Submitted by DJZed 877d ago | article

A LucasArts Tribute: Fond Memories from a Former In-house Developer

GameDynamo - "I loved LucasArts. I got my start in the industry there. Many of my closest friends were made in the forge of those long hours working on Star Wars games. I can think of a thousand reasons why I'll miss LucasArts so much. I'll try to limit myself to just a handful here." (Culture, Industry, LucasArts)

sarabbc  +   877d ago
Sounds like it was a really fun place to work!
tieryas  +   876d ago
thanks sarabbc! it was
ilovepersona  +   877d ago
Good article. Grim Fandango and Full Throttle were amazing. Why didn't LucasArts make more adventure games?

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