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Submitted by Pozzle 495d ago | opinion piece

Star Wars: 10 Games We Want To See From EA

WC writes: Almost all Star Wars fans were on the verge of falling to the Dark Side when Disney announced that they were shutting down Lucasfilm’s video game division Lucasarts. And for a good reason. Apart from the odd blip here and there, Lucasarts did great work, gifting the world with such classics as Star Wars Episode 1 Racer and Knights Of The Old Republic. So naturally, the news that Disney was shutting it down went down about as well as the introduction of Jar Jar Binks.

But now things are looking up. EA has acquired the Star Wars games license and is using BioWare as one of the three studios that will be working on new Star Wars titles. So before the rumour mills start cranking out a load of Bantha poodoo about what EA is planning, here are ten Star Wars games we want to see hit the market (Culture, EA, Star Wars)

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