The History of Star Wars Games Part 1: 1982-1998
Part one of GameSpot's History of Star Wars games, covering releases from 1982-1998.
The #1 pick is well deserved.
From all my years of watching E3, I have never seen one company utterly annihilate the other onstage like that. Also, all that audience cheering was unprecedented, it was bigger than even the Nintendo audience/plants from many of their conferences (on a side note, if there were any game "journalists" screaming their heads off last year in the Sony audience, you all should be ashamed of yourselves. It's called journalistic integrity, look it up).
Funny how Lucas Arts always did their best work on PC and whatever they did for consoles sucked. I'll also say Rogue Squadron games sucked, people bummed them because they were always graphically impressive, gameplay wise, they were tedious as hell.
Holy crap! They put a ship into the game and waited an entire year before telling people?
Man that is like the exact opposite of how games are made these days. Now they actually detach content from games instead making us pay again to unlock it.
I was thinking the other day on why people argue if starwars or startrek or masseffect are better ...etc etc
then I realized they are not even the same genre!! starwars is more like si-fi FANTASY, while startrek and masseffect are more science fiction :P
until jar jar binks arrived and utter destroyed all my respect for the starwars universe
@wEEman33 Funny, although I do like them both :).
@Sablicious if you watched the video it already happened but yes we need a new one
@Gallanteer Jedi knight IS awesome. I still play it on a daily basis. xD
@Dannystaples14 I had never heard about that and it was surprising, a very cool thing.
@vadagar1 Sorry man but I'm pretty sure fantasy IS fiction.