CEO Dan Connors of Telltale sees it as one of the "big three franchises," and as they already have the other two (Sam & Max, Monkey Island) they'd love to complete the set.
"We’ll see. It all depends on how it goes. Hopefully it works out for both companies and it just is a no brainer to keep adding the franchises on," said Connors of more episodic goodness, specifically about a Day of Tentacle resurrection. "I would say feasible is a good word."
"To me I always think of the big three as, and maybe it’s just because of when I was playing and when I was first starting at LucasArts, I always think of Sam & Max, Day of the Tentacle and Monkey Island as the big three franchises," he told .
"Having access to Steve and access to Dave Grossman and everything else... I really love Day of the Tentacle."
To help reign in expectations, Connors points out: "We’re certainly not there yet on it, and we’re just having a “wait and see” approach with Monkey. Hopefully everyone that plays the Special Edition and plays Tales really enjoy what the games bring, which is the great stories and characters of Guybrush and Elaine and LeChuck."
LucasArts' The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition arrives this summer for XBLA and PC. Telltale Games' Tales of Monkey Island will begin its episodic run from July 7th on PC and Wii.