Posts Tagged ‘LucasArts’
Rockstar’s L.A. Noire is another home run for the most cine-literate in the games industry. However, a growing community believes this devotion to the storytelling techniques of cinema is preventing games from achieving their creative potential. We investigate a new way of looking at narrative…
With Haden Blackman gone and changes afoot at LucasArts, can The Force Unleashed II live up to the 7 million units the original game sold? We catch up with lead audio designer and voice of Proxy, David Collins, to see how things have been progressing…
We talk exclusively with The Force Unleashed actor, Sam Witwer, about reinvigorating Star Wars and how storytelling in games is coming to the forefront of the industry
We have a certain love for the old point-and click games, and LucasArts’ The Dig would make an excellent addition to XBLA.
Now that LucasArts has taken up the community’s constantly reiterated advice and is finally working its way through the Monkey Island series, looking into our collective pasts shows just how many games that are truly worthy of a remake. And it’s not just LucasArts games too, as there are plenty of old-school titles that could benefit from the work and talent that is being poured into Monkey Island. But what are they?
When you stop and actually think about it, having reworked special edition versions of Monkey Island on the 360 is almost too good to be true. For years, we’d begged, dreamed and hoped that LucasArts would sit up and pay attention and finally, after all this time in the dark, we’re getting exactly what we wanted…
Oh, LucasArts you do know how to win us over..
We’d hoped as much, but the announcement’s finally arrived, and straight from the mouths of Ron Gilbert and Tim Schafer, too.
The best childhood toy ever..
I say we, but I really I mean me, and when I say Classics, I actually mean, games I played when I was younger
Know what I’m excited about more than anything
An original game from LucasArts will be revealed on this week’s Game Trailers TV, according to host Geoff Keighley’s Twitter feed