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Live show: Double Fine is in our studio to play Trenched


6:00 PM on 06.17.2011
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After a wild post-E3 week, we are finishing strong with a live preview and special guests. Greg Rice and Brad Muir from Double Fine will be joining us today at 4PM PST on Justin.Tv. They will be showing us their newest title, Trenched, available June 22nd on Xbox Live Arcade.

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6:30 PM on 11.17.2011
Trenched becomes Iron Brigade and hits Europe Nov 30

Double Fine announced today that their alternate-history mech shooter, Trenched, will officially be seeing its name changed to Iron Brigade on November 30th when it releases in Europe on Xbox Live Arcade. Finally. With a...more



4:15 PM on 09.12.2011
Trenched to get free survival mode, name change in US

Due to a trademark dispute, Trenched had to be renamed in order to release in Europe. Strangely enough, the same thing is going to happen to all versions of the Xbox Live Arcade mech defense game. As explained to Giant Bomb b...more



6:00 PM on 08.16.2011
Microsoft bringing Trenched to Europe as 'Iron Brigade'

Trenched is one of my favorite Xbox Live Arcade titles from recent months, but our good friends in Europe have been anxiously awaiting word on when the alternate-history fusion of mech combat and tower defense would hit their...more



5:00 AM on 07.13.2011
Double Fine promises Europe will get Trenched

Double Fine's latest downloadable effort, Trenched, is a ton of fun. Unfortunately, the recent trademark dispute with Portuguese board game designer Rui Alípio Monteiro has prevented folks in European territo...more



8:00 AM on 06.30.2011
Trenched not in in Europe due to Portuguese board game

Double Fine's Trenched can't be released in certain parts of Europe because nobody at Microsoft thought to look up trademarks. If somebody had, they'd know that a Portuguese board game called Trench has the rights to the name...more



7:00 PM on 06.21.2011
Review: Trenched

A pair of World War I soldiers, both having lost their legs in the conflict, are exposed to a mysterious radio broadcast which has granted them the intellectual brilliance to overcome their disability through science (and kil...more




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Review: Escape Goat 2

Escape Goat 2 is not a goat simulator. No, this is another goat game. I know it’s confusing. Sometimes two seemingly identical properties come out of nowhere. Armageddon came out two months after Deep Impact, moviegoers...more



4:30 PM on 03.24.2014
Escape Goat 2 released as Tim Schafer tries to take credit

Are you ready to laugh? Double Fine has released this video to promote the launch of Escape Goat 2 today on Windows, Mac and Linux PCs, and I suspect it's the funniest thing I'm going to see today. Watch what happens wh...more



6:50 PM on 03.19.2014
Double Fine's Hack 'N' Slash is like Zelda, but you hack the game

Borne out of Double Fine's yearly Amnesia Fortnight game jam, Hack 'N' Slash (as well as Spacebase DF-9) is getting a full release this summer. The top down action adventure game may look like a Legend of Zelda clone, but tha...more



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