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Telltale: Episodic Day of the Tentacle is 'feasible'

Jem Alexander

Is Telltale single-handedly reinvigorating the point-and-click adventure genre with 15+ year old game licenses? Yeah, it is -- and you don't hear us complaining. First Sam & Max made a triumphant return in 3D and then E3 saw the announcement of a new episodic Monkey Island series from the studio. Now, talking to, Telltale's CEO Dan Connors said that "feasible is a good word" when asked about the chances of an episodic Day of the Tentacle series.

"I always think of Sam & Max, Day of the Tentacle and Monkey Island as the big three franchises," Connors continued. Seeing as two of the three are under the company's belt already, that makes DOTT the logical next step, but it's "having a 'wait and see' approach with Monkey." So if you want a new Day of the Tentacle series, you'd better buy -- and enjoy! -- The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition and Tales of Monkey Island and help usher in the next golden age of point and clicks.

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