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Broken Age Act Two

Broken Age Act Two Review

It feels like it’s been an age (ho!) but Broken Age isn’t broken (ha!) into two pieces anymore and yes, sorry, I’ll stop doing that now. There are about 19 ways I could review this,…

By: Tim McDonald

Grim Fandango updated to 1.3, fixes elevator glitch

The High Rollers Lounge elevator in Grim Fandango’s second year has a dark history, which apparently extended to the recent Remastered edition of the game. There’s a timing-based puzzle you need to solve in there…

By: Peter Parrish

Grim Fandango Remastered pre-orders open on GOG

For the first time in a long time, you can put some money down at a storefront for Grim Fandango. Pre-orders for Grim Fandango Remastered have just opened on GOG.com, meaning you can pre-order one…

By: Tim McDonald

Grim Fandango remaster confirmed for PC

Double Fine has put some adventure game minds at ease today, by confirming that the Grim Fandango re-issue (or remaster, or whatever it is!) is coming to PC as well. Tim Schafer all-but said the…

By: Peter Parrish

Bad Golf reborn as Double Fine community project

If you’ve been keeping up with Double Fine’s Amnesia Fortnight prototypes, you’ll know they’ve been whittled down to four at this point; Dear Leader, Mnemonic, Steed and Little Pink Best Bud’s (Pendleton Ward’s project.) There’s…

By: Peter Parrish

Broken Age now released to the general public

Bit of a public service announcement rather than HOT NEWS, but I thought I’d better let you know that Broken Age – Double Fine’s utterly superb adventure that racked up about seventy gajillion dollars on…

By: Tim McDonald

Broken Age: Act One Review

There is one thing that Double Fine do better than pretty much anyone else in the games industry, and that’s write children and adolescents. Most other developers fall into the usual clichés – children are…

By: Tim McDonald

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