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Sam & Max Hit the Road HD Remake

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Anyone else want a Sam & Max Hit the Road HD remake with Telltale's Sam and Max's voice actors? (Or with the original) for PC,Mac, and PS3? Vote in the poll
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  • Rather have something new and or/unreleased.
  • LogicDeLuxe;498748 said:
    They worked together and made Monkey Island games, so why not Sam & Max too?
    monkey island is owned by lucas arts. Sam and max are owned by steve purcell. The game rights right now for sam and max is telltale's.
  • coolguy721;498813 said:
    monkey island is owned by lucas arts. Sam and max are owned by steve purcell. The game rights right now for sam and max is telltale's.

    Hit the Road is owned by Lucus though cos it was made by Lucusarts.
  • coolsome;498837 said:
    Hit the Road is owned by Lucus though cos it was made by Lucusarts.
    no $#!t sherlock
  • coolguy721;498851 said:
    no $#!t sherlock

    Sam: Percent sign, Ampersand, Dollar Sign.
    Max: And colon, semi-colon too!
    Telekenic Guy: What are you two F@*#&*g doing?
    Sam: Swearing in longhand askrisk mouth
  • coolsome;498856 said:
    Sam: Percent sign, Ampersand, Dollar Sign.
    Max: And colon, semi-colon too!
    Telekenic Guy: What are you two F@*#&*g doing?
    Sam: Swearing in longhand askrisk mouth
    honestly this is what the third / fourth flame war we've had?
  • coolguy721;498858 said:
    honestly this is what the third / fourth flame war we've had?

    Id hardly call any of them a war.
  • I think about it more and still find myself saying yes. Those old resolution backgrounds look awful when blown up on modern monitors. Or tvs.
  • I don't see why LA couldn't make a HtR: Special Edition like they did with Monkey Island: Special Edition, unless they would have to pay for the rights to re-release it from Purcell. However, with TTG focusing on other games, I think the S+M buzz has died down since it wasn't as big as MI originally, so they likely are looking at it as a big question mark for whether it will make them enough $$$ to be worth recoding it for modern PCs.

    As for my personal opinion, yes, I'd live to see a HtR:SE re-release, even if the changes were minimal just for compatibility.
  • Ashton;505962 said:
    unless they would have to pay for the rights to re-release it from Purcell.
    They would. They only possess the rights to re-release it in its existing form. They are not allowed to change it in any way.
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