We can shut down the Internet and pretty much all gaming related stuff today; nothing will beat this. Once again, through some IP ownership miracle, Sony, Walt Disney, LucasArts, Tim Schafer, and Double Fine Productions have all inked a seemingly impossible deal, and that means we’re getting a Full Throttle Remastered.
Full Throttle, a heavy metal infused, point-and-click adventure game, was released in 1995. Built on the SCUMM engine, the game developed a cult following before eventually disappearing into obscurity. Now, in a similar vein to the recent Grim Fandango Remastered offering, and the upcoming Day of the Tentacle Remastered, Full Throttle will ride once again.
The game is heading to PC and PlayStation platforms sometime in 2017. Yep, there’s still quite a wait for this one, but it will be the final title in the trilogy of games that Schafer worked on with LucasArts.
Source: Double Fine