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Submitted by Hellforged_Savant 480d ago | article

LucasArts Closed – Was It Really That Big Of A Loss?

Before we really get going on this subject let’s make a few things clear:

LucasArts being closed by Disney is something tragic. As is the potential loss of Star Wars 1313 (even if it was going to be about Boba Fett after all), First Assault and other titles. It has put a lot of talented people out of their jobs who deserve to be working on games. Because of this licences like Grim Fandango are even less likely to see any future instalments. This article is not questioning any of these things or trying to argue this is a good thing, what it’s asking is this: Was the LucasArts which was shut down the same one beloved by fans? (Dev, Industry, LucasArts)

Mathew9R   480d ago | Spam

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