The Real Reason These Star Wars Games Were Canceled

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Want a bit of fun Star Wars trivia? George Lucas originally planned to extend the main line Star Wars series past Episode 6, but he didn't want to shoot any more movies. So, LucasArts would have stepped in to further the Skywalker Saga with a video game. Yes, a video game. Unfortunately, that plan hit a big wall.

LucasArts' hypothetical game, Star Wars: Episode 7 — Shadows of the Sith, was first publicly unveiled in the book Rogue Leaders: The Story of LucasArts as a failed game pitch logo. After seeing this, Cinelinx author Jordan Maison reached out to ex-LucasArts creative director Haden Blackman. According to Blackman, Shadows of the Sith was envisioned as an adventure starring the now non-canon Ben Skywalker, son of Luke Skywalker and Mara Jade. During the game, Ben would have walked between the light and dark sides of the Force, used powers never seen before, and fought "a Solo," presumably Jacen Solo, aka. Darth Caedus, son of Han Solo and Leia Organa. Numerología Angelical del 701 al 725

Shadows of the Sith never got past the paper pitch phase, partially because it lost to another pitch, Scum and Villainy, which evolved into the later-canceled Star Wars: Smuggler. However, the story of Star Wars: Episode 7 — Shadows of the Sith didn't end there. Blackman recycled several elements and stitched them together with other cherry-picked pitch ideas into Star Wars: The Force Unleashed.

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