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Double Fine discounts: Psychonauts, Iron Brigade, Stacking and more

No matter where you like to purchase your games, odds are you'll find a Double Fine game on discount right now. The developer has announced its entire catalogue is on sale across Steam, Xbox 360, Amazon and its own shop. Discounts include Stacking and its DLC on Xbox Live Arcade, and both signed...

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Double Fine remembers 'Amnesia Fortnight' in GDC postmortem

In a GDC panel called "Creative Panic: How Agility Turned Terror Into Triumph," project leads from Double Fine's quartet of "Amnesia Fortnight" projects each outlined the process and inspiration behind their games -- with the exception of Costume Quest's Tasha Harris, who didn't share her insights...

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Three DoubleFine dev diaries detail Sesame Street's storybook world

This post was brought to you by the letter "D," which stands for "Double Fine," "developer," "diaries" and "delicious cookies." This post was also brought to you by the number 3, which stands for, uhm, the number 3. Look, there's a reason they didn't ask us to make the Sesame Street game, okay?...

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Once Upon a Monster's 'Unidentified Furry Objects' DLC lands on Xbox Live

Double Fine's Kinect-powered Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster has a new downloadable chapter available starting today, "Unidentified Furry Objects." Oddly enough, today's letter is F, as Xbox.com is currently listing the DLC as free of charge. Previously the DLC was priced at 400 MS Points....

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'Unidentified Furry Objects' landing in Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster next week

We can tell you how to get, how to get more Sesame Street. Warner Bros. has announced the first DLC for Double Fine's Once Upon a Monster: "Unidentified Furry Objects." In this chapter, the residents of Sesame Street encounter some mysterious muppets who fall from the sky in an adorable...

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Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster demo available now

Two important Xbox accessories will enhance your enjoyment of a new demo available on Xbox Live right now: a Kinect (required) and a child (optional). The demo of Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster will probably be a more magical, heartwarming experience if you experience it with an authentic...

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Cookie Monster eat Xbox, but Xbox not cookie!

It take long time, but Bloggy Monster finally allowed to write article for Joystiq again. Finding freelance work really brutal sometimes. Anyway, Bloggy Monster here to tell you about new video with Tim Schafer and Bloggy Monster personal idol, Cookie Monster. Tim drop cookie in Xbox, then...

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Double Fine's 'Amnesia Fortnight' game design jams saved the company

The recent downloadable releases from Double Fine, as well as the upcoming Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster, all had their genesis in the company's "Amnesia Fortnight" events, in which small teams would make quick game prototypes. Schafer says that if not for those informal sessions, the...

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Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster preview: A children's game for adults

I'll let you in on a little secret about me and Double Fine's next game, Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster -- I played it back at E3, but unfortunately let my preview writeup fall to the wayside as the days after the big show continued. What's more shameful is that it was essentially the best...

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Warner Bros media roundup: Mr. Freeze, impostors, Orcs and monsters

Warner Bros Interactive went gritty at Gamescom this year with new screens from Batman: Arkham City, Gotham City Impostors, Lord of the Rings: War in the North and, most gruesome of all, Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster. We still can't believe they're marketing those fluffy, brightly colored...

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