Looks like this released last week on Steam/Gog. Sounds like a good package-new art, uncompressed audio, and the requisite updates to work on modern systems. Price also seems reasonable for what it is, but I'm actually a little curious how well it holds up. I remember thinking that Full Throttle wouldn't get the full remake treatment, and yet here we are! It's great that it's available.
The real question after seeing this released though is "what's next"? It looks like DF was trying to get all of TIm's old games out and available, and now they've got what should be the full catalog. Anyone think they'll try to mine the rest of the Lucasarts stuff? There are still a few things missing in action:
-Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis:It's on Gog and Steam already (which I actually forgot about until I just checked whether I owned it), but it'd be a cool project to revisit and modernize a bit.
-Monkey Island 3 and 4: These are (as far as I know) completely unavailable, but I remember them as being pretty good actually. I'm pretty sure that 3 shares some tech with Full Throttle, and that 4 ran on the Grim engine, so some of the leg work is probably done already.
-Maniac Mansion: You can sort of play this already (via the DOTT remaster), but a standalone release with a graphics overhaul would be neat to see.
Ok, so maybe that list isn't as big as I thought-are there any other games that I'm missing completely from the Lucasarts back catalog? I can think of more Sierra stuff that's MIA, but it seems like the Lucas games are pretty well covered at this point.