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almostunbiased 4/4/2013 7:42:08 AM

They made some seriously great games, but yea its been a while.  I think I have bought more lucasarts games than anything else over the years.  1313 was looking pretty BA I thought.  I'm sort of pissed about that.  Loved Dark Forces, loved all the x-wing and tie fighter games.  My son loved Lego Star Wars.  I think Outlaws might have been one of my favorite non-starwars.  Loved that game.  I liked Secret weapons of the luftwaffe, Galaxies, loved Empire at War, and galactic battlegrounds.  I actually feel a little sad, mostly because I can't play any of those games on windows anymore as they are way too old.  But in the day Lucasarts was great.

wrrlykam 4/4/2013 10:17:05 AM

Star Wars Kinect was out sourced to Terminal Reality, it really doesn't bode well for Di$ney's idea of outsourcing all SW games. I guess well never see the likes of Monkey Island, Zak McKracken, Sam and Max or Day of the Tentacle (nearly spelled that wrong) again.

wrrlykam 4/4/2013 1:42:44 PM

Always prgrams like DOSBOX to get old games running again, almostunbiased, For most old games is getting your hands on a working 3 1/2 inch floppy drive (if using your original old games).  There re other ways which we will not mention at this point.


Some old LA game were remastered for IOS devices, I picked up Monkey Island a while back. But I doubt we'll see much in that way for a long while.


Oh and there are programs such as SCUMM VM which provide a front end for you game disks to run on newer systems. Not just LA games but several other studios.

almostunbiased 4/4/2013 6:59:41 PM

Thanks, yea wow I didn't even think about the floppy.

almostunbiased 4/4/2013 7:00:17 PM

If I had that then I'd be playing Serf City.

dnbritt 4/8/2013 12:30:48 PM

Can I make a confession?  I played Rebellion until the disc had a hole burned in it. 

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