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  • ktanner3ktanner3 lakeland, FLPosts: 4,074Member
     Disney will continue to whore out the franchise like LucasArts did. If anything I hope they slow the making of games down. There's been a crap load of Star Wars games the last ten years and most have been mediocre to bad. Very few(KOTOR,Battlfront) have been above average. 

    Currently Playing: Star Wars The Old Republic

  • BadOrbBadOrb ManchesterPosts: 791Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by ktanner3
     Disney will continue to whore out the franchise like LucasArts did. If anything I hope they slow the making of games down. There's been a crap load of Star Wars games the last ten years and most have been mediocre to bad. Very few(KOTOR,Battlfront) have been above average. 

    Podracer on the N64 was it ? and The GC game on day one was pretty cool. I agree though battlefront 1 and 2 where amazing :). Hang on the hoth reinactments of ESB where superb on N64 and GC. Mind you not sure which where pure LA games.

    Shame though , bye LucasArts we will miss you.

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  • HazelleHazelle Brampton, ONPosts: 760Member
    Originally posted by FromHell

    yeah, they like to shut down the great games and game studios and keep the turds alive.

     

    Good bye Star Wars Galaxies and 1313, nice knowing you.

     

    Also RIP :

    Maniac Mansion

    Zak McKraken

    X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter

    Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

    Monkey Island

    ...

     

    look at the bright side, we still have The Old Republic and Cartel Packs

    Huh?

    1) The talent that made those games moved on a long time ago.

    2) Some of the games you've listed above were developed by another studio that had the licence and not Lucas Arts.

    3)  The talent that left Lucas Arts in point 1 above formed their own studios and if they don't already have the licence to those games, they'll now be able to get it.  Would you really be upset if Tell Tale Games got the maniac mansion licence?

    4) As pointed out already SWG is dead.

    5) Before you say goodbye understand that 1313 is for sale.

  • IsawaIsawa Middle 0 Nowhere, ORPosts: 1,051Member
    Originally posted by jtcgs
    Need to make one before you can stop.

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    Originally posted by Eir_S
    I never even heard about 1313.. was it in mid-development?

     

     

  • SorninSornin Richmond, BCPosts: 1,133Member
    I am quite sad to hear LucasArts is closing. I am not a massive fan of Star Wars, but the games they made were amazing. Shadows of the Empire will always be near and dear to my heart.

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  • ElRenmazuoElRenmazuo Alexandria, VAPosts: 4,546Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Eir_S
    I never even heard about 1313.. was it in mid-development?


  • RexNebularRexNebular BialystokPosts: 259Member
    Originally posted by tkreep
    Originally posted by Eir_S
    I never even heard about 1313.. was it in mid-development?


    Nice target render. I wonder what the actual game looked like. (edit: Christofer Sundberg from Avalanche tweeted LA employees told him they needed two more years to complete the game so I guess that answers that.)

    Anyway, they already said there's no interest among the developers to finish the game.

    Margins are so small with licensed properties that only some mad or absolutely desperate developer/publisher would agree to work on an AAA Star Wars game.

  • DoogiehowserDoogiehowser ParisPosts: 1,873Member
    Originally posted by ktanner3
    Originally posted by FromHell
    Originally posted by ktanner3
    Originally posted by BradD77
    Originally posted by FromHell

    yeah, they like to shut down the great games and game studios and keep the turds alive.

     

    Good bye Star Wars Galaxies and 1313, nice knowing you.

     

    for your info, Star Wars Galaxies has been dead for number of years now

    No kidding.It's too late to say goodbye after the corpse has already been buried and worms picking at it. 

    I wonder how this "buried corpse" SWG still eats SWTOR for breakfast.

    Because you're still dreaming. 

    Maybe SWG has an immortal soul and will always live on, unlike dozens of run off the mill wowclones

    Yes, it will be like the fanbase of the grateful dead. You'll still see a dead head every now and then but the rest of us who aren't stoned realize that it hasn't been relevant in years. 

     

    Lol...that was hilarious reply. 

