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We deserve these Grim Fandango action figures

Dear Santa, Yeah, we know it's early in the year, but we thought we'd beat the rush. Listen, we get that we still haven't gotten off the Naughty List after the BioShock 2 Game Informer thing. WE GET IT. We posted a bunch of craziness about Santa's ...

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Grim Fandango remake also coming to PC, Mac and Linux

The remake of LucasArts' cult favorite adventure game Grim Fandango will also arrive on PC, Mac and Linux in addition to PS4 and Vita. Grim Fandango's resurgence was first revealed during Sony's E3 2014 press conference in June; the game is a consol...

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Grim Fandango resurrected for PS4, Vita [Update: trailer]

Double Fine will bring its cult classic adventure game Grim Fandango back from the dead for PS4 and Vita, Sony announced during its E3 2014 press conference today. The remastered game is exclusive to the PlayStation platforms....

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Stiq Figures, June 25 - July 1: Grim Fandango edition

Welcome to Stiq Figures, where the sales data is after the break and the posts don't matter. Every week, we take a look at, uh, something – meanwhile, the previous week's Japanese hardware sales figures are posted after the jump, and a discuss...

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Snooping brought Grim Fandango to PS4 & Vita

One of the most pleasant surprises at E3 2014 was the announcement that LucasArts' beloved adventure game Grim Fandango is coming to PS4 and Vita. How did it happen? PlayStation VP of Publisher Relations Adam Boyes explains it all came abou...

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What a treat: Play tons of indie games free on Saturday in SF

The second annual Day of the Devs, an independent game showcase hosted by Double Fine and iam8bit, kicks off on Saturday, November 1 at Mint Plaza in San Francisco. It's free, open to all ages, and runs from 4 - 11PM PT. And it's probably tons of fu...

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Unannounced Double Fine game canceled, 12 staff let go

Double Fine, the development studio behind games like Broken Age and Costume Quest 2, has been hit with a wave of layoffs. Gamasutra reports that 12 staff were let go after an unannounced project fell through with a publisher, though the studio will...

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Museum of Modern Art picks 14 pretty, ugly games for new exhibit

New York's Museum of Modern Art is hosting a video game exhibit beginning in March 2013 with installments of 14 initial games, featuring Pac-Man, Tetris, Myst, Katamari Damacy, Dwarf Fortress, Portal and Canabalt, among others. MoMA eventually wants...

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Peter McConnell's Broken Age score available Jan. 28

Peter McConnell's original orchestral soundtrack for Double Fine's Broken Age will be available for download next week. McConnell's previous work can be heard in Double Fine's Brutal Legend and Psychonauts, as well as in classic LucasArts adventure ...

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Insecticide: LucasArts alums bring us DS adventure game

Announced back in February as one of Gamecock's initial offerings, Insecticide is a "classically styled action adventure detective game" being released for the Nintendo DS and PC platforms. Couple that classical genre with "the look and feel of gri...

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Readers pick best webcomic: 100 Kirbies

One hundred Kirby amalgams make for one hundred different avatars. Special thanks to VG Cats' Scott Ramsoomair for the Grim Fandango-inspired Kirby. As prize, we (and the Joystiq voters) crown the strip best webcomic of the week. Second and third pl...

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WRUP: Adios, LucasArts

We've said our goodbyes to LucasArts, a once great publisher of video games whose grim fandango came this week at the hands of a mouse. Feel free to share your final positive thoughts on LucasArts in the comments. What's everyone playing this weeken...

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Bone interview on Quandary revives hope for the adventure genre

Dan Connors of Telltale Games has given another interview for the upcoming Bone adventure game. The Lucas alum mentions the slow death of the adventure genre at his former company, then tells us the creative vibe is very much alive at Telltal...

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Oblivion, Okami top GDC Awards Nominations

The 7th annual Game Developers Choice Awards nominations were announced today, with Okami and Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion taking the most number of nods at four each. Wii Sports and Gears of War also earned high honors with three nominations apiece....

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