LucasArts Announces The LucasArts Archive® Series, A New Mid-Price Collection Of Specially Selected Games
LUCASARTS RE-RELEASES SEVERAL POPULAR STAR WARS® AND ADVENTURE PC TITLES
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. -- May 15, 2001 -- A selection of popular games from LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC have been specially repackaged and individually re-released at an affordable mid-range price as part of the new LucasArts Archive Series. The eight PC games span a variety of popular genres and retail for an estimated street price of $14.99.
The LucasArts Archive Series includes re-releases of Star Wars titles Star Wars Racer, Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Jedi Knight, Star Wars X-Wing Alliance, Star Wars Force Commander, and Star Wars Rogue Squadron®. In addition, The LucasArts Archive Series includes two classic LucasArts adventures: Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine, and Curse of Monkey Island® (includes the bonus games Secret of Monkey Island® and Monkey Island2: LeChuck's Revenge®).
"The LucasArts Archive series titles are among the best-loved and most celebrated games in the company's history," says Mary Bihr, vice president, worldwide sales and marketing for LucasArts. "The attractive price point of The LucasArts Archive series will appeal to casual and first time game players, as well as long time fans of LucasArts who may be looking for an inexpensive way to complete their game library."
LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC is a leading international developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software for a variety of computer and console platforms. Based in San Rafael, Calif., as well as on the Internet at www.lucasarts.com, LucasArts is one of five companies in the Lucas group which include Lucasfilm Ltd., Lucas Digital Ltd. LLC, Lucas Licensing Ltd., and Lucas Learning Ltd. Lucasfilm is one of the leading film and entertainment companies in the world. Lucasfilm's businesses include George Lucas' film and television production and distribution activities as well as the business activities of the THX Group. Lucas Digital, which consists of Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) and Skywalker Sound, provides visual effects and audio post-production services to the entertainment industry. Lucas Licensing is responsible for the merchandising of all Lucasfilm's film and television properties. Lucas Learning creates engaging interactive entertainment products that provide learning opportunities through exploration and discovery.