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All the pointy and clicky games you could ever desire
Disney, do our bidding!
I still have all my adventure and starwars games' big boxes... several versions (5" 1/4 or 3" 1/2, and several CD re-editions of most of them)... and I would RE-buy any of them here in a heartbeat.
I would like more Lucas Arts games in general, such as Outlaws. Especially, Outlaws. And any Star Wars games they can get their hands on.
All Monkey Island Games, Indiana Jones, hell all point and click awesome games!!!
I agree! The Dig, Curse of monkey Island, OUTLAWS, Tentacle...all of them!
Where are you marshall? Don't be a fool marshall! -OUTLAWS-
More? How about at least one to start with?
As great as this would be, it seems it won't be happening for quite a while (and that's assuming it does happen).
"I think they're a bit busy with that thing with the glowing swords and the Teddy Bears from space." -Tim Schafer
To sign LucasArts, GOG needs to sign Disney. Disney has always been rather strict about copyright protection and DRM in general, so good luck with that .
LucasArts isn't dead, it's just no longer a development studio. Most of the games they've released were already developed externally (they only developed six games in the last ten years: Republic Commando, both Force Unleashed titles, one adorable puzzle platformer that looks like an indie title, and two obscure console-exclusive titles). While we have fond memories of the LA of yesteryears, the one that made all these adventure games, and Dark Forces + Jedi Knight; the fact is that most of the people who made this old LA have since gone to Telltale Games, Double Fine Productions, or other companies. Very few of the old crew had remained until the end.
Now that LucasArts is dead, GOG.com and CD Projekt RED can buy their licenses and publish all LucasArts games on GOG... and maybe create some oldschool sequels :D
I would guess so. Let's hope the rights are easier to deal with now
So now that LucasArts is dead, does Disney have the rights for these games?
Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade, and The Fate of Atlantis, The Dig and Loom are on steam as are "special editions" of the first two Monkey Island Games, but there is no official support anywhere for or place to purchase Grim Fandango, Full Throttle, the original Sam & Max, Monkey Island 3, Maniac Mansion, Day of the Tentacle, or Zak McKracken. It is frustrating that there exists no legal way of buying these today.
Shouldn't that be "*Any* Lucas Arts adventure games"? ;)
Not only Adventure games... All kind of games from Lucas Arts !
And to think that all Lucas Arts adventure games work really well in SCUMM (http://scummvm.org). Meaning that if/when the rights are acquired to these titles, there would be no further effort required.
It's a shame that currently one cannot legally acquire Day of the Tentacle, the best game of the 90's. Unless someone goes totally crazy and sells his box on eBay.
Anyone who has been around gaming a long time will have a deep seated love for any of the old Lucas Arts point and click adventure games. I cant wait till i see GOG selling Full Throttle :)
This probably isn't hte right place for this request, but I'm still +1'ing the crap out of it. I grew up on The Curse of Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle, and they will forever hold a special place in my heart.
@megarock58 Disney might listen. They're pretty good with their fans from what I've heard.
Any would be nice. Even Zak McKracken would make me happy.
I'd love to see Full Throttle, Dig, Monkey Island series and the rest of the good old 'adventure' games...
Should this now read "More Disney Adventure Games"? :P
More? How about "any"?
they don't listen anyway.
this is a wish you should be directing at LucasArts. Seriously, get into their forums, write letters, send emails and etc.