Broken Age, the record-breaking Kickstarter game from Tim Schafer’s Double Fine Productions, looks like it might finally be coming to Xbox One. Several users of Reddit discovered that the game has received a rating by PEGI for release on Xbox One. PEGI is the European ratings board for video games and the rating suggests that the title will be heading to the platform in the near future.
The point-and-click adventure game was the first title of this genre that Schafer had worked on since Grim Fandango in 1998. It raised a then record amount of $3.45 million through a crowdfunding campaign and was developed in two separate acts. The first released in January of 2014 while the second part was available from April 2015.
Although it has never made its way to any Xbox console, it has released on a variety of platforms. This includes PC, Linux, Mac, Android, PlayStation 4, iOS, and PS Vita.
Last month during E3, Microsoft made a surprise announcement. The fact that they had scooped up yet another independent studio wasn’t the surprise — it’s more of a shock when they DON’T do that — but the identity of the studio sure was: Double Fine Productions, the award-winning adventure game
The original Psychonauts was one of the best 3D platformers ever made, but it came out during a glut of badly-designed 3D platformers that killed the genre. Time and ports to newer systems have grown its fanbase, however, and that fanbase was more than eager to partially crowdfund a proposed
Brutal Legend, Tim Schafer’s heavy metal-inspired action adventure romp, is available to purchase for free art the Humble Store. The special offer is open to anyone who has an active Steam account and the offer will end tomorrow, meaning you only have a limited time to grab it before it
Set to release in Spring 2018 on consoles and PC, Masters of Anima is an original adventure game that takes you deep into a world rocked by magic. You will battle against the forces of evil in strategic, action-packed battles, where your ability to make tactical decisions quickly is vital.