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Eurogamer Star Wars 1313 Preview: The Force Uncharted

Eurogamer:

George Lucas may have gone downhill as a director over the last three decades, but he's remained at the vanguard of special effects and high production values. Industrial Light & Magic, Lucasfilm, and Skywalker Sound are all among the best production companies in their respective fields and now they're all working together to lend their expertise to Star Wars 1313, the first mature-rated game from LucasArts.

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Emilio_Estevez2016d ago

I wish they would have shown a bit more for this.

Thatguy-3102016d ago

Just goes to show how Uncharted has had an influence in the gaming industry.

telekineticmantis2016d ago

I think this game looked awesome, a more grounded approach is the new trend in gaming aparently, even for the more extreme games, in the industry.

Getowned2016d ago

I was thinking I got an uncharted-Mass effect ish vibe from 1313, which is not a bad thing at all. I really want to know more! RPG system ? Multiplayer ? how long is the story ? replayability ?

"By downplaying the series' more magical - excuse me, midi-chlorian - elements, it runs the risk of seeming generic. The cover shooting and semi-automated platforming bear more than a passing resemblance to the Uncharted series, while the sci-fi setting would feel right at home in Mass Effect. "

I'm really not looking for this game to be anything new but just that its a good game will make me happy. The fact is we need a good starwars game and we havn't had one for a while (im not counting that mmo, I hate mmos). This was a good E3 for StarWars nerds like my self.

kevnb2016d ago (Edited 2016d ago )

Oh come on, while uncharted was awesome it was hardly original. It was like gears of war meets tomb raider. But like uncharted I'm sure it will feel like its own game.

telekineticmantis2016d ago

Sure it took concepts and systems like Metal Gear/Kill switch cover system, but it blends alot of systems well, as well as creates it's own. Created some MP systems also.

coolbeans2016d ago (Edited 2016d ago )

"George Lucas may have gone downhill as a director over the last three decades, but he's remained at the vanguard of special effects and high production values."

One of the roles a film director has is guiding the technical crew to help reach the artistic and dramatic effects he/she wishes to see. It seems like gaming journalists can't help but make at least one slant against Lucas whenever possible, regardless of whether it's legitimate or completely nonsensical.