Greg Burke continues his 'I can't believe Asif didn't fire me' World Tour. He is inexplicably back to count down the Top 10 Low Spec PC Games.
Titan Souls, The Swindle, and This War of Mine: The Little Ones are up for grabs, too.
This has been an awful year. Gaming-wise? Pretty good, I guess.
You know what they say: 'To save the world, you have to push a few old ladies down the stairs.'
Shacknews News Editor Daniel Perez takes a look forward at the games he's most eager to get his hands on in 2016.
Day of the Tentacle Remastered is ready to come to PlayStation 4 and Vita in March, while Double Fine announced one more remaster on its plate.
Double Fine is hard at work on Day of the Tentacle Remastered, offering the first playable demo at IndieCade 2015. Shacknews was on-hand to try it out, but also took some time to speak to Double Fine founder Tim Schafer, who revealed, among other things, why it was 'now or never' for this project.
Day of the Tentacle Remastered is faithfully restoring just about every element of the 1993 LucasArts original game. And that means everything, as Double Fine has confirmed that the playable version of Maniac Mansion found in the original will also be present in the remaster.
Double Fine's next effort to remaster the old LucasArts classics sees it taking aim at Day of the Tentacle. IndieCade 2015 provided the first opportunity to go hands-on with Day of the Tentacle Remastered and Shacknews was there to try it out.