Double Fine Productions, the studio behind cheery games including Psychonauts and Brutal Legend, have been bought up by Microsoft. They say they'll continue to make those Double Fine games in that Double Fine way, which I suppose is what everyone says after their business is acquired.
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3 years ago
Sure, you've jacked into someone's mind to wander through their memories, but have you jacked into someone's mind while jacked into cyberspace? You can now do just that in Psychonauts In The Rhombus Of Ruin. Double Fine's VR spin-off from peachy physic platformer Psychonauts arrived on PC last night, supporting Rift and Vive cybergoggles, following its debut on PlayStation VR in February 2017. It's set…
As one of the last hoorah's of Humble's End of Summer Sale, the store is currently offering Tim Schafer's classic mind-entering platform game Psychonauts absolutely free.
5 years ago
An odd feeling - this thing we prayed for for years, and which seemed such an impossibility, is now happening. And not just happening: it felt like a foregone conclusion from the second it was announced. With $3.35 million pledged by crowdfunders and investors, it looks like Psychonauts 2, Double Fine's sequel to their acclaimed 2005 adventure-platformer, will become a reality at last.
Remember back in 2012 when Notch was like, "I could fund a Psychonauts 2!" and Double Fine were all, "Cool! $18m please!" and Notch was all, "Shiiiit, I was thinking more 25p, and - wow, look, an octopus on a tricycle!"? Well, that's all history now.Double Fine are looking to make Psychonauts 2. They're after $3.3m from backers, alongside their own investment, plus external funding…
7 years ago
"Double Fine?" someone somewhere has probably said at some point maybe. "Who do they think they are, claiming to be twice as fine as the rest of us? I'm no fool. I don't believe it for a second." But, Mr Somewhere, what if you're wrong? Then you'll just look silly, your only solace coming in the fact that going off the grid in shame would…