Double Fine is bringing Everything and Full Throttle Remastered out soon.
Greg Burke is back with a list that better have Day of the Tentacle at #1, or he is fired.
Two of the most unique indie studios, Adult Swim Games and Double Fine, have come together to develop a game where you play a disembodied head that connects to robot bodies in an attempt to save the world. Dive head first into our review!
The Psychonauts are coming to VR!
With a goal of $3.3M, the question shouldn't be if Double Fine is able to raise the money, but when will it reach its goal.
As the name suggest, players can expect to have their head landing on a lot of weird places.
Double Fine has brought Grim Fandango back from the dead. This time, Manny and the gang have a few tricks up their sleeves for the Grim Fandango Remastered.
Those looking to enjoy the second act of Double Fine's Broken Age will be heartbroken to hear they'll have to wait until 2015 to play it.
Grim Fandango was announced for PS4 and Vita at E3, but Double Fine has now announced that it's hitting PC, Mac, and Linux too.
Last week, Harmonix completed a Kickstarter campaign to develop a remake of the classic music and rhythm game, Amplitude for modern systems. There were close-calls, and for a while it seemed like the project wouldn't make its $775,000 goal. But a last minute push brought the game past the finish line, and funding exceeded the original amount by $69,127. It was an inspiring moment that made us think back to the lengths independent developers have had to go in order to make and sell video games