Disney guts LucasArts, stock prices are unaffected. Doesn't that interest anyone? What was the last great LucasArts game? Their final quality project was probably Republic Commando, and that was years ago - I am discounting joint-developed things here, so no, don't say Battlefront, as that was the now-defunct Pandemic - so I don't see what the furor is about. LucasArts was content to let IPs like Star Wars and Indy sit gathering dust, and at least Disney does things with the properties they own. You might not like that, and you might not like that their main goal was profit, but running a business based solely on fostering creativity does not a good business make (necessarily). I have to say, it seems that most folks are annoyed because of their nostalgia filter - LucasArts did make some absolutely incredibly and fantastic games, and a lot of their history is tied to gamers' personal histories. So while it's sad to see the studio go, it was very much not the same studio that made Dark Forces or Jedi Knight. 1313 looked fantastic, but we weren't given a hell of a lot to look at, and Battlefront 3 seemed like a longshot anyways - considering that game's past, my reaction to it being quietly cancelled before anyone even knew about it amounted to, "Figures." It seems many folks are getting angry or frustrated without having seen what Disney will do with the Star Wars IP - all the latest announcements have been business-oriented, and only VII is in the pipeline, which I get could be worrying, but I think I'll be waiting to see what the next Star Wars game looks like before I turn my back on them.