It was on theforce.net.
Though I didn't check the date.
I was so excited for this game...LAST YEAR! When it looked like a spring release I accepted it as something that sometimes happens in the video game industry. Then when it was pushed back to this summer, I just thought it was plain ridiculous. The figures will have been out for 3-4 months by that point. With nothing to back them up, sales of TFU stuff will suffer. Now if the game is indeed backed up to the first quarter of 2009, I'd have to say that I'm no longer excited about the game. I'll get it when it comes out, but I won't be clamoring for it as I once was.
That I know of it's an issue with having it ready for the three major platforms: XBox 360 (which it's supposedly ready for), Wii, which it's nearly ready for, and the PS3 (for which the developers are having the most trouble).
I say bring it out for which ever platforms it's ready for. Maybe Sony will take notice of this and work to make games more easily developed and transitioned to the Playstation 3 format.
Now that I have the EVO of the apprentice and the TFU wave, there isn't much to look forward to from the game with exception to the Rancor.
By the time the game comes out, there won't be any game related toys for the kiddies to scarf up. (Unless of course Hasbro rereleases them, which is a distinct possibility.) However that will keep collectors from buying as we more than likely will have bought these figures by then.
Hasbro should be PO'ed at whomever it is that is holding this up. They put a lot of effort into making a game specific wave. They probably recognized the lost potential from previous games for which they have as yet not released figures as well as the current success of game related figures, ie Darth Malak and Revan and the Republic Commandos. So they jumped at the opportunity to make TFU toys before the game came out to be ready for its release. Only to be slapped in the face with these continual set-backs to the release of the game itself.