Decent_Jam wrote:Crikey, all politics and backstabbing at the top eh?
Shame as I've never played a Battlefront game and Bezza as well as others speak very highly of the series - not that it needs much selling to me as a self-confessed Star Wars geek.
The point about Disney now being in charge is an interesting one though, surely if you were Disney you would be looking over everything in production across your entire estate and wondering what was worth going after and what wasn't. If they decide against something else, there lies your freed up money to get this back in the running again. Of course we are at risk of rose-tinted glasses syndrome at this late stage.
You can add my name to that long list! When I finally got my hands on a copy of the first game on the PS2, constantly played local split screen with my brother. Me, being the tyranical older sibling, as the Empire, providing my very best Emperor Palpatine impression whilst whittling down his futile Rebel resistance
Never played online however, but judging from the single/local multiplayer...the series is practically screaming to use this generations online capabilities! If it wasn't BF3 we were talking about, I'd find it amusing those involved seem more intrested in "bad-mouthing" each other, rather than releasing a game thats more or less gaurenteed to sell...instead...I am disappoint...
Still, good point about Disney. Interesting to see if they do take up this newly acquired opportunity.