Day of the Tentacle first hit store shelves back in 1993. We’re excited that — 23 years later — Dr. Fred’s Mutant Purple Tentacle is once again poised to take on the world!
Before we sign off for the year, we wanted to celebrate the creators who make not only PlayStation.Blog, but this industry in its entirety possible. It’s these studios who create the worlds we yearn to escape to, who write the stories upon whose every word we hang. It’s thanks to them that we can do what we love to do.
It seems like just the other day we were announcing a new Psychonauts game, and now we’re announcing another! What is this, Christmas time? Oh right, it is I guess — well let’s enjoy it, then!
Making its debut at PlayStation Experience this weekend, the first official Day of the Tentacle Remastered trailer!
We’ve got a shiny new build of Grim Fandango Remastered and we’re bringing it to PlayStation Experience! This is your last chance to get your hands on Manny before the game is released, so please come to the Double Fine booth and check it out.
First things first: Psychonauts is coming to PlayStation 2 Classics.
…Okay, that’s only one thing. But it’s super important.
Psychonauts was Double Fine‘s first game, and it came out for the PlayStation 2 way back in 2005. We love it a lot. It’s the story of a gifted young psychic cadet who must delve deep into dangerous minds and put a stop to a sinister conspiracy. And on August 28th, you will be able to download it to your PlayStation 3 as a PlayStation 2 Classic.
If you never played Psychonauts, you’re in for a treat! If you played it before, why not buy it again, just for old time’s sake? Ha ha! Tell a friend or two or a hundred.
As we played through the first levels of Stacking, Project Lead Lee Petty delighted in pointing out the tiny diorama-scale props that dot the game’s environments: marbles for lights, cigars for smokestacks, soda caps for stools. That sense of visual detail extends to the characters themselves, which are surprisingly detailed and expressive for being, you […]
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