Another week in the world of video games has rumbled on by…

This week in gaming… some game’s released, some game news came out and it was semi quiet overall. This is the week of May 31 to June 6 2020 looked over for the interesting gaming news that caught my interest. Now onto the silliness. Game Releases: Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics – A variety collection…

A boisterous busy week for this week’s blog post.

Gamescom ruled the week of news taking its rightful place as a sort of European version of E3, sort of for the first time. It’s the first time that Gamescom has had a proper sort of conference schedule where games were announced and talked about with several companies flouting their upcoming late 2019 into 2020…

Grim Fandango Remake Coming to PC

At E3 this past June, Sony announced that they were working with Disney and Double Fine Productions to create a remake of Grim Fandango. A classic point and click adventure game. One that some say helped to bring an end to the era of popular point and click graphic adventures, at least in the United…

Double Fine Productions Helps Indie Game Studios

Today, Double Fine Productions announced that they’re creating an initiative to help indie game companies get their game out. What they hope to accomplish is allowing these indie companies to stay indie and true to themselves. The first game that they’re helping, is Escape Goat 2, from developer MagicalTimeBean. It isn’t exactly known how Double…

Costume Quest 2 is Happening!

Costume Quest the loveable role playing game about Halloween and costumes came out in 2010. Every since then fans of the game have been asking about a potential sequel. Today Double Fine Productions announced with the help of Midnight City, a publisher of indie games, they will release on Halloween, Costume Quest 2. The main…

Double Fine Doing Another Amnesia Fortnight Humble Bundle

Double Fine Productions once a year, usually, does an amnesia fortnight where they take two weeks off from whatever game they’re currently working on to pitch prototypes to Tim Schafer the owner of the company. These games can be anything. In 2012 Double Fine opened Amnesia Fortnight to the public and let them decide which…