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  • Eir_SEir_S Argyle, NYPosts: 4,623Member
    Originally posted by Sornin
    I am quite sad to hear LucasArts is closing. I am not a massive fan of Star Wars, but the games they made were amazing. Shadows of the Empire will always be near and dear to my heart.

    For the N64?  Yeah, I remember renting that one.  It was hard as balls because the controls were terrible, but it was cool.

    Ah, I see the reason people might be disappointed about 1313.  I'm not sure I got a "Star Wars" vibe from the video (no Jedi or anything), but it looks really good.  I always liked the "blaster and body armor" half of Star Wars better anyway.  I loved my trooper in SWTOR.

  • TeknoBugTeknoBug Calgary, ABPosts: 2,156Member

    You can bet your funny bones that this will affect existing SW games, who knows what will happen siwht SWTOR- maybe the contract will get cut short, maybe they'll want some changes, etc.

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  • GaborikGaborik Roseville, MNPosts: 251Member
    Originally posted by noncley

    http://www.avclub.com/articles/disney-shuts-down-lucasarts-ending-its-video-game,96052/   Disney shuts down LucasArts, ending its video game production forever

     

    This Post Should Either Be Deleted Or Re-Named. Nothing About This Article Has Anything To Do With Swtor. A Matter Of Fact I Remember Other Failed Attemped At Trolling Post ThAt Was Along The Lines Of " Lucus Arts Has Removed Their Name From Swtor". The Stretch These People Continue To Go Just To Bash A Video Game Is A Joke.
  • superniceguysuperniceguy AnchorheadPosts: 2,278Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by tkreep
    Originally posted by FromHell

    yeah, they like to shut down the great games and game studios and keep the turds alive.

     

    Good bye Star Wars Galaxies and 1313, nice knowing you.

     

    Also RIP :

    Maniac Mansion

    Zak McKraken

    X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter

    Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

    Monkey Island

    ...

     

    look at the bright side, we still have The Old Republic and Cartel Packs

    They said 1313 will be given to another developer to finish it.  Star Wars in general will come back with a bang in disneys hands and JJ Abrams is a great director imo made a lot of good stuff like Lost.

    According to a source close to Kotaku, 150 people were laid off, and both of the studio's current projects - Star Wars: First Assault and Star Wars 1313 have been cancelled.

    Lost is always the one that is compared to but none of the others like Frnge, Alcatraz, Persons of Interest, Revolution. Alias never get a mention.

    Stephen J Cannell and Glen A Larsen were my favourites

  • tiefighter25tiefighter25 Winchester, MAPosts: 937Member

    The relevance of Disney shuttering LA and its 2 projects in relation to SWTOR is that Disney is obviously aggresively rebranding the Star Wars franchise it has purchased. (SW 1313 had a lot of money already poured into it, and it is not known if anyone will pick up its development.)

    Whether or not this directly affects SWTOR remains to be seen. Regardless of licesnse status, a curious question is that LA did have several people whose responsibilty was to approve or dissaprove new SWTOR content as to whether or not it was acceptable in the SW EU canon. We don't know if those people still have jobs and what if any impact that has on new SWTOR content. (Will it be delayed, do they have more wiggle room at Bioware in regard to canon?)

    When the SWTOR title screen comes up, LA is one of the 3 names.  Since SWTOR launched there have been big changes at Bioware, EA, and now LA. It doesn't seem off topic ,to me, to wonder how this will affect SWTOR when so many big rocks are being thrown in the pond. How  those ripples will possibly affect SWTOR seems relevant to discussion.

  • GaborikGaborik Roseville, MNPosts: 251Member
    Originally posted by tiefighter25

    The relevance of Disney shuttering LA and its 2 projects in relation to SWTOR is that Disney is obviously aggresively rebranding the Star Wars franchise it has purchased. (SW 1313 had a lot of money already poured into it, and it is not known if anyone will pick up its development.)

    Whether or not this directly affects SWTOR remains to be seen. Regardless of licesnse status, a curious question is that LA did have several people whose responsibilty was to approve or dissaprove new SWTOR content as to whether or not it was acceptable in the SW EU canon. We don't know if those people still have jobs and what if any impact that has on new SWTOR content. (Will it be delayed, do they have more wiggle room at Bioware in regard to canon?)

