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Submitted by BenjamazingUK 383d ago | article

A Lifetime With LucasArts: Gone But Not Forgotten

Ben takes a very personal look back on a lifetime spent growing up with LucasArts point and click adventures and how the closure of the studio will effect him and the genre. (Culture, Industry, LucasArts)

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