To clarify what that means, we asked A.N. Group representatives and were told "We've got some major plans ... it's really really interesting stuff." More specifically, we asked if a Rook game will show up on major consoles or something more ... casual. "I would never frown on any format or any idea of that nature, but as far as the modules for the iPhones with touch -- I'm much more interested in the console or PC format," creative consultant Brady Baya told us. "It's still very much in the infancy stage -- I think there's some connections with EA, but really we're gonna network with all the major players to see who has a take on what. I'm thinking there's huge potential for an MMO as well as an adventure platform as far as where we wanna go with it."
This, of course, begs the question -- if Restin can travel through time, shouldn't he already know where he'll end up? Ohhh no, now we're having an existential crisis. Man, this always happens.