Cooking competitions Iron Chef and Top Chef cross over into the realm of a fantastical fantasy platformer in Battle Chef Brigade. Developed by Trinket Games, a band of digital cooks made up of vets from Disney Interactive's Wideload Games, Battle...
Battle Chef Brigade is a video game stew that's one part Iron Chef, one part brawler, and one part Hayao Miyazaki. My childhood, basically. It looks glorious, and now I am very hungry. Read more...
I love cooking, as you hopefully well know. The initial inspiration for A la cartridge was Iron Chef, though it ended up something completely different. And so here is a game that speaks tenderly to my soul. Battle Chef Brigade, now doing some crowdfunding, is what you'd get if Iron Chef contestants had to go out and kill their own food to serve. Show More Summary
Leading up to PAX Prime, Clapfoot released a trailer for its base defense shooter Fortified. It caught my eye for a few reasons, notably the '50s sci-fi movie theme and its general resemblance to Double Fine's Iron Brigade (formerly Trenched). Show More Summary
In what will up the ante for food nerdery forever, Chicago-based game company Trinket Studios will soon unleash a video game hybrid combining a fantasy epic with a cooking game: According to GameSpot, the plot of Battle Chef Brigade...
This month Xbox Live Gold members will have access to two new titles as part of the Game for Gold promotion that Xbox has been running these past few months. Just earlier, Larry …
The next additions to Games With Gold promotion have been revealed as eclectic tower defense shooter Iron Brigade, and the whimsical city-building game World of Keflings. According to Xbox spokesman Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb, World of Keflings will make its Xbox Live debut on November 1. Show More Summary
Games With Gold program also offers Iron Brigade. Microsoft has revealed the two games to be made available free for Xbox Live Gold members in November. Click here to read the full article
The Games with Gold titles for November are Ninjabee's relaxing city builder A World of Keflings and Double Fine's enjoyable multiplayer mech romp Iron Brigade. Those will become free for Xbox Live Gold members on November 1 and November...Show More Summary
Sony today revealed its November lineup of free games for premium members and Microsoft, bless its little white cotton socks, has too. November's 'Games With Gold' titles for Xbox Live Gold members will be Double Fine's Iron Brigade (née Trenched) and A World of Keflings.
A World of Keflings and Iron Brigade are your next free Xbox 360 Games with Gold titles, Microsoft has announced. NinjaBee's kingdom-building adventure A World of Keflings is available from 1st November to 15th November. Double Fine Productions' tower defense shooter Iron Brigade is available from 16th November to 30th November. Show More Summary
Thumping sounds of helicopter blades kicked up swirls of dirt as Soldiers directed 4th Combat Aviation Brigade aircraft to sling-load equipment as part of a field training exercise on Fort Carson, July 25. The 2nd General Support Aviation Battalion, 4th [...]
7 Days to Die has got to be one of the most ambitious indie offering on the horizon. It combines the voxel-based sandbox of Minecraft with the open-world zombie horror of DayZ or State of Decay, the fort-defense of Iron Brigade, and the RPG elements of Borderlands complete with skill trees. Show More Summary
6 great games for one low price: $9.99. The Oh So Fine and Dandy Bundle includes the following games: Brutal Legend Costume Quest Iron Brigade Psychonauts
Double Fine has launched a Kickstarter project for Massive Chalice, a feudal fantasy-themed tactical strategy game for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Headed up by Iron Brigade creator Brad Muir, Massive Chalice boasts a multi-generational single-player campaign in which heroes grow old and die as the story progresses. Show More Summary
The Iron Brigade team at Double Fine is looking to crowdfund Massive Chalice.
Tim Schafer tells Game Informer that his studio, Double Fine, still is trying to buy back the rights to Stacking and Costume Quest from the dissolved THQ, and also Brütal Legend from EA and Iron Brigade (formerly Trenched) from Microsoft. "We can still make more of those games," he says. Read more...
The Amnesia Fortnight sessions at Double Fine have been a sort of open secret at Tim Schafer's Double Fine development studios. People can point to what's come out of those brainstorming marathons, in the form of Iron Brigade, Costume Quest and Stacking. Show More Summary
Recent Double Fine Productions fruits including Costume Quest and Iron Brigade were borne of the studio's 'Amnesia Fortnights,' where everyone sets aside their regular work to prototype wacky new ideas. Now Double Fine is opening that...Show More Summary
Double Fine's first "Amnesia Fortnight" event resulted in prototypes that became all the company's recent games: Costume Quest, Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster, Stacking, and Iron Brigade. For the latest iteration of the internal game jam, the company has opened up the process to you!No, you don't get to make prototypes for Double Fine games. Show More Summary