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LucasArts Fondly Remembers Telltale's Sam & Max Game 07 Mar, 2014 / 4 comments

Lucasfilm's LucasArts page has been updated with their recent published hits such as Tiny Death Star and Angry Birds Star Wars, but also remembers (but doesn't mention that they once developed) adventure games such as Monkey Island, Grim Fandango, and Full Throttle.

Oh, and Sam & Max also gets a mention via a screenshot at the bottom of the page. Except it's the same screenshot from Sam & Max Season One that was erroneously printed as a Freelance Police screenshot in the Rogue Leaders book.

I'd email LucasArts and let them know about the mistake, but I'm not sure if anyone even works there anymore.

4 Comments

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    The Tingler on 19 Dec, 2014, 17:33…
    "The LEGO Star Wars games are some of the most beloved published by LucasArts"

    Except they didn't publish the first one because they didn't think it was going to be any good or popular.
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    spiralout on 11 Jun, 2014, 18:52…
    "LUCASARTS’ GRIM FANDANGO WAS THE COMPANY’S FIRST GAME TO BE RENDERED IN 3D POLYGON GRAPHICS, WHICH COMPLEMENTED ITS UNIQUE ART STYLE"

    Wait, that's not right...
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    Shmargin on 09 May, 2014, 03:41…
    I hit the comm

    MrManager

    HAH

    (Just that.)



    I hit the comment button to post that exact same comment.
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    Remi on 10 Mar, 2014, 20:41…
    HAH

    (Just that.)

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