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cw8: Don't mind me asking but when did the Clone Wars series gotten so dark and epic:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Jt-V_WQW3w
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEu_U78XFg4

I only watched the early episodes on local TV but they stopped showing since. My impressions at the early episodes was that it was more of a kids Star Wars animated show.
It was. But it seems the writers had the freedom to go beyond that and tackle some serious stuff and explore the darker sides of this conflict. Seriously, the writing in CW has been much better than in the prequels, over all.

It sucks that Disney is putting the show out to pasture without a proper finale. : /
Post edited April 05, 2013 by Nergal01
A Eulogy for LucasArts
Searched the thread and didn't see this article.

"Why Are We Still Talking About LucasArts' Old Adventure Games?"
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mondo84: Searched the thread and didn't see this article.

"Why Are We Still Talking About LucasArts' Old Adventure Games?"
Maybe because half of the community are very nostalgic about Good old Games (really?).
LucasArts changed the adventures games trend at some point. And, to be honest, those games were amazing.
So what will become of the rights to LucasArts' games? How will GOG be able to negotiate with Disney to get the rights to sell all of LA's classics? Will it be easier than before, or will Disney be more stingy that LA? The best that LA could do was allow Steam to sell the Dark Forces series and remakes of the first two MI games, and that's it. How will GOG be able to tickle Disney's fancy effectively enough to sell LA's classics?