MANSION OF MADNESS
Double Fine to Remaster Day of the Tentacle
“There were just some people at Disney, Sony and Lucasfilm that care about these games."
them when they were kids. I've been really impressed with the fact that these kind of deals have come together because there's so many reasons for this deal not to happen,” added Schafer.
While it’s still early days, Day of the Tentacle Remastered is expected to stay true to the original Chuck Jones-inspired art style, which means no sudden shift to 3D graphics. The remastered version will find its way to PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita soon. Another classic LucasArts adventure game is getting the remastering treatment, courtesy of Double Fine Productions. Like Grim Fandango Remastered, which is expected to launch in late January, Double Fine founder Tim Schafer was able to secure the permission from Lucasfilm to revisit the 1993 original.
“There were just some people at Disney, Sony and Lucasfilm that care about these games. They're old enough that some of these people who are executives played