Leisure Suit Larry - the last one Al Lowe made (LSL7) was the best in the series. Plans to make its sequel were shelved then axed due to lack of funding and confidence, I'm led to believe. Sierra/Vivendi Universal lost their way with MCL (but I still enjoyed it) and BOB got such terrible reviews that places like Amazon are dropping prices to £6 just to get rid of the damn things! The original Larry franchise lends itself perfectly to the episodic format and TT have a reputation for hauling the original design teams in. To top this, at the beginning of another thread, it appeared a forum member got in contact with Al Lowe about this and he didn't say no (personally, I think he wants his character back and revert Larry's reputation to an extremely witty tease).
DuckTales - I loved that show when I was a child! This too would fit an episodic format perfectly. Disney are far too busy with High School Musical sequels and Pirates of the Caribbean to worry about a forgotten thing such as DT. If TT politely drop Disney a line, enquiring the possibility of negotiating a licence, they might get it. If they can get Monkey Island off LucasArts, I believe TT are geniuses when it comes to bargaining!
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