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  1. I'd say this could certainly provide a solid base for remasters. The Grim Fandango backgrounds look incredible, and would already work much better in the Remastered version than the upscales used now. Here are many more from Grim: https://imgur.com/a/bIlY7pW and https://imgur.com/a/uZJPXvq Also Escape from Monkey Island... wtf?
  2. A tiny request: Would it be possible to sort the tracks in the soundtrack jukebox chronologically instead of alphabetically? Makes much more sense...
  3. You can choose the language in the options menu.
  4. Scroll down, it's there Just watched it for now, gonna read the whole piece later. Nice find! So that confirms a few of the uncertainties: - The Gone Jackals music stems seem to be available in high quality, otherwise the beginning of "Legacy" without lyrics wouldn't be there. - Cloned bikers be gone - Bens fingers on the bike handle = fixed
  5. Those aren't minor glitches though. Even stuff like Ben's hands behind the bike handles are still in there, so if this is a current build, why didn't they just show parts of the game that were more polished? If problems like these are still present throughout the game, a month would be really little time to fix all of these...
  6. Is the version of the game shown in GOG's Twitch-stream with Tim the current build? Because it still has quite a bit of graphical glitches (like disappearing shadows, lighting changes once a special animation starts, too dark muzzle flashes and search lights and even the original 320x240-version of the game flickering up when the police jet lands), even in the few minutes shown there. On the other hand the contrast issues of Ben's bike have been fixed, so it at least gotta be a newer build than what was used for the trailer.
  7. Are you considering localized versions of the "Full Throttle" logo? The original had the main logo both on the box and the game at least in German... don't know if there were logo versions for other languages as well.
  8. Bringing this back up, has anybody tried completing the official "Director's Cut"-soundtrack with the music extracted from the game via the Double Fine Explorer? I think there's still some music missing from the official OST.
  9. Mini making-of: http://m.ign.com/articles/2016/12/14/full-throttle-remastered-tim-schafer-on-bringing-his-best-selling-adventure-game-back-a-ign-first But I hope 2PP will create a more in-depth one as well...
  10. That does sound very good indeed And wow, 3D Studio R3, that's been a while. I started with R4 for DOS and during my professional life I lived through each iteration of 3ds max starting at version 1. The DOS version was a really sweet tool for its time though
  11. Oh yeah, speaking of the concept art browser. I'd love it if DF would implement a zoom function this time around, thus not limiting the artwork resolution to 1080p, like with DOTT. The Monkey Island SEs had their concept art at crazy high resolution, plus the ability to zoom into them inside the artwork browser.
  12. Double Fine should just go ahead and sell Bone to Pick (maybe even a remastered version of the album) in their online store. And another CD with Peter McConnell's music to the game.
  13. I guess this just refers to the actual "Broken Age" game in the box, which comes on a DVD, no matter which format the documentary has.
  14. Obviously he said "score"... so this should cover Peter McC's contributions to the soundtrack.
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