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Submitted by KrisK 484d ago | opinion piece

Star Wars In The Hands Of The Empire, But I’m Not Worried.

Kris discusses how a strong IP can influence video game popularity and if EA means something horrible for Star Wars fans. (Culture, Dice, EA, Industry, Lego Star Wars, LucasArts, Retro, Star Wars, Star Wars 1313, Star Wars Galaxies, Star Wars Republic Commando)

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gamerlive  +   484d ago
EA did a decent job with Lord of the Rings after failing miserably with Catwoman and Superman Returns and to a lesser degree with James Bond.
Wenis  +   484d ago
Lord of the Rings conquest was pretty terrible though..
creHEARTive  +   484d ago
Hopefully this leads to great games for a great franchise.
Evil_Ryu  +   484d ago
bioware star wars game...anyone?
CourierSix  +   483d ago
Hells yeah=)! KoTOR 3 maybe? Or a game set in the Golden Age of the Sith would be nice...
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