TweetHere’s long-time SF blogger 40 Going On 28 going on about what really grinds his gears: Urban Etiquette: Motoring in the City And all that’s fine, for the most part. But here’s your nugget, San Francisco driving culture-wise: 4. Double Parking: Is It For Me? The advice about not parking “anywhere near an intersection” is […]
Juventus moved provisionally four points clear atop Serie A with a 3-1 victory at Cagliari on Thursday. Carlos Tevez fired the visitors ahead in just the third minute, Arturo Vidal doubling the lead 12 minutes later with a fine curling strike. Show More Summary
Video game developer and publisher Double Fine announced that they would be remastering the classic 1993 graphic adventure game Day of the Tentacle, which was originally designed by Dave Grossman and Tim Schafer while at LucasArts. The announcement was recently made at PlayStation Experience on December 6th and 7th at The Sands Expo and Convention […]
The latest swath of huge discounts to hit Steam focuses on developer Double Fine and slashes prices on the studio's games dating back to the classic adventure Psychonauts. Though the entirety of Double Fine's offerings are available at hefty discoun...
Rounding out the trend of Double Fine games coming to Sony's consoles just short of Massive Chalice, which you should all be playing, is Broken Age. It began as the Double Fine Adventure Kickstarter that exploded, the first act cameShow More Summary
Over the weekend, Double Fine announced that the drunkard-on-ice-skates brawler would be making its way to PlayStation 4 next year, the same day it launches on PC (getting out of its current Early Access availability). Gang Beasts is fun as hell, but does anyone actually own four PS4 controllers? If so, maybe lend your pal Steven a few bones, Mr. Show More Summary
Double Fine have confirmed that their remastered edition of classic 1998 adventure game Grim Fandango will be released on 27 January, along with a new trailer. The new version of the game has been optimised for modern PCs and will also...Show More Summary
Death comes for us all, but on January 27, it comes for your PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in the form of Grim Fandango Remastered. Sony revealed the release date for the Double Fine adventure game (not to be confused with the Double Fine Advent...
A whole new generation of gamers will finally get to play Day of the Tentacle, one of the greatest adventure games ever created, thanks to a newly-announced remaster from Double Fine. Read more...
Day of the Tentacle is getting a remastered Special Edition for PS4, Vita, PC, Mac and Linux, Double Fine founder Tim Schafer announced at the PlayStation Experience keynote. Schafer was the lead on the original game, so he and the fine folks at Double Fine will be handling this restoration. Show More Summary
Double Fine's Broken Age will launch on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on the same "day and date" that the second half of Broken Age's PC version launches, studio founder Tim Schafer announced during the PlayStation Experience keynote. Additiona...
Today at Sony's PlayStation Experience event, Double Fine announced a joint collaboration between the two. Day of the Tentacle is coming to the PS4 and Vita in the form of a Special Edition release. As PC fans know this is a pretty huge deal, as it's one of the most beloved adventure games of the 90s and beyond.
Tim Schafer is never “off.” The funnyman game designer and founder of studio house Double Fine Productions is constantly cracking jokes, even when he’s trying to be serious. So when we had a chance to interview him about his upcoming adventure game, Grim Fandango Remastered, we didn’t even try to play it straight (for the most part).
The PlayStation 20th anniversary that spawned this limited edition, PS1-themed PS4 continues its nostalgia fest over at the PlayStation Blog, where developers like Tim Schafer (Double Fine), Neil Druckmann (Naughty Dog), and Keiji Inafune...Show More Summary
Broken Age, the adventure game from Double Fine Games, was supposed to be released in its entirety in 2014. That’s not going to be the case, according to a producer on the Double Fine forums. The second and concluding act of the game is now scheduled to be released “early next year.” Broken Age, if […]
It seems like forever ago that Double Fine ran their then-record breaking Kickstarter for a brand new Tim Schafer-developed point-and-click adventure game, but in actuality it was just back in March of 2012. That adventure game is what eventually came to be Broken Age, and it's had a somewhat rocky development. The game took longer
On one hand, I don't think Double Fine really did anything subversive with their Kickstarter for Broken Age. Announced as Double Fine Adventure, the game naturally grew into something more expensive after it blew past its goal, and did extra things like hire Elijah Wood and Jack Black. Show More Summary
Broken Age Act 2 will arrive in early 2015, developer Double Fine has said. The Kickstarter-funded adventure game's concluding half is now in a playable alpha state, with just the game's finale yet to be completed. Double Fine testers who have played through the rest of the episode report that it should last between eight and 12 hours. Read more…
Double Fine's Broken Age raised $3.3 million on Kickstarter back in 2012, but creator and studio founder Tim Schafer admitted last year that he wrote a a game "so big that it would need even more money." Thus, Broken Age was split in twain, and the f...
The second half of Double Fine's adventure game Broken Age won't be out by the end of 2014. The studio revealed this weekend that they need more time to wrap up the project.Click To Continue Reading