Double Fine founder Tim Schafer sees quite a few similarities between Children's Television Workshop, the folks responsible for Sesame Street, and his own studio.
We've previewed Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster before, so I'll just give you the high-level overview of what it's all about. It's a story book brought to life, where two players enter a magical world of good-natured monsters, each of which is struck with a little problem. Using Kinect, players engage in a series of what are essentially mini-games as they assist the friendly creatures with their plight.
|1:30 PM on 06.07.2013|
Feel doubly fine with Adam WarRock's Psychonauts single
Asian sensation Adam WarRock is a pretty chill dude. Our own Tara Long of course loves him to pieces, but it was I who managed to score a brotastic fist bump at last year's Nerdapalooza in Orlando. He's so skilled, he can tu...more
|2:45 PM on 06.04.2013|
Massive Chalice passes Kickstarter funding goal
Turn-based tactical game Massive Chalice has been well-received on Kickstarter. After a solid performance by Double Fine's previous crowdfunding attempt Broken Age, that's hardly surprising. With 23 days remaining before the ...more
|9:30 PM on 05.31.2013|
The DTOID Show: Prey 2, Titan, and Limbo on PS Vita!
Evening, mates! If you're wondering why Max isn't posting tonight's episode, it's because a giant bird attacked him in the parking lot this morning. Or something else that makes sense. Thankfully, good samaritan Anthony Carb...more