question means for the world of entertainment. That question is: What does Baby Yoda smell like?
This isn’t a question we expected to ask a decade ago, before Disney acquired Lucasfilm and resuscitated the Star Wars film and TV production line, then ramped it up into overdrive. It’s not that George Lucas was precious about the commodification of his galaxy far, far away. Rather, that galaxy had gotten a bit messy and dusty, like an attic full of stuff you promise to clean up eventually.
Now, Star Wars is sparkling clean, meticulously planned, and utterly inescapable. Gone are the days when hardcore fans debated the Expanded Universe of books; now we fill Reddit with theories that will be proven or debunked in next week’s episode, a game this fall, or a movie in the coming years. Star Wars has climbed back to the top of the pop culture mountain so confidently and quickly that wondering about the smell of “Baby Yoda” (two words that didn’t go together a few years ago) doesn’t seem all that strange.
With all of this in mind, this week we penned three stories on the state of Star Wars and where it goes from here:
The future of Star Wars is Gundam
Star Wars needs moral ambiguity
Star Wars needs its new characters so much more than its endlessly recycled ones
Will the future of Star Wars move in these directions? We’ll know more when Obi-Wan premieres later this month. For now, we have a new trailer. It looks promising in the way that anything starring Benny Safdie looks promising. In the meantime, why not play the 13 best Star Wars games you can grab in this year’s May the 4th sales? They’re almost certainly a better use of your money than the peculiar stink of Grogu.
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Photo: Marni Grossman/Paramount Plus
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Heartstopper understands the bisexual panic of watching Pirates of Caribbean | Sometimes a headline says it all.
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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in theaters | Read our spoiler-free review of Sam Raimi’s return to the superhero-industrial complex!
Belle on digital rental platforms like Amazon and Vudu | The director of anime hits like Mirai and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time has made a breathtaking and befuddling spin on Beauty and the Beast. Curious? Read our review.
Lux Æterna in theaters | Controversial director Gaspar Noé is at it again.
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Plus, everything new to streaming!
Five games to play

Image: Toukana Interactive
Before we get into the list, let us just say: what a week for video games! This may be the first time we’ve awarded four games our Recommends badge in the same week. And we thought this would be the slow season!
Dorfromantik | Polygon Recommends | Imagine Catan minus all of the stress. Available on Windows PC
Rogue Legacy 2 | Polygon Recommends | After nearly two years in early access, Rogue Legacy 2 is a worthy sequel to a beloved roguelite. Available on on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Windows PC.
Citizen Sleeper | Polygon Recommends | “The game’s greatest strength (and also its most infuriating choice) is to untether me from concrete objectives and let me exist without a reason.” Available on Windows PC, Mac, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch.
Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters | Polygon Recommends | XCOM always needed more giant space hammers. Available on Windows PC
The 25 best games on Xbox Game Pass | We added new treasures to our rolling list.
Free game of the week

Image: Two Star Games
No-Snake Hotel | Reader, there is a snake and it is terrifying. The game is short and free and streamable if you’d rather watch someone else play, so let’s leave the details at that. Available on itch.io.
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Where the hell does Star Wars go now?

Image: Lucasfilm/20th Century Fox
Polygon’s Patch Notes is a weekly newsletter that tells you about the best stuff to watch, play, and read. Let our band of editorial experts simplify your plans — subscribe here!
Each week, this newsletter delivers one big recommendation that stands above the rest. This week, our recommendation is Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, a Marvel movie that stands apart from its peers thanks to the vision of director Sam Raimi. And honestly, that’s all we currently have to say about the film beyond our spoiler-free review, because heaven knows we won’t be responsible for spoiling the latest entry in the MCU on the weekend of its release.
So instead, we’d like to use this space to discuss a question, and more importantly, what the question means for the world of entertainment. That question is: What does Baby Yoda smell like?
This isn’t a question we expected to ask a decade ago, before Disney acquired Lucasfilm and resuscitated the Star Wars film and TV production line, then ramped it up into overdrive. It’s not that George Lucas was precious about the commodification of his galaxy far, far away. Rather, that galaxy had gotten a bit messy and dusty, like an attic full of stuff you promise to clean up eventually.
Now, Star Wars is sparkling clean, meticulously planned, and utterly inescapable. Gone are the days when hardcore fans debated the Expanded Universe of books; now we fill Reddit with theories that will be proven or debunked in next week’s episode, a game this fall, or a movie in the coming years. Star Wars has climbed back to the top of the pop culture mountain so confidently and quickly that wondering about the smell of “Baby Yoda” (two words that didn’t go together a few years ago) doesn’t seem all that strange.
With all of this in mind, this week we penned three stories on the state of Star Wars and where it goes from here:
The future of Star Wars is Gundam
Star Wars needs moral ambiguity
Star Wars needs its new characters so much more than its endlessly recycled ones
Will the future of Star Wars move in these directions? We’ll know more when Obi-Wan premieres later this month. For now, we have a new trailer. It looks promising in the way that anything starring Benny Safdie looks promising. In the meantime, why not play the 13 best Star Wars games you can grab in this year’s May the 4th sales? They’re almost certainly a better use of your money than the peculiar stink of Grogu.
Patch Notes
Polygon’s newsletter will make your weekend fun and relaxing! New issues launch every Friday evening.
Click to subscribe

