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Double Fine’s Amnesia Fortnight, a two-week period each year during which employees drop what they are doing to prototype new games, has born a number of exciting projects. Some of those titles, like Stacking, even go on to become full games.
It’s rare that Double Fine revisits a series, but fans have been demanding a Costume Quest sequel. Today, we learned that will be happening this year (in time for Halloween, of course).
Costume Quest stars children on a quest to save their town (and Halloween) from invading monsters. Combat is traditional turn-based RPG fare with a Mario RPG reaction system. Different costumes offer different special powers and benefits, and putting together the right team is crucial to victory.
For more on Amnesia Fortnight, check out our recent feature about this year’s event (and why you should be watching the documentary about it). You can also read up on the games chosen for further prototyping this year.
Our TakeI love the first Costume Quest and have revisited it multiple times around Halloween. I’m excited that a sequel is finally happening, and while I don’t expect Double Fine to ever annualize the franchise, this is one I wouldn’t mind going that route.
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