Lucasarts, vooral bekend om hun schitterende adventures gaan eindelijk orde op zaken stellen. Na veel teleurstellende spellen, zowel op gameplay gebied als originaliteit, gaat men lijkt het terug naar de ,,roots''
Adventures dus Although LucasArts, a privately held company, will not release sales figures, a spokesperson expressed confidence in the history and future of LucasArt's original titles. "The response to the Monkey Island series has been phenomenal," he said. "[And] Grim Fandango met domestic expectations and exceeded them worldwide." Despite the slipping market for adventure titles in the US, the market remains strong worldwide. Even so, LucasArts remains confident in the viability of its original adventure titles even within the states, and expects to grow a number of new brands. The new titles are still very early in their development cycle, but some new titles should be presentable by E3 2001.Day of the Tentacle 2 anyone?Het complete artikel lees je hier.