Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens this week, and with it comes . Oscar Isaac, who’s starring in the new movie as X-Wing pilot Poe Dameron, provided his voice to Disney’s toys-to-life game. But it wasn’t the first time he’s done voiceover work for a game.
Although he never appeared in the finished product, Isaac claims in an interview with that he had been “fired” from work on , which was developed by Visceral Games and published by EA.
Isaac said he thinks he was dismissed because “they just thought I was bad.” However, the Force Awakens star doesn’t seem too beat up about it.
“It was such a shitty game, though,” said Isaac.
When the interviewer proclaimed that he had “dodged a bullet,” the actor said “it was a Force dodge.”
in a review that said the game falls short of its impressive beginning and there’s little reason to play beyond it.
EA handles development on all Star Wars games now, excluding a select few that can be found on mobile. The company . Meanwhile, .
Star Wars: The Force Awakens releases on December 18. It was recently announced that the movie . And Star Wars creator .