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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For everyone discussing why adventure games are dying/dead, just becaues you don't like linear, plot-heavy, dialog-heavy, adventure games doesn't mean we feel these are bad qualities.

There is nothing wrong with good plot and dialogue. In fact, these things can add a lot to a game and make it all the more engrossing. Unfortunately, these things can't compensate for tired and uninteresting gameplay.

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