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
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
Psychonauts 2 is still happening. The dream sequel to the cult classic platformer was announced last year, but there has been only silence from the studio behind it, Double Fine. Today brought confirmation that yes, it’s still a thing, and work-in-progress footage was produced to prove it (which is more
Awesome news if you like humor, platformers, good games, or things that make you happy in general. Tim Schafer’s incredible 2003 sleeper hit Psychonauts is now available on the Playstation Store! Too bad Sony doesn’t…actually…know about it. Or at least, whoever is in charge of the release list doesn’t know.
Sequels are an integral part of the gaming industry. Just like with other entertainment mediums, successful titles are seen as perfect examples for further exploiting. It makes sense, as fans who have already enjoyed a particular game are likely to want to purchase further entries in the series. This makes
Do you find it bold to declare Grim Fandango the best adventure game ever, when there are so many other high quality candidates in the genre like The Longest Journey, Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars and The Day of the Tentacle? You’ll have to take it up with my
Double Fine has revealed that the remastered version of Grim Fandango will be coming to the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC. The developer announced the news in a tweet that confirmed the game would also be coming to PC, Mac, and Linux. Double Fine first announced the remastered version
Tim Schafer has been asked a question, via his official Twitter account concerning the likelihood of Double Fine’s ‘Kickstarter’ project appearing on the Wii U console….