Double Fine's Kickstarter funded Broken Age finally saw its second part released this year and it won this year's poll by a wide margin!

Which do YOU think deserves the accolade of Mojo Game of the Year?
Broken Age
Grim Fandango: Remastered
Star Wars: Battlefront
Tales from the Borderlands
Game of Thrones
Massive Chalice
Minecraft: Story Mode
Other (Dreamfall Chapters, King's Quest, whatever)
Total votes 15

The good folks at Electric Playground paid a visit to Double Fine and played a whole bunch of Day of the Tentacle: Remastered while Tim talked about it. Oh, and it's on video:

Source: Electric Playground

Kotaku recently ranked all 14 LucasArts adventure games, enraging everyone (except those that agreed with it). Here's their countdown, what do you think?

14. Escape From Monkey Island
13. Zak McKracken
12. Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade
11. Loom
10. The Curse of Monkey Island
9. Maniac Mansion
8. The Dig
7. Grim Fandango
6. The Secret Of Monkey Island
5. Sam & Max: Hit The Road
4. Full Throttle
3. Day Of The Tentacle
2. Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge
1. Indiana Jones and The Fate Of Atlantis

Agree or disagree? How right or wrong were they?

Source: Kotaku

This spring for the PS4, even! Will it be based on the oft decried PS2 or the celebrated every-other-version? Who knows! But it is coming either way. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Source: PS4 blog

Tim Schafer will be on hand to answer all your questions about Psychonauts 1 & 2, the campaign, and (Justin Bailey from Fig) will be around to answer questions about Fig itself and how it works -- RIGHT NOW!
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Like the Basic Braining punching mini-game, the Psychonauts 2 Crowdfunding goal of 3.3 million dollars has been well hit. There's still 4 days left in the campaign, so there's still time to back if you haven't yet had the chance, or if you've been waiting it to hit the goal before pledging.


Okay, so you hardly needed Mojo do learn this bit of bad news, now a week old, but we should acknowledge the passing of heavy metal icon "Lemmy" Kilmister.

Other sites have done better than we ever could at attempting to put Lemmy's larger metal career in perspective, but we'll always remember him for his performance as the bass-playing Kill Master from Double Fine's Brütal Legend.

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