This week on YouTube | How Call of Duty turned war into a circus | “Call of Duty was created by developers who worked on Medal of Honor, a World War II game modeled after Steven Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan. The film is brutal, unflinching, and a little bit romantic. But Call of Duty would grow into something much weirder, much bigger, and much more perverse than anyone could have known. It’s part of a military apparatus selling war to the public. And it’s fun.”
Five stories to read

Photo: Marni Grossman/Paramount Plus
After 50 years, Captain Pike got the Star Trek show he deserves | It took more than half a century, but Strange New Worlds delivers on the promise of a proper Pike spinoff.
The first trailer for the Game of Thrones spinoff looks quite promising | Can HBO rekindle the flame that got extinguished by the original series’ finale? The trailer suggests that just might happen!
The Owl House is proving itself to be too good for Disney | “Even with Disney’s meddling, The Owl House is flipping brilliant.”
Everyday Heroes uses the rules of D&D to roll up Rambo, Highlander, The Crow, and more | They had us at “Rambo D&D.”
Heartstopper understands the bisexual panic of watching Pirates of Caribbean | Sometimes a headline says it all.
Four things to watch

Image: Marvel Studios
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in theaters | Read our spoiler-free review of Sam Raimi’s return to the superhero-industrial complex!
Belle on digital rental platforms like Amazon and Vudu | The director of anime hits like Mirai and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time has made a breathtaking and befuddling spin on Beauty and the Beast. Curious? Read our review.
Lux Æterna in theaters | Controversial director Gaspar Noé is at it again.
13 great movies new to streaming in May | Seriously, you no longer have an excuse to skip the Wachowskis’ underrated gem, Bound.
Plus, everything new to streaming!
Five games to play

Image: Toukana Interactive
Before we get into the list, let us just say: what a week for video games! This may be the first time we’ve awarded four games our Recommends badge in the same week. And we thought this would be the slow season!
Dorfromantik | Polygon Recommends | Imagine Catan minus all of the stress. Available on Windows PC
Rogue Legacy 2 | Polygon Recommends | After nearly two years in early access, Rogue Legacy 2 is a worthy sequel to a beloved roguelite. Available on on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Windows PC.
Citizen Sleeper | Polygon Recommends | “The game’s greatest strength (and also its most infuriating choice) is to untether me from concrete objectives and let me exist without a reason.” Available on Windows PC, Mac, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch.
Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters | Polygon Recommends | XCOM always needed more giant space hammers. Available on Windows PC
The 25 best games on Xbox Game Pass | We added new treasures to our rolling list.
Free game of the week

Image: Two Star Games
No-Snake Hotel | Reader, there is a snake and it is terrifying. The game is short and free and streamable if you’d rather watch someone else play, so let’s leave the details at that. Available on itch.io.
The best of the rest

Image: Valve/Arkane Studios via Noclip

Second life: Watch an hour of the canceled Half-Life 2 spinoff Ravenholm

High-res: How to describe Coke Zero’s new “pixel” flavor

UHF: Daniel Radcliffe looks shredded in the Weird Al biopic trailer

Not for kids: Please don’t play Elden Ring with a Fisher-Price controller

Afropunk sci-fi musical: Watch the trailer for Saul Williams’ new film, Neptune Frost

Charmed: Halo Infinite’s new season adds Clippy from Microsoft Office

Ear worms: New DC comic has Riddler committing his most heinous crime yet: starting a podcast

Patch Notes
Polygon’s newsletter will make your weekend fun and relaxing! New issues launch every Friday evening.
Click to subscribe

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