Lucasfilm can use the Star Wars 1313 technology to instantly capture an actor’s performance and turn it into a finished CG shot.
LucasArts is gone, but there’s a silver lining to its passing.
Sony may have revealed a release date and platform for Star Wars 1313 on a German Facebook page.
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 Walt Disney Company hasn’t spent much time producing high-end games recently and instead focuses on a mobile and social strategy. It’s admitted it wants to do the same with Star Wars.
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