Tagged:  Double Fine

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You Can Go Home Again: Grim Fandango and Revisiting Classics of the Past

Written by (@imonahorse) on March 4, 2015 in Features

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Did you ever have a friend that you’ve known forever, hung out with, went through the fires with and was your best bud through thick and thin? Then you grew up and you realized you and this person no longer have anything in common anymore besides those memories of days past? Remember how disappointing that… Read More »


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XBLA Weekly: January 23, 2013

Written by (@galactic_rhyme) on January 23, 2013 in Features

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Welcome back from the two-week absence of XBLA Weekly. It’s been quiet in the downloadable world of XBLA for a few weeks since the release of Retro City Rampage. This week finally brings us a new game and a little bit of news from Microsoft. From the minds of Double Fine and Ron Gilbert, Xbox Live Arcade… Read More »


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Double Fine’s The Cave Gets a Price and Release Date

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on January 15, 2013 in News

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The Cave, being brought to you by video game darling Double Fine and point and click adventure mastermind, Ron Gilbert, finally has a launch date and price. The Wii U and PlayStation Network versions will launch on Tuesday, January 22. Steam and Xbox Live Arcade versions will launch a day later on January 23. The… Read More »


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Sesame Street’s Most Wanted

Written by (@therealbigwall) on December 15, 2011 in Opinion

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In my review for the latest Sesame Street game, Once Upon A Monster, I explained that my biggest issue was that it just didn’t feel like the Sesame Street that I loved. Playing through the game, I just couldn’t help the feeling that it was missing something.  It was as if I was tasting a… Read More »


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Developer Diaries for “Once Upon A Monster” Released

Written by (@therealbigwall) on December 6, 2011 in News

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It’s almost been two month’s since the doubly fine people at Double Fine Productions unleashed the furry with Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster upon the public and they have released a few developer diaries that explain the challenges of bringing the kid friendly co-op game to consumers. Each video was shot with a different… Read More »


Tim Schafer’s Once Upon A Monster Pitch

Tim Schafer’s Once Upon A Monster Pitch

Written by (@leftybrown) on July 12, 2011 in News

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In perhaps the cutest thing you will find on Youtube this week, sleepy kittens or babies notwithstanding, comes Tim Schafer’s “pitch” for a new game coming this Fall for the Xbox 360 for Kinect.


The Gaming Curmudgeon: Shooter Fatigue

The Gaming Curmudgeon: Shooter Fatigue

Written by (@johncatuira) on March 21, 2011 in Opinion

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Call of Duty: Black Ops, Modern Warfare 2, and yes, even Halo: Reach.  Bah! Spazz shooters, all of them.  I use the word ‘spazz’ only because I’ve made a troublesome discovery. I use the word ‘spazz’ because, well, I’m just no good at those types of multiplayer shooters anymore.  I reserve the right lash out… Read More »