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Broken Age Review (PlayStation 4)
Double Fine promised a classic point-and-click title when it launched its crowd-funding campaign three long years ago, but the developer didn’t just rely on nostalgia. Instead, it made a game that captures the humor of the games Tim Schafer worked on at LucasArts while creating a modern aesth…
Broken Age Trailer: Release Date Magic
Subscribe to Arcade Sushi on Youtube Double Fine’s Kickstarter legend and record-setter Broken Age arrived today for backers, but the rest of us the wait will be a little bit longer. Fortunately, it won’t be too long. Over on Double Fine’s site, the developer revealed a Jan. 28 …
Jam (Fan) Game Showcase – Hack ‘N’ Slash
Today’s Jam Game Showcase may stretch the definition of “fan game”, but still deserves to be showcased nonetheless. It was developed as part of Double Fine’s Amnesia Fortnight Game Jam. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the idea of a Game Jam, it basically asks par…
Double Fine Seeking Costume Quest, Stacking Rights
After THQ went belly up, the rights to all the games it published were sold off to the highest bidders. Unfortunately for Double Fine, that meant watching its properties Costume Quest and Stacking get snapped up by Nordic Games. In an interview with Polygon, Double Fine’s Tim Schafer talked a…
Double Fine Teases Broken Age With First Trailer
Double Fine’s Kickstarter-backed Broken Age is looking mighty good based on this first footage. Officially announced earlier this week, Broken Age is the game formerly known as Double Fine Adventure. Due out on a variety of systems and platforms at some point in the coming year, Broken Age wi…
We Finally Know How Dropchord Plays
When the original trailer for Dropchord was released, people responded with a resounding “huh?” Now that the game has been officially shown at PAX East, we finally know what all these blinking lights mean. The Chord in Dropchord is not a musical chord but a geometric one. That’s…

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