New details have emerged about the best-looking Star Wars game ever, and one we'll never get to play. Star Wars 1313 was a third-person action adventure game centering on the story of a young Boba Fett tying the first and second Star Wars trilogies together.

Above is the only developer diary from the Lucas Arts team. Lucas Arts was shuttered after Disney purchased the company and brand. Switching to a licensing model instead of developing its own in-house games. Star Wars 1313 and Star Wars: First Assault were cancelled.

1313 would have followed a young Boba Fett as he makes his way through the underground cities of Coruscant to Tattooine serving the Jabba the Hutt. Players would have controlled early versions of Boba in a rags-to-riches story to where we eventually meet him in the Star Wars films.

Star Wars 1313 will probably never exist but we hope Disney licenses out the concept because it's a game we want to play. DICE, the makers of the Battlefield games, has been working under this new licensing model on an updated Star Wars: Battlefront projected for released in the summer of 2015.

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[Via IGN]