Foam Sword Games' debut cooperative adventure looks to be a whimsical ride into imagination. Shacknews hops on our bikes and goes hands-on at this year's PlayStation Experience.
Double Fine showed off three titles from its "Presents" label during its interview. Find out all about them.
It's the final day of the show and our schedule is still packed.
Double Fine is bringing Everything and Full Throttle Remastered out soon.
The game is out now and bridges the game bewteen the original game and the upcoming Psychonauts 2.
Publisher will get 85% of revenue until investment is paid, then it will drop to 60%.
It's not Psychonauts 2, but an all new story specifically for VR.
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!
You better clear your head prior to Headlander's arrival.
It's only $9.99 on the PlayStation Store.
Artist David O'Reilly is moving on from the ambiant Mountain and exploring the nature of all things with publisher Double Fine in a PlayStation 4 exclusive called Everything.
You know what they say: 'To save the world, you have to push a few old ladies down the stairs.'
Double Fine's Tim Schafer took part in a Reddit AMA earlier today, discussing the upcoming Psychonauts 2 and revealing some early facts about the game's story.
Double Fine Productions has announced Psychonauts 2 is now completely funded.
Double Fine's Devs Play series of videos met up with Media Molecule for a look into the development of Tearaway and LittleBigPlanet, just days before the developer celebrated its 10th birthday.
As part of its ongoing Devs Play series, Double Fine and Tim Schafer welcome Insomniac's Ted Price to play the original PS2 Ratchet & Clank and discuss its creation.
The Psychonauts are coming to VR!
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.
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.