Fresh from announcing games based on Sam & Max, Monkey Island, Strong Bad, Wallace & Gromit, Back To The Future, Jurassic Park, Fables, The Walking Dead, King's Quest, and those cool cartoons with the gnomes, Telltale has announced it has acquired the rights to produce games based on all the other licences ever created that they haven't made a series of episodic adventures out of yet.
"We just didn't feel we had enough games on our plate already," said Jake Rodkin, head of Telltale. "I mean, seven games? Please, any developer worth their salt has seven games on the go at once. We thought we'd give ourselves a special challenge and buy up every other licence on the planet. We'll be doing a sequel to A Tale of Two Cities first, followed by Vampire Hunter D, The Tick, Day of the Triffids, The Goonies, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Conan The Barbarian, Stephen King's IT, My Neighbour Totoro and maybe a couple of Star Wars iPhone games before the end of the year. Not Bone though, we think it sucks."