Games

February 13, 2012
 

Tim Schafer talks Double Fine’s uphill battle to publish games on PC

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Is there any bigger darling on the internet than Tim Schafer and Double Fine right now? After all, you guys forked over north of a million bucks just to see the man revisit the point-and-click adventure genre, a wonderful little gaming niche where bigwig publishers fear to tread.

Related to that, late last year our very own Logan Decker sat down with Tim (and Double Fine’s mysterious millionaire/heroic partner, Steven Dengler) to talk about the uphill battle involved in simply porting games like Costume Quest and Psychonauts. Have a watch.

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Shatner’s return would steer ‘Star Trek’ in the wrong direction – New York Post

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Empire strikes back — again — in ‘Star Wars Rebels’ – USA TODAY

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The Sims 4 Free Content Updates to Include Pools, Star Wars Costumes – IGN

By Cassidee Moser Several free content patches for The Sims 4 have been detailed. Starting this month and continuing through December, these patches will deliver a number of updates and changes to fix bugs and provide players w...
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