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Discussion Was the live action TV Show an actual product, or a code to disguise work on the Sequels?

Discussion in 'Star Wars: Sequel Trilogy (Released Films)' started by LottDodd, Sep 11, 2013.

  1. The Hellhammer

    The Hellhammer Manager Emeritus star 5 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

    Nov 4, 2012
    Nah, if they want to cover something up they simply don't tell us.
    Like they did with the whole sale to Disney thing. No need to mess around with making false this or fake that.

    I think we'll see the series someday, probably after the ST is done.
  2. LottDodd

    LottDodd Jedi Master star 4

    Oct 4, 2002
    From the front page...

    More Details About What Star Wars: 1313 Would Have Been Like
    Posted by Eric on September 25, 2013 at 01:55 PM CST | 5 Comments
    LucasArts' massive and much-hyped video game Star Wars: 1313 may have been shelved following the game studio's closure, but details about the game mechanics, including concept art and story information, have continued to leak out.

    Now, IGN brings us a detailed, illustrated report about a 15-minute 1313 demo that they were recently shown. They don't provide the video, but they do explain -- and, with new concept art, show off -- how the game would have begun and how its environments would have looked:

    Star Wars 1313 would have begun with a prologue on Tattooine. Various bounty hunters seen in the game would have worked for different crime bosses, and Boba Fett unsurprisingly served Jabba the Hutt. Here we see a young Fett very early in the game, long before he even has his Mandalorian armor, instead wearing only his most basic outfit.


    Our source explained that at one point in the story, Fett would also end up in layer 1314. While 1313 is a corrupt metropolis controlled by crime families, 1314 is a rarely-explored slum that has been shrouded for years in complete darkness. Part of the story of Star Wars 1313 would have seen Fett fighting his way through layer 1314 in search of his bounty.


    Star Wars 1313, as suggested by the E3 trailer, featured a ton of huge action set pieces and Uncharted-like platforming. The shot seen here is straight from the 15-minute demo we saw, with Fett hanging from a drain pipe. As he’s climbing, the pipe bursts, falling downward and forcing Fett to find a new place to grip. Our source tells us these scripted sequences would have been common, and the E3 trailer is a great indication of some of the high-tension moments we might have seen in the finished product.​
    We've included one piece of Coruscant underworld concept art above, but for much more information and art from Star Wars: 1313, head over to IGN's report.

    UPDATE: We've just received a tip from a TFN reader who is also part of Lucasfilm's Obi Wants To Know Me online feedback community. They write:
    Star Wars 1313 may not be dead.

    In May of this past year Obi Wants to Know Me conducted an extensive survey of video games and potential ideas for future releases and the types of platform releases. Surprisingly one game which was specifically featured by name was Star Wars 1313. Based on the questions and the direction these questions were leading it appeared Star Wars 1313 was possibly going to be repurposed for some other release. They asked which characters would you like featured in the game, and specifically asked if certain characters would make you more or less likely to buy the game.

    This may all have changed in the last three months, but given the new release of the video from LucasArts they may be testing the waters again to gage general interest in this game.​
    We'll keep you posted as we learn more.
  3. Echo-07

    Echo-07 Jedi Master star 4

    Nov 9, 2012
    It is definitely a real live action series tentatively called "Underworld." It was in development for about 8 years. There were about 50 scripts written. It cost too much to produce for GL and LFL. However, with Disney's deep pockets they can afford to film the show right. IMO the two spinoffs will be about Han and Boba Fett and will tie-in with the Underworld TV series. I could be wrong of course but the opportunity that kind of synergy doesn't occur everyday.
    Darthsuggs and Darth Chiznuk like this.
  4. jedimikey

    jedimikey Jedi Padawan star 2

    Oct 21, 2012
    I agree. Chances are, 1313 and Underworld are being held off, pending the success (or not) of the spinoffs and sequels. Disney does have the money to meet the production value of Underworld. 1313 would go to a different game producer, not LA, obviously...but probably still Bioware (seeing as how Bioware already had it going). So, if the Boba Fett spinoff is successful, and the ST is successful, we may yet get to see Underworld and play 1313.
  5. ManaByte

    ManaByte Chosen One star 5

    Aug 20, 1998

    BioWare was never working on 1313. It was always an internal Lucasfilm project that is likely now at EA Redwood Shores, which was formerly called Visceral (the Dead Space team) as they're working on an action/adventure Star Wars game.
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  6. jedimikey

    jedimikey Jedi Padawan star 2

    Oct 21, 2012
    Ah, yes! It was EA Games, not Bioware. My bad, sorry.
  7. Sith-Mullet

    Sith-Mullet Jedi Master star 3

    Aug 2, 2003
    I hope that something comes out soon.