The recently-released Kinect Star Wars game has caused a disrupting in the Force, thanks to its now-infamous dancing mini-game. To refuel the calories burned by LucasArts' controller-free mini-game experience, they've teamed up with 7-Eleven and Lipton for a unique promo that unlocks new content in the game.
If you already own the game, you'll want to head to 7-Eleven. The convenience chain is exclusively offering specially-marked 1-litter bottles of Brisk iced tea. These limited edition bottles are wrapped with a QR code that can be scanned to unlock Anakin's podracer for use in the game. You'll then be able to relieve The Phantom Menace--without using a controller! Full instructions on how to use the code can be found here.
Shacknews' own Ozzie Meija recently reviewed the game, calling the experience "about as much fun as being Force choked by Darth Vader."