20 Feb, 2016, 03:41 | Posted by: Jennifer
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Telltale's Back to the Future: The Game is joining the ranks of The Wolf Among Us in getting a comic adaptation of the game's story.
IDW Publishing, the current rights holders for comic stories utilizing the Back to the Future license, is going to be adapting Telltale's story as Back to the Future: Citizen Brown. The first issue is going to be released on May 25, 2016. You can pre-order it at bttf.net now.
15 Feb, 2016, 19:41 | Posted by: Remi
I mean, we really feel we can't let anyone out of the cult, and thus we consider Firewatch OUR game. Maybe you do not, of course, and therefore we also review it. For you. Our friend. Ish. read it!
They just can't get enough! This time out, Gamasutra chatted with Tim about Double Fine's continued success with raising money, as demonstrated recently by the (partially) crowdfunded Psychonauts 2: Benny Fideleo's Revenge. Read it because that's just a good habit.
11 Feb, 2016, 16:08 | Posted by: Jennifer
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It turns out that the quick release schedule of Minecraft: Story Mode isn't a fluke after all. Their three episode Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries will be released on a monthly schedule.
The first episode is coming out for computer platforms (no Linux yet though, but hopefully their Linux testing period yields results soon) and consoles (except for Wii U) on the 23rd of February, and the iOS and Android versions will be following, two days later, on the 25th.
Beyond that, they've already announced the release months for episodes two and three. Episode two will be releasing in March, followed by episode three in April. Hopefully this is a sign that their future releases, from Batman and beyond, will be released on a similar schedule.
If you're a smart little catfish you've probably been watching Double Fine's "Devs Play" on Youtube for some time now. While terrific, the series is not usually germane enough for us to highlight here on the incredibly crowded front page, but I really must acknowledge the latest episode, in which Tim asks Michel Ancel questions about Beyond Good & Evil while Double Fine producer Greg Rice plays said seminal masterpiece:
Tim Schafer as good at teasing out some great anecdotes from Ancel including that the famously polite Miyamoto was kind of a dick in his assessment of the game at E3, and how one of the game's hovercraft was modeled after the limo in Full Throttle. There's also a good story about a naked Italian man. Better than mine, anyhow.
For his part, Schafer draws a spiritual connection between the game and the Psychonauts franchise. And fails to coax out a release date for Beyond Good & Evil 2.