Broken Age

Double Fine Releases Broken Age Documentary For the Public

by 4 weeks ago

Double Fine has released the documentary series following the development of the studio’s kickstarted adventure game Broken Age for the public. The ten-part documentary was originally only available for those …

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Broken Age’s Second Act Dated for PC, PS4, and Vita

by 1 month ago

Broken Age’s second act finally has a release date. Over a year after Act I, Broken Age: Act II will come to PC on April 28th in North America, and …

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Broken Age Comes to Retail Alongside Act II’s Release

by 4 months ago

Double Fine has announced that Broken Age will be released at retail when the game’s second act comes out sometime in the first half of 2015. The studio is teaming …

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Kenneth Shepard’s Top 10 Games of 2014

by 4 months ago

Perhaps foolishly, I came into 2014 with a great deal of optimism. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One were freshly out of their boxes and sitting under my TV, and …

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Broken Age’s Second Act to Launch in Early 2015

by 5 months ago

Double Fine has confirmed that the second act of Broken Age will launch in early 2015. The first act of the kickstarter-funded point-and-click game launched in January of this year, …

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Gaming Trend Podcast 01//15//2014 — Saying “Hello” To Demelo

by 1 year ago

This week on the Gaming Trend Podcast, Dave and Atlas are visited by the gravelly, manly voice of Jeffrey Demelo!  Dave, Atlas, and Jeff spend a few moments talking about …

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First act of Broken Age gets a launch date for Kickstarter backers

by 1 year ago

If you remember, and I'm sure you probably do, Double Fine Productions ran one of the very first major Kickstarter programs around two years ago. The title being Kickstarted was …

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Most anticipated video games of Q1 2014

by 1 year ago

The next-gen battle has just begun, but there are a lot of fantastic games coming our way in the first quarter of 2014 for the current and previous generations of …

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