How did LucasArts fall apart? If she doesn't get it from an employer, she can easily get it through consulting. No new comments can be posted. Hardly deserving of the cult status he currently enjoys.
Great teams make great games and you have proved it over, and over again. Whatever it was I am proud, honored and humbled to have been a part of it.
Don't Miss Wish List: I don't understand how they will continue to make money when its simply a corporation for doing business with other corporations. At some point, companies change from being places that create stuff and can get things done, and morph into an entity where you need huge reams of paperwork to get a new pen.
Revenge of the Sith, and the Knights of the Old Republic franchise. What makes the Star Wars franchise go is production value, not plot or character development.
From the sound of LucasArts he kept coming up with new ideas and the entire place had to suddenly do a 180 every time he opened his mouth because nobody had the balls to say no to him.
Sorry, but I've worked in far too many corporate environments where the process overshadows the actual work, and the process is frequently divorced from reality. Personally for old times sake I am sad that Lucas Arts shut down, but…. It sounds like a perfect iOS title.Developer Spotlight - LucasArts
On October 30, 2012, Disney announced that they had purchased LucasFilm. If you know what you want then it's j. Another had a complaint box with no bottom located over a trash can. I have mod points every other week and contribute comments, firehose, etc. We were passionate and naive and idealistic. After they went from making games in house to being just another publisher and then just an agency that licensed the star wars names for games.
I'm going to say greed mostly greed and lazyness.
In my experience, that happens right around the time accountants start micro-managing everything, and when winning "buzzword bingo" happens in every company call. Turning this studio around at a team and game level has always been something that has kept me going, despite any turbulence above us.
For about a year, maybe more, I always had mod points. The press was better than we ever expected too.