Beyond Good & Evil 2, Grim Fandango, And Monkey Island: E3 Rumors!

Posted: May 14 2009, 12:30pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:23pm CDT , in E3


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We've got a heaping plate of rumors for all of you gamers eagerly waiting to see what E3 has in store for your favorite hobby.

We'll start it of with some bad news: Beyond Good & Evil 2 is not, I repeat, not going to be shown at E3 2009. Ubisoft will be bringing Assassin's Creed 2, the new Avatar game, and the latest Splinter Cell, but that's it. Ubi's given no reason for BG&E 2's absence, but I'm hopeful that it's because they're going all out and don't want to release a demo before everything is close to perfect.

Now some good news. Destructoid just released info that LucasArts intends to use E3 as an opportunity to bring back one of their great, classic game franchises. Which franchise is unknown, but 'Grim Fandago' was mentioned as a possibility, as was the 'Monkey Island' series. Of course, this rumor could also be referring to a new Indiana Jones game in the vein of the old Atlantis one.

Whatever the truth is, the news that LucasArts is bringing back one of their old greats is certain to send the gaming community into shivers of gleeful anticipation. Some of the best games ever made were LucasArts adventure games. If they can recapture the same spirit that went into the original games, they'll have a cash-geyser on their hands.

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