Originally Posted by lattsam
I have not been at it for eight years. More like, four years, actually.
And why do you always insist that it is the truth when there is a chance, although small, that the outcome could be changed?
Remember, there is a campaign to bring back Mega Man Legends 3 that Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune openly supports, so who knows? If that campaign takes off, there's no telling what would happen with Sam and Max: Freelance Police!
So seriously... please think about that.
Unless you have a million dollars to finance the development of the game with no guarantee on your investment, it's not going to happen. The game is severely outdated and would involve way too many licensing issues.
But apparently you live in a magical world where a programmer simply presses a button to make a game magically re-create itself from the ground up, and where there are no intellectual property laws.
Telltale has the rights to make Sam and Max games. There is no incentive whatsoever for them to spend a giant pile of money to buy the rights to Freelance Police back from Lucasarts, and that's assuming Lucasarts would ever sell them (they won't). They can just make a new game any time they feel like it, without paying Lucasarts a cent.
And guess what? Even if they did, by some inexplicably twisted abortion of logic, decide to buy the rights to Freelance Police, your precious Bill Farmer and Nick Jameson would not reprise their roles
You are delusional and have mental problems. Are you still stalking everyone that has ever worked at Lucasarts or Telltale?