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Submitted by Donnieboi 428d ago | opinion piece

EA, The Death or The Rebirth of The Star Wars Videogame Franchise?

A little over a month after Disney decided to shut down LucasArts studio, Ea announced earlier today, that they had become the exclusive publisher for the Star Wars game franchise. This news came after the two annual holidays that Star Wars fans celebrate, The May the fourth be with you, and revenge of the 5th days. For the last month fans of the Star Wars franchise have been left to wonder if they may ever play another Star Wars videogame or if the franchise would got out the way of old yeller, put down in the pasture. With the acquisition of Star Wars game Franchise, fans can put their minds to rest. (Culture, Disney, EA, Industry, Star Wars)

TheLyonKing  +   429d ago
I think its a mixed bag, EA might produce a good game but then disney have the final word and there games have definitely not been up to scratch lately.

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