The lights are on
Earlier this year, Tim Schafer's Double Fine earned headlines for its record-breaking Kickstarter campaign. Today, Sony announced that the company's first game, the 2005 cult classic Psychonauts, will be releasing as a downloadable game on PSN as part of the PlayStation 2 Classics program.
The game will release on PSN next Tuesday, August 28. If you've not played it, it's an extremely creative and unique platformer about Raz, a teen that with the ability to enter the minds of other (sometimes extremely disturbed) characters in the game.
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Source: PlayStation Blog
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Cool! Can't wait to play it for the first time... but I heard that the PS2 version was not as good as the xbox version.
I'm totally going to get this the second the store updates. I just wish there were more gems like this going into PS2 Classics.
It's about mothereffing time. Not the developers, but now an opportunity to play this game has presented itself.
I have this on PC, but I haven't bothered loading it up because my supposedly better than okay laptop ran freaking limbo choppy. My whole Indie bundle going to waste.
I've got this game in my PS2 right now and I've been slowly working my way through it.
I heard only good things about this game I'm defiantly picking this up.
I'd love to play it on the Vita. I'm not really big on playing platformers on the big screen for some reason.
Everyone who has only heard good things but hasn't played this game owes it to themselves to give it a try. Especially if you love platformers. This is still in my top 5 of the 2000's. Pure love and passion for games all over this one.
LOVED this game. The thing I hated was the ending, it just ended; I couldn't go back to finish missions, find collectibles, or even a Ratchet & Clank-style restart.
I've wanted this for so long!