Starbreeze Studios has recently announced two partnerships that mean it will publish and distribute both Dead by Daylight and Psychonauts 2. First, Starbreeze has partnered with Behaviour Digital and 505 Games to publish Xbox One and PS4 versions of the asymmetrical
Microsoft has today revealed the free games heading to Xbox Live Gold subscribers in January 2017. Here’s what the new year holds: Xbox 360 The Cave: 1-15 January 2017 Rayman Origins: 16-31 January 2017 Xbox 360 titles are backwards compatible
Double Fine’s Tim Schafer has taken to a Reddit AMA to talk Psychonauts 2. In it, Schafer revealed the game takes place mere hours after the original. Protagonist Raz is only “a few hours older” than last time, Schafer revealed, also
Double Fine’s latest classic to head to the PS4 is none other than the original Psychonauts. Joining the likes of Grim Fandango, Full Throttle and Day of the Tentacle, Psychonauts will only be a port of the PS2 classic rather than a full
Double Fine revealed a crowd funding campaign for Psychonauts 2‘s development and on the title’s Fig page, the developer makes mention of a sequel to Brutal Legend. Released in 2009, Brutal Legend starred Jack Black as Eddie Riggs, a Roadie who’s transported to a heavy
LucasArts classic adventure game Full Throttle is getting the remastered treatment courtesy of Double Fine and PlayStation. Like this year’s Grim Fandango and the upcoming Day of the Tentacle remaster, Full Throttle will be completely remastered and released for PC, PS4 and PS Vita. Double
Double Fine used the PlayStation Experience to announce Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin, a PlayStation VR standalone title that takes place shortly after the original Psychonauts. The game will also help bridge the gap between the original and the newly announced Psychonauts 2.
Double Fine’s Tim Schafer took to the stage at The Game Awards to announce Psychonauts 2. The studio is looking for backers for the project, akin to crowdfunding. Schafer confirmed that those who back the project will also get a share
Headlander is the next game from Tim Schafer’s Double Fine Productions. In Headlander — which is being published by Adult Swim — players control the last human head on earth as he/it tries to piece together humanity’s past. Headlander is headed (sorry) to
Microsoft yesterday detailed June’s free Games with Gold titles on Xbox One and Xbox 360. Over on Xbox One, you’ll be able to continue downloading Pool Nation FX for free, alongside Double Fine Productions’ Massive Chalice. The latter game began its
The Double Fine Adventure will finally be coming to a close on 29 April, as Broken Age Act 2 will arrive for PC. Also coming that day will be the complete PS4 edition, with cross-buy for PS Vita. Act 1 of
They sure don’t make ‘em like they used to. That’s the overriding thought I had throughout my – and it shames me to say it – first ever playthrough of Grim Fandango. It’s a classic for good reason. From the brilliantly
Grim Fandango Remastered is out today for PS Vita and PS4, but reports have emerged online of users suffering issues with their pre-orders and pre-loads of the game. A support thread has been posted on the PlayStation forums offering assistance to those
Double Fine’s Kickstarted adventure game Broken Age was due to have its second act launch by the end of 2014, however it’s been delayed into 2015. Posting on the official forums, Producer Greg Rice has announced that Act 2 will be delayed. “The
At Sony’s E3 press conference, it was confirmed that Tim Schafer’s Grim Fandango will be remastered and available on PS Vita and PS4. Scahfer’s Double Fine will work with another third-party developer to create the game. A release date for
Two years ago, developer Double Fine started what would become an historic Kickstarter campaign to fund a new point-and-click adventure game in the vein of Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle. Two years later, after a public and bumpy journey, we have the first act of that new adventure: Broken Age.