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The remastered version of the classic LucasArts point-and-click adventure game Day of the Tentacle is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Vita. It's definitely one of the greats, and with a faithful touch-up of the visuals and the ability to switch between new and old interfaces, its certainly a must for fans of the game. Or even newcomers who want to experience one of the funniest games of all time. To commemorate the release a fantastic making of video has been released that provides some great insight into remaster process, and a glimpse at the Lucasfilm Archives.

Clearly, having access to the original tapes from the vocal sessions and original concept and background art, helped Day of the Tentacle Remastered stay true to the original.



With the remastered version of Full Throttle on the cards, just knowing that it will be getting the same treatment, is like finding out Santa Claus is real. And, due to a technicality, you're not on the naughty list.



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