The lights are on
Sega has made no official announcement of plans to publish Ron Gilbert's Double Fine game, but the evidence is strong.
Sega recently posted the above left image on its Twitter account, and if you take the character designs that Ron Gilbert has been teasing on his blog and place them into the image, they fit right in, as you can see in the image on the above right.
We recently received a puzzle teasing the game, that doubled as an invite to Double Fine's press event at E3 next month, so maybe we will hear some kind of announcement then.
[via Sega Bits]
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Probably going to have greenish hills and Tails flying in the background. And delays.
Hey Sega, nice work...
Wow I haven't said that in a very long time, almost sounds wrong.
Cool! Good for Sega! A step in a good direction.
I hope this game will be nearly half as good as I intended hoping it to be, yet i'm not making any sincere promises as to how much faith I hold in such a game. Know what i mean?
Smart move SEGA!
Good for them.
Why are they all standing so awkwardly away from the fire?
Sega picks up so many games. I wish they were a more successful publisher. But then again, if they found their "Call of Duty", they'd probably turn into a sh*tty, soulless money machine like Activision. Focusing on a scant few "sure thing" franchises and annualizing them to a swift, creative death. I'm glad they're no Activision; they never would've picked up a Double Fine Adventure if they were.
I wish sega would make a huge comeback in the video game market. They brought so many great games back in the 90's and since then its been hit and miss. Hopefully this will be a hit for them.
I thought Sega said they were only sticking to sure things now.