Thursday, June 2, 2011
LucasArts Bites Bullet, Decides To Start Making Quality Video Games
LucasArts boss and Dark Lord of the Sith Paul Meegan announced today that the video game company has decided to "go for broke and deliver some actual quality titles."
"We want to start creating games that are immersive, high-quality and playable," Mr. Meegan explains, "which until now were just words we used...”
After the failure of such titles such as "The Force Unleashed", "The Force Unleashed II", "Unleashing The Force", "Yoda: Unleash The Force You Must", and "Fracture", the game company founded by George Lucas hopes to develop titles that will not be showing up in the half-price bin at GameStop shortly after their releases.
Expect some very impressive Star Wars titles, no more rehashes of LucasArts classics, and the most controversial project - a good Indiana Jones game...
In related news, after the success of their franchise, George Lucas has tapped LEGO to develop the next several movies in the Star Wars series...