Tag Archives: Double Fine

Everything Review

Have you ever thought what life’s perspective would be as an ant? What about that feeling of an alien planet floating through space? Or maybe a turd skimming the earth? Everything challenges players to control the Universe while simultaneously challenges them to rethink their outlook of the Universe itself.

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PS2 classic Psychonauts releasing on PS4 this week

Sony have announced via its official PlayStation Blog that Double Fine’s Psychonauts is the latest game to join the list of PlayStation 2 Classics on PlayStation 4.  Continue reading PS2 classic Psychonauts releasing on PS4 this week

The PlayStation Experience Gets New Details

After the success of last years PlayStation Experience, Sony will do it again this year, and now they revealed what developers will come and the games that will be playable. Continue reading The PlayStation Experience Gets New Details

Broken Age Review


Broken Age, the latest adventure game from Tim Schafer and the crew at Double Fine, is a beautiful, thoughtful game that challenges players with puzzles as well as themes of loneliness, societal pressure and sacrifice.  Chances are players have dealt with these themes in their lives at one point or another, and that’s why I’m confident that Broken Age will resonate with many, many people.

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Grim Fandango Review


After more than 15 years since its original launch, Tim Schafer’s classic adventure game, Grim Fandango, has been remastered and re-released for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.  As most fans know, this isn’t an ordinary re-release.  After some of the original code was lost and Tim Schafer left LucasArts to form Double Fine, Grim Fandango got shoved under the rug and largely forgotten.  For years the only way to play Schafer’s cult-classic adventure game was to download it illegally or track down a physical copy.  Fortunately, thanks to this remaster, fans and newcomers like me can now play the classic for $14.99. Continue reading Grim Fandango Review