Speaking with The Guardian, Craig Derrick of LucasArts hinted at possibly bringing the game to another platform.
Well, we never said we wouldnít be on Wiiware or PSN now did we? The truth is, though, Xbox Live offers a great user experience and downloadable service to gamers and we think itís a great platform to launch the game on. And, of course, the game will also be available on PC via digital download, plus we may have another platform announcement to make very, very soon.
Which is good news for fans who want to experience the remake on their televisions but donít own a 360. But the game has full HD-sized backgrounds, which will most likely make the file size nothing to scoff at. Anything over 1GB would have to make it to the Playstation Network, but if it were somehow smaller than that it will most likely make it to a handheld or WiiWare, considering the nature of point-and-click gameplay.
There is still no release date set for Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition, but it is slated for release sometime in July. Fingers crossed it will sell well enough for them to make more LucasArts classics
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