Majesco's indie publishing label Midnight City is bringing last year's surprise hit Gone Home to consoles later this fall, it has announced. Details on which consoles it will release for and when exactly are not yet availabl...more
Fullbright, makers of last year's surprise hit Gone Home, talked with Rock, Paper, Shotgun about the future following Gone Home's considerable success. "We want to expand the scope of the next game slightly. We don’t wa...more
The Fullbright Company has announced that its award-winning "story exploration" game Gone Home has sold more than 250,000 copies. Speaking to Joystiq, co-founder Steve Gaynor mentioned approximately 80 percent of those sales ...more
For those looking for deals, the Steam sale isn't the only game in town. The Humble Store, made famous for its Humble Bundles, has been having its own winter sale, marking games down up to 75% while giving a portion of the re...more
For those of you that said you wouldn't buy Gone Home for $20, well, it's now $5, 75 percent off the original price.
Head to Steam now to buy it before time is up, as the sale ends after 8 hours.
If you're in a shopping...more
Gone Home, one of the most lauded games of 2013, has re-released with a bundle package that includes albums from indie artists whose music was featured in the main game. For $5 more than the standalone cost of Gone Home you'l...more
The promised developer commentary mode for Fullbright Company's Gone Home is out now through a free update on Steam and will be available shortly for Humble Store and Mac App Store purchasers.
This is an hour and a half of co...more
Gone Home was certainly a critical hit when it released back in August but we'll be learn a bit more about the creative process behind the game. Speaking to Rock, Paper, Shotgun, Steve Gaynor of Gone Home developer The Fullbr...more
I'm not out to start an academic debate on what makes a game a game, but I'd hope you'd at least agree that games don't need reflex-based mechanics to be entertaining. You won't need reflexes of any kind to enjoy Gone Home.&n...more
Time travel is infinitely more interesting once you leave the trappings of the TARDIS or any one of those familiar (some would say hackneyed) science fiction mainstays behind. Steins;Gate, the visual novel that inspired a ...more
Of all of the games to get a PS4 remake, you'd probably never put Putty Squad, an SNES game from 1994, at the top of the list. But here we are in 2014 with a full-on re-imagining, with more or less the same platforming mechanics that still work nearly 20 years later.
The only problem is, System 3 Software has opted to charge $29.99 for a decidedly dated game -- which is a bit of a problem.more