Remember the world before everything Lucas was sold to Disney, when Clone Wars was on TV? Well, you may also recall that LucasArts was in the process of developing the next video game set within the Star Wars mythos with Star Wars 1313. When the company was sold the game was scrapped and new projects were started. Concept art from the game has been revealed and now we can be doubly sad this game isn’t releasing.
Major Spoilerite Jim sent me a link to the ZBrushCentral website that has an interesting thread by Tsvetomir Georgiev where he claims he used Z-Brush to do concept art for the Green Lantern movie.
Take the jump for a look at what was offered up, and if you’ve seen the movie, compare it to the final product.
Although the final original episodes of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS have aired for the remainder of 2008, thereâ€™s no dearth of CLONE WARS fun available at Starwars.com to keep fans busy until Jan. 2, including the first-ever online â€œmarathon,â€ which begins on Monday.
Starting Dec. 22, all 10 episodes of the hit Cartoon Network series that have aired to date will be available online at the official Star Wars website and at CartoonNetwork.com.Â Whatâ€™s more, each episode features a video commentary by supervising director Dave Filoni; a web comic; and a detailed episode guide containing concept art and additional insights into STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS.
The online marathon ends on Monday, Jan. 5.
And on Friday, Jan. 2, the first new CLONE WARS episode of 2009, â€œDooku Captured,â€ debuts at 9 p.m. on Cartoon Network.
The game has been slowing, but finally gamers got a look at Jim Lee’s DC Universe Online game.Â While it is a MMO (Massive Multiplayer Online) game, the trailer below only shows NPC heroes and villains duking it out.Â If this game has the scope and grandeur of World of Warcraft, then I’m sold.
Another behind the scenes trailer after the jump.