The visionary behind Star Wars, George Lucas, is still very much involved in every aspect of his baby, including the video games.
Wow so he pretty much just said he doesn't know but Lucas is probably involved...
they can never be sure because Lucas is always there... lurking in the shadows... laughing maniacly...and counting his wads of money...
Just don't let him write and don't fall for his idea of adding a midichlorian measuring device into the game.
Easily the worst idea in all of Star Wars.
Arguably though, amongst all the bad concepts he introduced with the prequels, he also brought along a lot of cool things. Namely Coruscant, the Jedi Council, and the Republic. It may seem small, but he basically created room for twenty five millennia worth of potential historical events to be envisioned. He created a history for the Jedi. Without the prequels, there would never have been a Galactic Republic. Without the Galactic Republic, there would never have been an old Republic. Without an old Republic, there would have never been Star Wars KOTOR. For that, I thank him profusely.
I agree Midichlorians are a bad idea, but there is a far worse idea, my friend. JAR JAR BINKS
Lots of Bioware articles today, I notice.
I am hoping the answer is... 'No involvement...at all'
Let's hope it's minimal!
I hope Lucas will tie in the story of the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull--you know, kind of as a prequel to Star Wars Episode I. And somehow tie in Shia Lebeouf...perhaps the forefather of Yoda?
This is my #1 most anticipated game right now, which sucks because it is probably a long way off.
they should have a gungan character class with all the hilarious ad libs from the movie that would make things like the bounty hunter and smuggler classes seem stupid *sarcasm*
We should be thanking George Lucas for what he has done. One or two missteps in the Star Wars Universe and everyone is bashing him. He came up with the whole thing. If it wasn't for George Lucas there would be no game.
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