Sam & Max Sequel Axed

LucasArts has posted the announcement of cancellation of Sam & Max Freelance Police, planned as a sequel to Sam & Max Hit the Road, their classic adventure game (thanks Quboid). Word is:
"After careful evaluation of current market place realities and underlying economic considerations, we've decided that this was not the appropriate time to launch a graphic adventure on the PC" says Mike Nelson, Acting General Manager and VP of Finance and Operations. There is currently no plan to reduce staff.
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The first three StarWars were good...
Then George stopped caring.


Bleh, this is hardly a Star Wars involved thread, but I'd like to say this. None of the movies were all that great. As fiction or literature, if they had started out that route, would have probably been legendary in print. Be as it is, George Lucas is a superior story teller.

Spielburg may not have a flawless record, but it's a helluva lot better than Lucas's.

Though I don't see what George Lucas has to do with this thread, his only real involvement with his development company seems to be in merely naming it after himself.

GEORGE LUCAS, WHAT ARE YOU GOOD FOR EXCEPT FOR CRAPPY SCI-FI AND OVERMERCHANDISING???????

Man, do you even realize you have your caps on? But one good side to the over merchanidising is that at least the external authors who write books in the Star Wars universe actually do something decent with it.


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