WIth the passing on of LucasArts announced on Wednesday, I immediately thought about the great memories I have playing LucasArts games, from Dark Forces to Rebellion to Battlefront. Here are some of my favorites: 1. I remember one Christmas I got BOTH Dark Forces and Rebel Assault II. Talk about insanely thrilled! I focused on Dark Forces for awhile, but the amazing cover art of Rebel Assault II forced me to have my dad load it on the computer. I was so ready to take on a Super Star Destroyer (as teased on the back), that when the cutscene for Level 3 came up I immediately called my aunt (a huge Star Wars fan) and told her I was about to face a SSD. Turns out I had to wait about 15 more levels... 2. I used to play Rebellion for hours, and would use my Star Wars Dictionary to come up with unique names for Rebel and Imperial ships as I built them. I had whole spiral notebook pages full of imposing names for Imperial Star Destroyers. My younger bro and I took turns with the space and land battles, leading to hours of fun. 3. When Battlefront came out, my two younger brothers and myself immediately started playing together in Versus matchups. With my bedroom in the basement away from my parents' room, we could play til 2-3 in the morning without them hearing us. Popcorn, pop and Battlefront.... 4. I had a heckuva time beating the Anoat level on Dark Forces, to the point that I had to buy the strategy guide to figure it out. It was a great game that I even played on Playstation when it was released on that, but I know for a fact I would never have beaten it all without the strategy guide. Who else has some LucasArts memories?