    When the SWTOR title screen comes up, LA is one of the 3 names.  Since SWTOR launched there have been big changes at Bioware, EA, and now LA. It doesn't seem off topic ,to me, to wonder how this will affect SWTOR when so many big rocks are being thrown in the pond. How  those ripples will possibly affect SWTOR seems relevant to discussion.

    I am sorry this long winded stretch of an explanation as to why this article has anything to do with SWTOR is weak at best.  Its just an attempt by you to continue your 2 yr bash fest of a video game.  The more conspiracies the better for some folks i guess.  

     

     

  • FromHellFromHell NY, NYPosts: 1,311Member
    Originally posted by Doogiehowser
    Originally posted by ktanner3
    Originally posted by FromHell
    Originally posted by ktanner3
    Originally posted by BradD77
    Originally posted by FromHell

    yeah, they like to shut down the great games and game studios and keep the turds alive.

     

    Good bye Star Wars Galaxies and 1313, nice knowing you.

     

    for your info, Star Wars Galaxies has been dead for number of years now

    No kidding.It's too late to say goodbye after the corpse has already been buried and worms picking at it. 

    I wonder how this "buried corpse" SWG still eats SWTOR for breakfast.

    Because you're still dreaming. 

    Maybe SWG has an immortal soul and will always live on, unlike dozens of run off the mill wowclones

    Yes, it will be like the fanbase of the grateful dead. You'll still see a dead head every now and then but the rest of us who aren't stoned realize that it hasn't been relevant in years. 

     

    Lol...that was hilarious reply. 

    nope, just dumb and not making any sense.

    the scope, size and feature list of SWG crushes SWTOR like a rusty beer can, and it's even more fun because SWG is ten years older. This is the most noteworthy accomplishment of this dead game. Beating a 200 million dollar successor in all aspects except voiceovers.

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  • ktanner3ktanner3 lakeland, FLPosts: 4,074Member
    Originally posted by FromHell
    Originally posted by Doogiehowser
    Originally posted by ktanner3
    Originally posted by FromHell
    Originally posted by ktanner3
    Originally posted by BradD77
    Originally posted by FromHell

    yeah, they like to shut down the great games and game studios and keep the turds alive.

     

    Good bye Star Wars Galaxies and 1313, nice knowing you.

     

    for your info, Star Wars Galaxies has been dead for number of years now

    No kidding.It's too late to say goodbye after the corpse has already been buried and worms picking at it. 

    I wonder how this "buried corpse" SWG still eats SWTOR for breakfast.

    Because you're still dreaming. 

    Maybe SWG has an immortal soul and will always live on, unlike dozens of run off the mill wowclones

    Yes, it will be like the fanbase of the grateful dead. You'll still see a dead head every now and then but the rest of us who aren't stoned realize that it hasn't been relevant in years. 

     

    Lol...that was hilarious reply. 

    nope, just dumb and not making any sense.

    Makes perfect sense. If you knew anything about music history you would see the similiarities. 

    the scope, size and feature list of SWG crushes SWTOR like a rusty beer can, and it's even more fun because SWG is ten years older. This is the most noteworthy accomplishment of this dead game. Beating a 200 million dollar successor in all aspects except voiceovers.

    And yet you play the game too. It can't be all that bad then.

    Currently Playing: Star Wars The Old Republic

  • tiefighter25tiefighter25 Winchester, MAPosts: 937Member
    Originally posted by Gaborik
    Originally posted by tiefighter25

    The relevance of Disney shuttering LA and its 2 projects in relation to SWTOR is that Disney is obviously aggresively rebranding the Star Wars franchise it has purchased. (SW 1313 had a lot of money already poured into it, and it is not known if anyone will pick up its development.)

    Whether or not this directly affects SWTOR remains to be seen. Regardless of licesnse status, a curious question is that LA did have several people whose responsibilty was to approve or dissaprove new SWTOR content as to whether or not it was acceptable in the SW EU canon. We don't know if those people still have jobs and what if any impact that has on new SWTOR content. (Will it be delayed, do they have more wiggle room at Bioware in regard to canon?)

