- Apr 23, 2005
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Lucasarts said that they were interested in the wii but no game was in the works.
-- I see, i guess their playing it safe until they see how it sells, and how well it does overall-- oh well, hopefully they'll end up making one eventually.clen said:Lucasarts said that they were interested in the wii but no game was in the works.
there is high demand sure. but the Wii isnt capable of either the graphics, or the physics showcased in that demo. and bearing in mind that they have opted for standard DVD, i would guess it would also be incapable of the information storage as well. as much as ive enjoyed nintendo consoles, i still see them for what they are:Diamond Princess said:-- I wasn't impressed at all. So basically the video showed off the physics and stuff and ect, blah blah blah-- that was rather boring and it certainly didn't look as appealing as Cell Factor when it comes too it either. If it really turns out too really be for the Playstation 3 of Xbox 360 only with all the high demand for a Wii version over the others ones by a rather large margin , i'd be surprised, seriously-- a Wii version in the works over this, now that would be enticing. I just dont see the appeal here i suppose.
zomg /me starts working out in preparationyounger gamer took the microphone and asked if the company would be showing support for the newest motion-controlled Nintendo console. Sansweet's responded simply by stating the likeness between the Wii controller and a lightsaber, followed by a statement that LucasArts would be supporting every next generation system.
So no it's not ingame. But it does look pretty damn cool.Gamespot said:The clip is also a "pre-visualization"--a video made to give people an idea of what to expect in the upcoming game, and is not running on the game's engine