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  • Blog Post: Raptr To Host Developer Q&A In Preparation Of Upcoming Day Of The Devs Festival

    Double Fine is hosting the Day of the Devs Festival, which will give the public their first hands-on with Broken Age, as well as games from a number of other independent developers. Ahead of the festival, which takes place November 2, the video game tracking service Raptr will be hosting a Q&A session... More
  • Blog Post: Broken Age Is The Official Name Of The Double Fine Adventure Game

    After masquerading as codename Reds for a few months, the Kickstarter funded Double Fine Adventure finally has a real name: Broken Age. You can head to the game's official website to learn more, or pre-order the game. The details of the game's plot have been transparent to backers of the project... More
  • Blog Post: Leap Motion Device Demonstrated With DoubleFine's Dropchord

    We're a couple of months away from Leap's release in May , but the USB device was demonstrated at DoubleFine's PAX East booth. We had a chance to test it out with the launch game DropChord, and came away impressed with its accuracy. Leap is a small USB device that sits in front of your desktop... More
  • Blog Post: Notch Explains Psychonauts 2 Offer, Asks Internet To Calm Down

    Ever since Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson offered to help Tim Schafer fund Psychonauts 2 via Twitter, fans of the cult classic have been giddy with anticipation at renewed prospects of this sequel. Now Notch is trying to make his point of view on the potential project clear and calm... More
  • Blog Post: DLC Popping Onto DoubleFine's Stacking

    If you've already plowed through Charlie Blackmore's cutie-pie adventures in Stacking, fear not! THQ has announced that a whole new story is coming in April via the Lost Hobo King DLC. In it, Charlie teams up with his hobo buddy Levi, who's on a quest to restore his uncle Rufus to the throne... More
  • Blog Post: Eddie Riggs, You Lived Your Life Like A Candle In The Wind

    ...never knowin' who to cling to when the rain set in. *sniff* Okay, kids, this one hurts. Destructoid is reporting that video game rocker Eddie Riggs, star of DoubleFine's Brutal Legend, has been found dead. He was not, sadly, found drowned in a pool of his own vomit (that's the way he would... More
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