Speculations abound as Tim Schafer, CEO of Double Fine Productions, tweeted a few hours ago that the company will announce a new game today.
Personally I've found most of his games overrated due to nostalgia and the fact that now he's "indie", but I'm keeping an open mind.
Well, it is true that some of his last few games were a hit or miss. Still, crossing fingers for something original and next gen.
I have to agree. Double Fine's latest games aren't that good, quite overrated. Hope their kickstarter adventure game is better then their latest games.
double fine games have a certain charm to them that make them appear better than the sum of their parts. when I think about brutal legend for example, I disliked most of the gameplay, but somehow the game manages to have me thinking fondly about it quite often. I don't think many developpers are able to make games with such charm.
grim fandango 2...... *sigh* i can keep on hoping can't i!
He already said it's not a port or sequel.
I know, the reason i said i can keep hoping. still i like this guy, interested to see anything he does.
I hope it is not another Kinect game but I am looking forward to seeing what it is.
What happened to his Kickstarter game?? Which game was that? Is it out?
Double Fine Adventure is not out yet.
Thanx for the info :) ! Weren't they supposed to chronicle the whole development in videos. Funny, I never heard of it since the kickstarter.
That's because you didn't back it. There's been around 9 or so 20-40 minute documentary episodes released since the kickstarter ended. Double Fine also has multiple teams, so its not like they need to take people off of Broken Age to work on this.
I downloaded Psychonauts off PSN and that game is incredible. Im looking forward to his new IP.
With DFA in the making I hope this one will be another platformer like psychonauts!
Love these guys. Stacking and Costume Quest are among my favorite downloadable games this gen. Trenched and Brutal Legend are cool too.
I hope in the sequel to Grim Fandango
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