Anakin - it is very simple. If you cruise up to the store above and purchase and play the tell tale games available, then you will see 2 primary things.
1: They are almost identical in structure. Small screens, a few clickable items, episodic in nature, etc..
2: More recent games have begun to rely heavily on quick time events.
Other than maybe Poker Night at the Inventory, they all fall into this category. For some licenses this is great, and for others it fails.
Over the past several months, the fine folks here in these forums have made it very clear what they expect and hope for in a KQ games.
Short episodic screens with a few clickable items and quick time events has never once been mentioned on anyone's wishlist.
So while we all have this glimmer of hope in the back of our heads that telltale will break their formula for this series and release something the fans have asked for, it would be delusional to think there is a good chance of that happening.
Too long, didn't read? There is evidence in every game TT has released that their version of KQ would not be something I, or many others here, would be interested in. There is no evidence what-so-ever that they will break formula and release something I desire.
If they want to change my mind, then they need to release a screenshot or details that proves me wrong - not the other way around. I am the consumer, and it is telltales job to make me want to buy the game. You seem to think it is your job to be excited and happy over a project you know nothing about in the face of the fact that all similar projects are not something that would generally be considered acceptable in the world of King's Quest type gameplay.
Still Too long, didn't read? There is absolutely no reason to give anyone the 'benefit of the doubt' at this point.