Yeah. LucasArts won't sell the rights to their games, but as we know with Star Wars & Indy Jones, they're open to having third parties develop games using their licenses which they then publish.
Same as Telltale using the CSI license to make games for Ubisoft.
The old interview with Dan regarding the LucasArts licenses is still very positive.
Game Informer: A lot of those LucasArts franchises are still very popular – you spoke about Day of the Tentacle. Is there a chance you’ll be able to wrangle a few more of those away for more episodes? Are you working on that at all?
Dan Connors: It’s definitely on our minds and it’s definitely something we think about. Maybe I can give you more information a while from now. It’s definitely something that makes good sense to everybody. For them it’s the same thing. For them it’s "What’s the business model? What’s the retail model?" It’s not their type of game – it’s not Star Wars, it’s not with the movie, with the lightsaber – an action game. When trying to do the two things at the same time it makes it challenging. They’ve been trying to figure out the right solution, and hopefully Telltale is part of it.