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  • Blog Post: Psychonauts 2 Is Finally Happening If Backers Chip In On Fig

    At the Game Awards 2015, Double Fine President Tim Schafer took the stage to unveil the Fig campaign for the long-requested Psychonauts 2. A sequel to the 2005 cult hit is something fans have longed for since its release, and thanks to Fig, they now have the opportunity to not only fund the game into... More
  • Blog Post: Afterwords – Broken Age In Retrospect With Tim Schafer

    With Broken Age's lucrative Kickstarter, the fantastic game development documentary series , and the positive reviews for the second half , the saga of the "Double Fine Adventure" is almost over. We asked Double Fine's president Tim Schafer some of the lingering questions we had after... More
  • Blog Post: The Best Video Game Vines To Follow

    If you’re unaware, Vine is a new subset of Twitter that, much like its text-based brother, allows users to post very short messages online in the form of videos. As it turns out, video game creators, developers, and publishers can be very creative when it comes to utilizing a visual medium, and... More
  • Blog Post: Kickstarting A Revolution

    (Image credit: Imagine Publishing) Double Fine started a trend when it announced its Kickstarter adventure game project earlier this year. Franchises once thought dead and buried were given new life through the crowd-supported platform. We spoke to Double Fine founder Tim Schafer about the state of the... More
  • Blog Post: Where's My Sequel? – Psychonauts

    Most gamers appreciate when a brand new installment releases in their favorite series. Despite complaints about “sequelitis,” getting too many entries is better than the alternative: getting too few. In Where’s My Sequel, we look at standalone games and franchises that deserve to continue... More
  • Blog Post: The Genre That Refuses To Die: Keeping Adventure Games Alive

    Most discussions about the adventure genre begin with an acknowledgement of its glory days in the ‘90s before bending toward its subsequent death. The decline of the point-and-click adventure is often presented as a phase of gaming history – an indisputable event. That isn’t necessarily... More
  • Blog Post: How An Obscure Prog Rock Band Kickstarted A Game Revolution

    Since Double Fine used the site Kickstarter to raise over $3 million for its as-yet-unannounced adventure, crowd-funded video game projects have become a phenomenon in the industry. Eschewing the traditional route of securing development money from major publishers or investors, many game developers... More
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