    When the SWTOR title screen comes up, LA is one of the 3 names.  Since SWTOR launched there have been big changes at Bioware, EA, and now LA. It doesn't seem off topic ,to me, to wonder how this will affect SWTOR when so many big rocks are being thrown in the pond. How  those ripples will possibly affect SWTOR seems relevant to discussion.

    I am sorry this long winded stretch of an explanation as to why this article has anything to do with SWTOR is weak at best.  Its just an attempt by you to continue your 2 yr bash fest of a video game.  The more conspiracies the better for some folks i guess.  

     

     

    How I've been bashing on a a game for 2 years, but have been a memeber for less then a year, I'm not sure.

    If you bothered to read my long winded explanation, you would have noticed I pointed out that this change at LA might make life easier for Bioware.

    There have been major changes at LA, which may affect SWTOR; it's a pretty hot topic on the SWTOR official forums as well.

    Besides telling the OP what he can't make a thread about, or telling the moderators how to do their jobs, or telling me how or what I can comment on, do you have anything to add to the discussion?

  • NikopolNikopol The ZonePosts: 626Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by FromHell

    ....

    Good bye Star Wars Galaxies and 1313, nice knowing you.

     

    Also RIP :

    Maniac Mansion

    Zak McKraken

    X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter

    Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

    Monkey Island

     

    .....

     

    Not to forget stuff like Sam & Max, Dark Forces, Outlaws, The Dig, Grim Fandango, Full Throttle...

    LucasArts used to make such great games: For a while it was almost like they couldn't help but make classics, anything they churned out was pure gold. Without them I might not have been the gaming fan I am to this day.

    Of course, then came the 2000s. :)

     

  • GaborikGaborik Roseville, MNPosts: 251Member
    Originally posted by tiefighter25

    Originally posted by Gaborik
    Originally posted by tiefighter25
    The relevance of Disney shuttering LA and its 2 projects in relation to SWTOR is that Disney is obviously aggresively rebranding the Star Wars franchise it has purchased. (SW 1313 had a lot of money already poured into it, and it is not known if anyone will pick up its development.) Whether or not this directly affects SWTOR remains to be seen. Regardless of licesnse status, a curious question is that LA did have several people whose responsibilty was to approve or dissaprove new SWTOR content as to whether or not it was acceptable in the SW EU canon. We don't know if those people still have jobs and what if any impact that has on new SWTOR content. (Will it be delayed, do they have more wiggle room at Bioware in regard to canon?) When the SWTOR title screen comes up, LA is one of the 3 names.  Since SWTOR launched there have been big changes at Bioware, EA, and now LA. It doesn't seem off topic ,to me, to wonder how this will affect SWTOR when so many big rocks are being thrown in the pond. How  those ripples will possibly affect SWTOR seems relevant to discussion.

    I am sorry this long winded stretch of an explanation as to why this article has anything to do with SWTOR is weak at best.  Its just an attempt by you to continue your 2 yr bash fest of a video game.  The more conspiracies the better for some folks i guess.  

     

     

    How I've been bashing on a a game for 2 years, but have been a memeber for less then a year, I'm not sure.

    If you bothered to read my long winded explanation, you would have noticed I pointed out that this change at LA might make life easier for Bioware.

    There have been major changes at LA, which may affect SWTOR; it's a pretty hot topic on the SWTOR official forums as well.

    Besides telling the OP what he can't make a thread about, or telling the moderators how to do their jobs, or telling me how or what I can comment on, do you have anything to add to the discussion?

     

    1YR Or 2 Yrs Both Are Pretty Sad When It ComesTo Bashing A Video Game. As For Calling Out The Op For Putting This Under SWTOR. Once aAgain This Article Had Nothing To Do With Swtor. To Purposely Put It In Swtor And Not General Gaming IsPurposely Misleading. I Guess I Am Confused How Hard That Is To Understand. If This WaS In General Gaming There Would Be No Issue. You Also Said This Could Affect Content Being Delayed? That Is A Joke, This Will Not Affect Swtor At All.
  • KarteliKarteli Providence, PAPosts: 2,646Member
    Originally posted by Gaborik
    Originally posted by tiefighter25
    Originally posted by Gaborik
    Originally posted by tiefighter25

    The relevance of Disney shuttering LA and its 2 projects in relation to SWTOR is that Disney is obviously aggresively rebranding the Star Wars franchise it has purchased. (SW 1313 had a lot of money already poured into it, and it is not known if anyone will pick up its development.)

