Editor’s Pick The old Star Wars game business apparently wasn’t enough to carry the longtime studio into the new age of games.
THX, a sound company created by George Lucas, is suing apple saying it is using a speaker patent THX owns.
Developer Gearbox has focused too much on providing fan service than including any original or creative ideas of its own.
If walking the path of a Jedi requires you to give up all wealth and material possessions, then Star Wars creator George Lucas has reached the halfway point in his journey.
What if LucasArts never existed? What if the irascible filmmaker, beloved (and despised) the world over for his invaluable contributions to the pop-culture lexicon, had stuck to making space operas and juvenile fantasies about archeologists in fedora hats? What if George Lucas never entered the arena of gaming 30 years ago?
The multimedia giant just purchased one of the biggest properties in all of entertainment.
LucasArts hasn’t acknowledged it, but the evidence is starting to pile up for a new Star Wars game.
Blizzard Entertainment released a huge patch on Tuesday for its hit game World of Warcraft, as part of an effort to turn around a significant drop in subscribers. As we reported earlier this month, player numbers dropped from 11.1 million to 10.3 million in the third quarter of 2011, and parent company Activision Blizzard must surely now be looking over its shoulder at the upcoming big budget rival Star Wars: The Old Republic.