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 Oct 01, 2004 - 05:36 PM - by Michael
* Lucas branching out again

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In the world of hardware, IGN's got a story that LucasArts has signed a deal to produce customized controllers for future Star Wars video games. This could be good, or bad. Hopefully, it's in the same vein as Capcom's title Steel Battalion.
... The first controllers will be available for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox this holiday season, with additional controllers planned for future LucasArts titles, including the Episode III game expected in May. Intec also promises to introduce "new videogame technologies" next year, set to be embedded in future Star Wars controllers and designed with specific Star Wars games in mind. Just what will these new technologies comprise? We'll have to wait and see.
 

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