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Broken Age Comes to PS4, PS Vita April 28th!

James Spafford's Avatar + Posted by James Spafford on Mar 25, 2015

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Two mere months ago, a gone but not forgotten video game from the days of yesteryear was lovingly dusted off, given a hefty makeover and sent forth once more into the land of the living so it might be played again by fans both new and old. The resurrection of Grim Fandango Remastered took place thanks to some help from our friends at PlayStation, so it naturally made it’s way onto PS4 and PS Vita, and we very much hope that those of you who have played it had a lot of fun!

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Double Fine Wishes You a Happy Holiday

Tim Schafer's Avatar + Posted by Tim Schafer on Dec 25, 2014

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2014 was one heck of a year! From launching a bunch of new games into the wild to taking on our own indie publishing initiative, you can call us ambitious… or crazy, maybe both?!

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Tim Schafer on Why You Need to Check Out Grim Fandango on PS4 & PS Vita

Dan Hsu's Avatar + Posted by Dan Hsu on Dec 06, 2014

Tim Schafer is never “off.” The funnyman game designer and founder of studio house Double Fine Productions is constantly cracking jokes, even when he’s trying to be serious. So when we had a chance to interview him about his upcoming adventure game, Grim Fandango Remastered, we didn’t even try to play it straight (for the most part).

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Venture into The Cave, Out Today on PSN

JP LeBreton's Avatar + Posted by JP LeBreton on Jan 22, 2013

Greetings! The team here at Double Fine Productions is pleased to announce that The Cave, our latest game led by legendary adventure game designer Ron Gilbert, comes out today on PSN.

In The Cave, you’ll choose three characters – from a possible seven – to descend into the depths of an ancient and mysterious cave, each of them in search of something they desire above all else. This is no ordinary ancient and mysterious cave, however: The Cave happens to be alive, watching their every move, narrating their stories, doling out wisdom and mockery in equal measure. What could his true motive possibly be? He’s not telling. “Mysterious” just means “not telling”.

Depending on which characters you choose, you’ll puzzle your way through a Victorian mansion, a museum from the far future, a desert island, a nuclear missile silo, and much more… all buried deep within The Cave. See? We’re being mysterious too!

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