LucasArts cancels Full Throttle

The multiplatform 3D follow-up to Tim Schafer's classic adventure game is no longer in production.

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In a very brief statement, LucasArts has announced that it has stopped production on Full Throttle: Hell on Wheels. "We do not want to disappoint the many fans of Full Throttle, and hope everyone can understand how committed we are to delivering the best-quality gaming experience that we possibly can," said Simon Jeffery, president of LucasArts.

The follow-up to Tim Schafer's 1995 adventure game Full Throttle made its last public appearance in May at E3 2003. To get a look at the work in progress, check out our previous coverage of Full Throttle: Hell on Wheels.

Discussion

10 comments
Defenseman13
Defenseman13

Crap. I just read this now, after rediscovering the original. I saw that there was a sequel and became very excited.


Dammit.

RedneckGamer87
RedneckGamer87

Noooooo, Geex Lucas Arts what the hell are you doing besides continuing some of the work of there best games.

NateoPotato94
NateoPotato94

NOOOOOOOOO!!! Full Throttle was one of my favorite games!!! why?!?! why?!??!?!?!

dogmavskarma
dogmavskarma

I agree with "i hate you guys dumb lucusarts"

kutscera
kutscera

i hate you guys dumb lucusarts

kutscera
kutscera

they canclled sam and max now they cancelled full throttle!

Calibur3x
Calibur3x

i liked the first. oh well its too bad they didnt make a sequal, i may have enjoyed it

Alphidius
Alphidius

You said it pal, you said it....

jaredcrazy3232
jaredcrazy3232

uhg the end of the classic adventure games in N. America is upon us... i just hope they dont do this to other games that were worthy of remaking...