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- Nov 6, 2008
I hope you can forgive the rambling nature of this thread (I have an unfocused and somewhat simple mind.)
I read an interesting article a few weeks ago on why Lucasarts failed. It cites indecision, constant changes in direction, no leadership amounted to the closing of possibly once of the best gaming companies ever and I wonder if we're watching the demise of Star Wars.
Four movies in and Rogue One and Solo are the only good ones, but they're kinda limited in their scope and ambition. And don't get me wrong, I enjoyed TFA and TLJ but they weren't great movies, were they? In fact, I view them as more of a reboot. I suppose you could argue that they're garnering a new generation of fans. (A thought that pleases me greatly.) So, with a Galaxy potentially full of so many heroes to discover and stories to tell, are they selling Star Wars short by remaining in the same conflict, in the same part of the galaxy?
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