    Whether or not this directly affects SWTOR remains to be seen. Regardless of licesnse status, a curious question is that LA did have several people whose responsibilty was to approve or dissaprove new SWTOR content as to whether or not it was acceptable in the SW EU canon. We don't know if those people still have jobs and what if any impact that has on new SWTOR content. (Will it be delayed, do they have more wiggle room at Bioware in regard to canon?)

    When the SWTOR title screen comes up, LA is one of the 3 names.  Since SWTOR launched there have been big changes at Bioware, EA, and now LA. It doesn't seem off topic ,to me, to wonder how this will affect SWTOR when so many big rocks are being thrown in the pond. How  those ripples will possibly affect SWTOR seems relevant to discussion.

    I am sorry this long winded stretch of an explanation as to why this article has anything to do with SWTOR is weak at best.  Its just an attempt by you to continue your 2 yr bash fest of a video game.  The more conspiracies the better for some folks i guess.  

     

     

    How I've been bashing on a a game for 2 years, but have been a memeber for less then a year, I'm not sure.

    If you bothered to read my long winded explanation, you would have noticed I pointed out that this change at LA might make life easier for Bioware.

    There have been major changes at LA, which may affect SWTOR; it's a pretty hot topic on the SWTOR official forums as well.

    Besides telling the OP what he can't make a thread about, or telling the moderators how to do their jobs, or telling me how or what I can comment on, do you have anything to add to the discussion?

     

    1YR Or 2 Yrs Both Are Pretty Sad When It ComesTo Bashing A Video Game. As For Calling Out The Op For Putting This Under SWTOR. Once aAgain This Article Had Nothing To Do With Swtor. To Purposely Put It In Swtor And Not General Gaming IsPurposely Misleading. I Guess I Am Confused How Hard That Is To Understand. If This WaS In General Gaming There Would Be No Issue. You Also Said This Could Affect Content Being Delayed? That Is A Joke, This Will Not Affect Swtor At All.

    Source? =P

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  • VesaviusVesavius BristolPosts: 7,639Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by FromHell

    yeah, they like to shut down the great games and game studios and keep the turds alive.

     

    Good bye Star Wars Galaxies and 1313, nice knowing you.

     

    Also RIP :

    Maniac Mansion

    Zak McKraken

    X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter

    Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

    Monkey Island

     

    LA made some great games in it's prime, but they really haven't interested me in years. I am not really sorry to see them go.

    You also need to remember it was LA that killed SWG. It was never gonna come back.

    Monkey Island has been the domain of Telltale for a good while as well now... it's been a long time since LA cared about the point'n'click adventure market as far as I am aware. Do you really think we would see a Maniac Mansion III off them? When Doublefine were the ones to develop The Cave?

     

    LA was put down for a good reason. It's time was past.

  • GaborikGaborik Roseville, MNPosts: 251Member
    Originally posted by Karteli

    Originally posted by Gaborik
    Originally posted by tiefighter25
    Originally posted by Gaborik
    Originally posted by tiefighter25
    The relevance of Disney shuttering LA and its 2 projects in relation to SWTOR is that Disney is obviously aggresively rebranding the Star Wars franchise it has purchased. (SW 1313 had a lot of money already poured into it, and it is not known if anyone will pick up its development.) Whether or not this directly affects SWTOR remains to be seen. Regardless of licesnse status, a curious question is that LA did have several people whose responsibilty was to approve or dissaprove new SWTOR content as to whether or not it was acceptable in the SW EU canon. We don't know if those people still have jobs and what if any impact that has on new SWTOR content. (Will it be delayed, do they have more wiggle room at Bioware in regard to canon?) When the SWTOR title screen comes up, LA is one of the 3 names.  Since SWTOR launched there have been big changes at Bioware, EA, and now LA. It doesn't seem off topic ,to me, to wonder how this will affect SWTOR when so many big rocks are being thrown in the pond. How  those ripples will possibly affect SWTOR seems relevant to discussion.

