Originally Posted by Finn
So, if there's going to be a new Indy game, its developers must certainly put some actual work on it to clear the bar. The time when one could quickly mash together a simple third-person action game, with uninspired features, and have it loosely follow some movie's plot, seems to be a thing of the past. There's no such thing as making a "quick" buck in today's video game industry, save for deliberately going down the retro road. In fact, Disney canning its own Infinity product is a good example of this.
Even mobile games need to have some original catches and hooks to them - perhaps even more prominently than what is required on the traditional AAA field - because that market is actually the most heavily contested these days.
I hope so. I sincerely hope so. And........ I think you're right. Here's hoping they get the boulder rolling soon!