We waited, then Jason flipped us all off, announcing that Flavored Nations -- Mojo's Casablanca -- will not be released. Jason's statement was simply, "Sorry." Not unlike Orson Welles and Citizen Kane 2 in other words.
Some hope is still left: "When Bad Asp! gets the Freelance Police source code leaked out. I'll slip you a copy," said the young director.
We wait with bated breath, once again saddened that Jason does not care about Mojo's greater audience.
07 Mar, 2014, 08:33 | Posted by: Jennifer
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.
I was disencumbering my external drive when I got to the raw footage for our aggressively silly AVS Kickstarter video. I figured somebody might enjoy a few glimpses from the cutting room floor before I dispatched it all to eternity.