But in the end I say that I'm glad that tim has gotten an overage but my main concern is his fidelitity to the PNC industry as most of his games are 3d microsoft driven games, Not saying that those games aren't nice, they just don't feed my personal nostalgia.
Psst, hey, secret information! Tim Schafer has worked on:
# 1990 Maniac Mansion (NES port), tools programmer, SCUMM (LucasArts)
# 1990 The Secret of Monkey Island, co-writer, programmer, additional designer (LucasArts)
# 1991 Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge, co-writer, programmer, additional designer (LucasArts)
# 1993 Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle, co-designer, co-producer, co-director, co-writer (LucasArts)
# 1995 Full Throttle, project leader, writer, designer (LucasArts)
So I don't think you have anything to worry about. The only reason he has a lot of 3D action games under his belt is because that's what publishing companies will publish.
Monkey Island is a pretty neat, little-known game, you should play it sometime, get to know this obscure guy's real flavour.