There's a lot of interesting stuff going on in this new Kinect Party trailer, but what I'm most interested in is having sparks come off my high fives with other people. How great is that? I imagine that happening anyway, so Kinect Party is a way to make that a virtual reality.
I'm also digging the weird twirly body thing and being able to make it rain cash out of thin air. Double Fine has even thrown in some glowstick dubstep action as a bonus in this trailer.
It looks like I'm planning on getting a Kinect title this holiday season!
|5:00 PM on 01.14.2013|
Review: Kinect Party
Hey, Television! Check out Double Fine’s latest game for Xbox Live Arcade: Kinect Party. In fun-loving Double Fine fashion, it was released for free upon launch in mid-December until the New Year. For those of you who d...more
|6:30 PM on 12.11.2012|
Kinect Party will be free when released next week
Double Fine's Kinect Party, the game that is going to make your high fives sparkle, is also going to be totally free. A list of upcoming releases on Major Nelson's blog looked like a possible typo, but Double Fine's website confirmed that this Kinect game will be free on December 18, and will remain free for the rest of the year. Got a Kinect? Then you have no excuse. more
|2:45 PM on 05.07.2013|
Double Fine bundles Psychonauts, Brutal Legend, and more
Over the next two weeks, the Humble Double Fine Bundle will offer pay-what-you-want pricing for three games worth checking out: Psychonauts, Stacking, and Costume Quest. The next tier up, accessed by paying more than the ave...more
|4:30 PM on 04.05.2013|
Play as Tim Schafer in Host Master Deux
Host Master Deux: Quest for Identity is a free, browser based sequel to 2009's Host Master. Once again, the player must help Double Fine founder Tim Schafer bumble his way through preparing for the GDC Awards. It may be the c...more
|11:15 AM on 03.28.2013|
Broken Age: Double Fine Adventure gets teaser trailer
Remember when Double Fine asked for some money ($400k) on Kickstarter to make an old-school, point and click adventure game and the gaming collective at large responded with $3.3 million in funding money thereby monumentally...more