I guess it also depends on how much in terms of resources they throw at the actual game. If they spend the extra money making the game bigger and better then I suppose I couldn't complain.
I'm curious as to what they can do with that kind of money as I recall reading that Full Throttle cost $1.5m and Day of the Tentacle was around $600,000. Obviously that was back in the day but given the increases in technology I'd love to see something like a proper Lucasfilm adventure game with hand-drawn backdrops etc.
In fact I still remember the first time I read a preview for Monkey Island 2 and I was utterly distraught that it was only going to be on PC as . All the beautiful backdrops and how Lucasfilm Games were going to revolutionise music with their IMuse system which altered it depending upon what you were doing.
Man I miss those days. I remember being hunched over my PC until the early hours playing the likes of Full Throttle & The Dig with 'proper' speech and music coming out of my stereo speakers!