LucasArts Twitter wrote:
RT @geoffkeighley: LucasArts will announce a brand-new original game on this week's GTTV - with first footage. More details soon. (watch it)
TookiGuy wrote: »
Doesn't seem like an adventure game. "Levels"?
Marty wrote: »
Marty wrote: »
hmmmm, hardly an adventure game. when lucasarts went back to their roots, I didn't know they made 2D platformers...
Jennifer wrote: »
GameTrailers TV aired on Spike TV, and Lucidity was officially announced. It's a puzzle platformer, where you don't actually control the little girl Sofi, but instead place objects in her path so she can keep moving.
Marduk wrote: »
This sounds really familiar.... When I was young there was a game released that I was interested in getting a hold of but I couldn't find out what it was called or anywhere that sold it. It was about a boy who was sleep walking and you had to control his pet who was trying to keep him out of harm's way.
It may or may not have been for the Sega MegaDrive ("Genesis", for any United State'ians) but it may have also been for the NES or SNES.
Ash McQ wrote: »
"One of the great oppurtinities of working here at LucasArts is to be able to meet some of the legends. To meet Tim Schafer. To meet Larry Ahern. To meet Grossman or Ron Gilbert. God wouldn't it be great to work with them?"
Darrell Rodriguez is one likeable person! Sounds promising.
doodo! wrote: »
Nothing else comes close to the atmosphere and intellectual creative settings in this game. Nothing out there, these screens are very intellectual and creative, ingenious design. You can already see that this game is perfect for the genre it's intended for and BY FAR exceeds other genres in intellectual story telling, this is by far a more conscious and comprehensive effort in story telling, by far more intellectual then any 3D shooter or any other sort that's come out as of late.
This game has my utter excitement, you can tell already that it's solid and well thought out. This is an innovative and brilliant idea to bring back intellectual adventure/puzzle solving games.
Not only is this purely an adventure game by first sight but it takes the genre to a whole new level that rivals far above most current genres of video gaming.
There's good games and then there's masterpieces titles that can redefine a genre for decades, this game looks like a masterpiece classic in the works.
doodo! wrote: »
I'm too in love with Lucas Arts... I am yet to actually see real game play because my PS3 has a hard time with videos.
Toothless Gibbon wrote: »
Not sure who you can say those thing before youve seen the gameplay.
Pale Man wrote: »
Probably just going to be some kind of Braid clone.
Badwolf wrote: »
Apparently LucasArts said Braid was one of their inspirations, but yeah, other than being 2D and having puzzle pieces, like LuigiHann already said, I don't see it.
hansschmucker wrote: »
Funny how different people associate this game type with different games. When I saw it the game that came to mind was definitely "Lemmings". It's not quite the same of course, but similar enough to remind me of it.
floweroftheforest wrote: »
I first looked at the graphics and thought the game looked amazing.
After seeing the demo though it looks to be incredibly boring.
How many times must you put a block of wood in front of the stupid girl to stop her from falling? zzzzzz
It seemed slow too.
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