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Oh, "hello there". If you were going to name one Star Wars film as having the most memes and quotable moments, let's be honest, it has to be Revenge of the Sith. In many ways, it was "the chosen one" and although the film isn't considered a masterpiece by any means, the video game adaptation of the film was pretty well-received by fans. And now they want a remake.
Spotted by Gamebyte, a new petition has popped up on the internet from a fan of the Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith game campaigning for a remake, specifically by Ubisoft. Now EA has lost Star Wars exclusivity and we already know that Ubisoft is in the process of making an open-world game set in the space franchise, peoples' imaginations are running wild with what developers could do with the franchise. We've already been forming our own ideas of the games we'd like to see.
Someone by the name of Elisha Egleston started the campaign on Charge.Org and says this about the hopeful project on the page. "I would absolutely love to see Disney and Ubisoft remaster Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith video game. The game was excellent when it was first released and it really needs an overhaul. I would like the graphics to come out looking more like Jedi: Fallen Order."
And then ideas for the game begin to flow. Egleston thinks that it should include the whole story of the film, while also leaving room for an online multiplayer so that you could have huge lightsaber battles with other players. And it turns out there are some supporters of the cause too. A few comments confirm that others would love a remake too. "This game was my childhood," says Kyra Wood, "countless hours playing this game" while another commenter wants The Phantom Menace to be remastered too.
Well, it's all in the hands of devs now. Since EA has lost exclusivity rights, almost any studio can just pitch an idea to Disney. Ubisoft Montreal were the original devs behind the 2005 game, so it might be time to bring them back in. In the meantime, we'll just go play the Lego Star Wars games because, well, they're still brilliant, aren't they?
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