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Really good Star Wars games don’t port to Nintendo

February 20, 2007

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It’s a fact. Look it up.

Game Informer interviewed a Lucas Arts rep about the upcoming game “Force Unleashed”. Though Yoda would say the force cannot be leashed it is being pulled away from the Wii.

But what about the Wii?! Well, when they asked a LucasArts rep about that, the response was, “even if that version does happen, it probably wouldn’t be ‘the lightsaber game’ that gamers have eagerly been awaiting.”

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pets-sock-puppet.jpg“So will you destroy the graphics and port it to the Wii?”

chewie.jpg“No, well…if we did port it…it will suck harder than the REAL versions.”

pets-sock-puppet.jpg“Will you give us something cool and exclusive like a…a..light saber game?”

chewie.jpg “Ummm…how would I know, I’m a f*%#ing wookie sock puppet.”

pets-sock-puppet.jpg“Should Wii owners feel like tools since the really good games nerds love end up on the “Real” next gen consoles?”

chewie.jpg“Umm…maybe.”

FIN

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 20, 2007 6:38 pm

    I don’t know…. most people, when seeing the Wii remote for the first time, thought “light saber!”

    Even some LucasArts devs have said that would be, indeed, an interesting idea, as if it wasn’t the MOST OBVIOUS idea!

    I just think the concept of the Wii remote took everyone at LucasArts by surprise and at a time when they were precisely trying to get away from the Star Wars franchise, so no one over there is excited about another light saber game, even if it used a Wii remote!

  2. February 20, 2007 6:59 pm

    Lucus Arts is busy with their franchises at the moment. As the marketshare for the Wii gets larger, I expect to see at least one Star Wars exclusive for Wii. A Jedi Knight Outcast game would rock on Wii, but the Wookie sock puppet knows more than hes telling, and hides behind the “I have a hand up my butt making me talk” crutch.

    Sometimes I don’t even know what I am talking about.

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