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The 10 adventure licences we want Telltale Games to reboot, revive, and revisit

Pocket Gamer: With the heat on Disney for closing LucasArts beginning to simmer down, it's time for the adventure genre to forget about the past and look to the future.

That future, by and large, lies in the hands of one Telltale Games, which has been doing its brilliant best to keep the genre alive ever since 2005's Bone: Out from Boneville.

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Donnieboi1204d ago (Edited 1204d ago )

I got an idea: What if Tell Tale did Star Wars games? Now that Lucas Arts's game studio is done, they should allow other studios to make future games and spin-offs, without tying the franchise down to only one company/developer (like how EA has ruined Madden and no one else can licence NFL games).

I mean, the article mentions LucasArts Studio, yet didn't actually suggest Star Wars--But I guess that's fair since this article is about Pc-like point and click Adventure-Style games.

steve30x1204d ago

I would love if they continued the back to the future game. I loved that game.