Bad Brains and Sam & Max?

The Wolfgang Kierdorf Q&A on Adventure Gamers talks with the CEO of Bad Brains about their plans to revive the Adventure genre with projects like A Vampyre Story, I-Jet, and (no kidding) The Orgastic Four ("a mix of The A-Team, a 70's porn movie and The Godfather"). The conversation also probes for confirmation of rumors that they are working on acquiring the rights to Sam & Max: Freelance Police, receiving a somewhat encouraging response:
No comment (I signed an NDA). All I can say is: yes, we are talking to LucasArts about a game that might involve animals, but that's all folks! I guess we will see what´s happening in March 2005 at the latest.
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Re: Adventure games won't make a comeback
Dec 6, 2004, 01:18
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Re: Adventure games won't make a comeback Dec 6, 2004, 01:18
Dec 6, 2004, 01:18
 
The genre died for a reason. Simply put, adventure games are too linear.

So, adventure games are too linear but HL2 is not? That's a twisted logic you have there.

I'm pretty sure that Dreamfall will be less linear than HL1, HL2 or Doom3 are, in fact the longest journey was already less linear than any of those shooters and for the most part even more immersive.

Strange thing that the FPS genre has not yet died due to the general linearity found in the last year's shooters, don't you agree?


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