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Thank you Telltale

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Howdo,

Evere since i was a kid i loved the whole point and click adventure games. The comedy, the wit, the serious thinking and frustration when you get stuck, and then sheer delight when you work out what to do.

Ive played through all of your Sam and Max games, and have just downloaded episode one of wallace and gromit on the 360.

I just wanted to say thank you for keeping this genre alive. I understand theres probably not a very big market for point and click any more, but i want to say thanks to you guys, i get all the adventuring i need.

I think where you guys will get the big bucks is through consoles. Selling wallace and gromit through xbox live was the best idea ive seen in years. 800 points is definatly worth it.

Can you please release the Sam and Max series on the Xbox 360 through live. I think a lot of people will buy it, i know i will.

One last thing. A few requests that you probably always hear. Make some episodes of Grim Fandango, Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle, etc etc. My vote however if you can only remake one of the lucasarts adventures would be monkey island.

MONKEY ISLAND RULES!!!

Sam

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  • @Gbanja said:
    Can you please release the Sam and Max series on the Xbox 360 through live. I think a lot of people will buy it, i know i will.

    both sam and max seasons are going to be released on xbla


    One last thing. A few requests that you probably always hear. Make some episodes of Grim Fandango, Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle, etc etc. My vote however if you can only remake one of the lucasarts adventures would be monkey island.

    This probably won't happen however there is a fairly strong rumour that Monkey Island will be released on xbla

    EDIT: Telltale are made of pure awesome.

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    Shauntron Telltale Staff

    This thread has awesome timing.

  • @Shauntron said: This thread has awesome timing.

    Hahaha, true.

  • I hope Full Throttle is next ;)

  • Full Throttle was the first adventure game I played, more of that would be awesome in the right hands. Oh, right, there seem to be some.

  • I also want to say that you guys are fantastic, and not just for keeping the adventure genre alive with some really great games (although certainly that!). The way Telltale does... well, everything impresses me, from customer service (When the first sam and max DVD came out, I didn't have a DVD-ROM drive... you guys sent me a CD-ROM even though I was the only one with this issue, and still sent me the DVD to boot!) to giving the people what they want (Around the time TT formed, the cries for Sam and Max were everywhere, and you brought us Sam and Max. Almost as incessant were the demands for Monkey Island, and although it must have taken a lot of doing, now you've done that too). You guys really listen to and communicate with your fans, and I really appreciate it. Even in press releases and on the website, where most game companies would use stilted PR speak, Telltale communicates in a way that immediately sets a gamer like me at ease - "don't worry, man, we get it." There are only a few companies I can say this about (Atlus comes to mind).

    I hate to sound like an ass-kisser, but I guess there's no way around it when I feel as lucky as I do that you guys are out there doing what you do. Thanks.

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