Coming from a Joystiq interview with Tim Schafer... "Costume Quest has a special power. Everybody thinks about it every year around Halloween. That's why we made a sequel." Check out the full feature here
Double Fine's catalog is defined by eclectic variety, with its previous efforts ranging from alternate-history tower defense games to RTS-infused brawlers. To date, however, none of the studio's games has seen a sequel. What, then, made the...
Gang Beasts is fun as heck. That's probably why Double Fine picked it up. And now you can pick it up as it's come to Steam on Early Access. I played it for a good while last week. Laughs and cries of exaltation were common. Because it...Show More Summary
?As I learned music, I gradually observed that my experiments with alternate key levels and hierarchies, as basis for my own handling of tonalities and even tone-rows, lent themselves better to triple periods than double. It appearsShow More Summary
Double Fine has the original Grim Fandango running on PS4, with some joystick tweaks so it controls smoother. In the development video, they talk about things they want to address, like the compression, and things they want to keep the same, down to the aspect ratio. This is basically the original Grim Fandango running on PS4 at the moment. Show More Summary
Greg and Marty are insanely excited for Double Fine's sequel. Here's why.
I believe that Double Fine's latest venture into indie publishing, Gang Beasts, is one of the most realistic depictions of combat ever seen in a game. This is because 90 percent of fights are sloppy, awkward affairs where all involved fall down and give each other angry hugs. Read more...
Psychonauts and Broken Age developer Double Fine has released a 29-minute developer walkthrough video detailing its upcoming turn-based strategy game Massive Chalice. Looking like a cross between XCOM and Rogue Legacy, Massive Chalice is a blend of turn-based tactical combat and long-running strategy. Show More Summary
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Double Fine's Brad Muir walks us through the studio's ambitious strategy game.
Check out the first footage from Double Fine's upcoming sequel.
Costume Quest, like every Double Fine game, is charming. It's a fresh-feeling, low stakes take on the JRPG genre, more Earthbound than Final Fantasy. Though, as Chad put it in his review, it's "RPG Lite," accessible for all ages. Double Fine doesn't want to sacrifice that, but does want to make Costume Quest 2's combat a bit more engaging. Show More Summary
We've heard little from Massive Chalice in the year and change since its successful crowdfunding campaign that took in over a million dollars following Double Fine's even more successful campaign for Broken Age. Just like that, though (imagine I snapped my fingers), it exists. Show More Summary
LA Galaxy proved their class once again with a fine 4-1 victory over one of the best teams in the MLS. Alan Gordon opened the scoring for LA on 2 minutes. Omar Gonzalez doubled the lead. Baggio Husidic made it 3-0 just before the break. Alex Caskey pulled a goal back for DC but Landon […]
By Larry Fine NEW YORK (Reuters) - Chinese doubles specialist Peng Shuai supplied a shocking start to the second round of the U.S. Open by upsetting fourth-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland 6-3 6-4 on a hot, humid Wednesday at Flushing Meadows. Show More Summary
If you've been watching Unprofessional Fridays, you know Giant Bomb's love for Gang Beasts, the hilariously weird local multiplayer brawler. Even better? Double Fine is making it part of its "Double Fine Presents" lineup.With DoubleShow More Summary
Coming from a International Game Developer Association survey... 1. Valve 2. My own company 3. Activision Blizzard 4. BioWare 5. Ubisoft 6. Current employer 7. Nintendo 8. Naughty Dog 9. Double Fine 10. Bethesda Game Studios Link
Double Fine COO Justin Bailey explains how his crowdfunding project survived even when it was hugely short on cash.
Gang Beasts is a silly, brutal brawler starring four jelly-boned fighters in local co-op matches, and it's now getting publishing support from Double Fine. The game comes from three brothers at UK studio Boneloaf, and it combines ragdoll physics,...