CCC's Patrick Evans discusses what all the force is about with producer of LucasArt's Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, David Perkinson. CCC: How did you guys approach the source material when planning this game from start to end? Is there a specific way that you guys looked at certain scenes and decided that comical elements would work better here than in other scenes? Can you give us an abridged explanation of how you guys dissected the Original Trilogy and “Lego-ized” it? David Perkinson: There’s no formula – we tried to convey all the main plot points, and very naturally picked out key moments from the movies which we wanted to bring into our storyboards.
David talks about the needs of DDA in video games at the end of the page. by Dec 8
Presenting positive feedback, the author calls it "rubber banding", from mario kart. An interesting DDA system is presented with the game god hand, I should check this game out. The model looks like the tactical approach I put up in NtN. The design of the game of billards is really cool, it is true that the game gets harder for the player with less balls and easier for the one with more balls. Design approach. by Dec 8