    I am sorry this long winded stretch of an explanation as to why this article has anything to do with SWTOR is weak at best.  Its just an attempt by you to continue your 2 yr bash fest of a video game.  The more conspiracies the better for some folks i guess.  

     

     

    How I've been bashing on a a game for 2 years, but have been a memeber for less then a year, I'm not sure.

    If you bothered to read my long winded explanation, you would have noticed I pointed out that this change at LA might make life easier for Bioware.

    There have been major changes at LA, which may affect SWTOR; it's a pretty hot topic on the SWTOR official forums as well.

    Besides telling the OP what he can't make a thread about, or telling the moderators how to do their jobs, or telling me how or what I can comment on, do you have anything to add to the discussion?

     

    1YR Or 2 Yrs Both Are Pretty Sad When It ComesTo Bashing A Video Game. As For Calling Out The Op For Putting This Under SWTOR. Once aAgain This Article Had Nothing To Do With Swtor. To Purposely Put It In Swtor And Not General Gaming IsPurposely Misleading. I Guess I Am Confused How Hard That Is To Understand. If This WaS In General Gaming There Would Be No Issue. You Also Said This Could Affect Content Being Delayed? That Is A Joke, This Will Not Affect Swtor At All.

    Source? =P

     

    Its An Educated Guess. Since The Only Involvement LA Had In Swtor Was Selling The Naming Rights Of Star Wars TO Bioware (Which Usually Is A Term Contract Of 7-10 Yrs) . I Guess I Should Have Said This Will Have No Affect Until Their Licensing Deal Expires. But You Two Dont Think The Game Will Last Another Year Or Two Anyways.
  • DrakynnDrakynn The Pas, MBPosts: 2,030Member
    Originally posted by Vesavius
    Originally posted by FromHell

    yeah, they like to shut down the great games and game studios and keep the turds alive.

     

    Good bye Star Wars Galaxies and 1313, nice knowing you.

     

    Also RIP :

    Maniac Mansion

    Zak McKraken

    X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter

    Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

    Monkey Island

     

    LA made some great games in it's prime, but they really haven't interested me in years. I am not really sorry to see them go.

    You also need to remember it was LA that killed SWG. It was never gonna come back.

    Monkey Island has been the domain of Telltale for a good while as well now... it's been a long time since LA cared about the point'n'click adventure market as far as I am aware. Do you really think we would see a Maniac Mansion III off them? When Doublefine were the ones to develop The Cave?

     

    LA was put down for a good reason. It's time was past.

    This.

    The Real Lucasarts died over a decade ago.The last great Lucasarts in house developed game was Jedi Knight:Dark Forces 2.After that they only published games made by other studios using their IPs.

  • tiefighter25tiefighter25 Winchester, MAPosts: 937Member

    I'm just going to put this here and stop posting on the subject.

    "EA and Lucasfilm Ltd, announced today an updated global publishing agreement for the highly anticipated massively multiplayer online videogame Star Wars: The Old Republic. With this new agreement, certain publishing, marketing and distribution responsibilities previously designated to LucasArts will shift to EA, so that all publishing, marketing and distribution responsibilities can be centralized for efficiency. Lucasfilm will continue serving as a key partner, collaborating on design and marketing, and as a licensor of the property."
  • GaborikGaborik Roseville, MNPosts: 251Member
    Originally posted by tiefighter25

    I'm just going to put this here and stop posting on the subject."EA and Lucasfilm Ltd, announced today an updated global publishing agreement for the highly anticipated massively multiplayer online videogame Star Wars: The Old Republic. With this new agreement, certain publishing, marketing and distribution responsibilities previously designated to LucasArts will shift to EA, so that all publishing, marketing and distribution responsibilities can be centralized for efficiency. Lucasfilm will continue serving as a key partner, collaborating on design and marketing, and as a licensor of the property."

     

    I Really Hope You Mean SWTOR As Your Subject.
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