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Submitted by dotarray 555d ago | opinion piece

Jimmy the Geek Speaks: Property of Disney

Jimmy the Geek writes: About a year ago, Disney aquired Lucasfilm. This was a good thing. Having aquired Marvel in the past and making one of last year’s biggest hit movies with it, it’s safe to assume these guys somewhat know what they’re doing. If we have some competent people at the helm, the inevitable new Star Wars movies (by far Lucasfilm’s most well known property) might actually repair some of the damage that has been done to that particular franchise. Naturally everyone is already panicking that Disney will “ruin” Star Wars, while lining up to see it on release day and forgetting the fact that the worst thing that COULD happen to Star Wars already has. However, Star Wars is just a slice of the Lucas Pie. I'd like to open up your mind to the other possibilities that are just, well, sitting there in the Lucas vault. (Culture, Final Fantasy VII, Full Throttle, Grim Fandango, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, Kingdom Hearts, Maniac Mansion, The Dig, The Secret of Monkey Island)

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