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Video Game News, Reviews and Reflection! New Articles Released Randomly Every Week! to release Retro LucasArts Greats


Retro LucasArts fans will have plenty of joy in the coming months., a site known or its collection of DRM-free classic games, has made a deal with Disney to bring more than 20 groundbreaking titles from LucasArts Entertainment Company, LLC. Current games on GoG from the company, which stopped all new development on April 3rd, 2013, include Knights of the Old Republic and The Secret of Monkey Island.


Disney kept LucasArts open as a means to license out its properties. In particular, Electronic Arts has taken up the Star Wars IP to develop Star Wars Angry Birds, and the upcoming reboot of Battlefront. EA will also be rebooting Grim Fandango.

Currently, no specific titles have been announced by either GoG or LucasArts, but some popular games speculated on include Maniac Mansion/Day of the Tentacle, the Star Wars: Dark Forces/Jedi Knight Series and more from the Monkey’s Island series.


Keep an eye out for these new releases! We’ll keep you updated on any new announcements!

What classic LucasArts game are you looking to play again? Let us know in the Comments below!


About RedGuinness

Andrew Shortall (RedGuinness) is the Writer, Editor, Administrator and founder of Stay-At-Home Gaming. He also suffers from sleepless nights, summer new release withdrawals and trying to behave himself in front of his new nephew.

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