Tag: Double Fine
With Day of the Tentacle Remastered now part of this month’s PS+ free games, I thought it would be the perfect time to revisit this revamped classic. It’s a classic for a reason, and now more people will get a chance to see how great it is!
Grim Fandango, one of the all-time greatest games ever, was remastered and released on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita last year. How did it hold up after its upgrade into the 21st century? Come read our Grim Fandango Remastered review to find out!
Not content with announcing a crowdfunging campaign for the development of Psychonauts 2, Double Fine also decided to share with everyone that theyâ€™re working on ANOTHER Psychonauts game. This one will be developed for the PlayStation VR, and is …
Double Fine got in touch with us to talk about Day of the Tentacle, and how they’re working on an HD remastered version for the game for PlayStation platforms! The new version of this 1993 point-and-click classic will include the option of switching between the original look and the HD remaster look, and it will also offer Cross-Save and Cross-Buy between the PlayStation Vita and the PlayStation 4 versions.
You’ll need to wait until 2016 to enjoy this release from start to finish, but be sure to click after the break to check out more screens for the game as well as a comparison of the old graphics vs. the new look so that you can see how much things are changing while still retaining the charm of the original.
Because of the demand by numerous fans, Double Fine has decided to make Psychonauts, one of the most beloved, quirky titles on the PS2, available on the PlayStation Store as a PS2 Classic. If you’ve been waiting for this …
Tim Schaferâ€™s innovative studio Double Fine, which brought us titles like Psychonauts, Brutal Legend, and Costume Quest (which we reviewed), released the Russian doll-based action/puzzler Stacking to PSN and XBLA on February 8, 2011. In the charming world of the game, you play a Russian nesting doll who must rescue his family from an evil industrial magnate by completing various puzzles in locales like a train terminus, a luxury steamer, and swanky zeppelin. The a-historical setting of the game is an England that canâ€™t quite decide whether itâ€™s late Victorian or Edwardian (think Oliver Twist on the Orient Express), but itâ€™s a compellingly-realized fantasy world populated by dolls of various sizes, with a great deal of personality in their deft detail.