PCGA: LucasArts hasn’t made a good PC game in a long time

By Mike, Monday, 20 October 2008 10:28 GMT

Speaking with Videogamer, Randy Stude, president of the PC Gaming Alliance, has said its been a long time since LucasArts made a decent PC game.

“LucasArts hasn’t made a good PC game in a long time,” said Stude. “That’s my opinion.

“They make some pretty good games for the Wii, you know those little sticks you wave in the air, that seems like a natural fit for a lightsaber game, sure. But I think the last good PC game they made was probably Jedi Knight 2, and even their strategy games weren’t that great. So I can understand why they would make that call.

“They’re not really creating product within LucasArts themselves,” he explained. “They’re going at it job shopping their IP.

“”That may be a little controversial for me to say, but that’s what I see,” he added.

Read Stude’s full frontal PCGA attack on LucasArts through the link.

By Mike Bowden

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