“It was very clear that we were kind of the redheaded stepchild,” said a source of Disney’s shuttering of LucasArts. “We kinda came along with the hot mum being the film properties.”
There’s a saying I just made up: every video game ever made looks better interpreted as an early 1990s Lucasarts adventure game. That rule also applies to film adaptations.
This is a dream come true. During an interview with Joystiq, LucasArts CEO Darrell Rodriguez “hinted” that they’re looking at bringing their old point and click adventure games to the iPhone. That is, if you classify saying, “wink wink, nod nod” about such a scenario as hinting.