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Costume Quest 2 goes trick-or-treating with bigger worlds, goofier costumes

Double Fine's catalog is defined by eclectic variety, with its previous efforts ranging from alternate-history tower defense games to RTS-infused brawlers. To date, however, none of the studio's games has seen a sequel. What, then, made the Halloween-themed RPG Costume Quest a standout candidate...

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Costume Quest 2 treats players to Oct. 7 launch on Steam

Costume Quest 2 launches on October 7 on Steam, with pre-orders live now and ripe for the picking – or tricking or treating. Pre-order the game across Mac, Linux and PC in two ways: Costume Quest 2 plus four classic costumes for $15, or pay $20 for the "Pre-Purchase Costume Quest 2 Bundle,"...

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Drink in Bloodrayne Betrayal on PC, out now on Steam

Et tu, Bloodrayne Betrayal? WayForward's campy revival is available now on Steam, any you can pick up the vampiric 2D hack-and-slash for $10 in North America, or £7/10 euros in lands closer to Transylvania. The PC port was handled by Abstraction Games, who you might recognize from the PC...

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Gone Home headed to consoles this year from Majesco's indie label

Indie developer The Fullbright Company announced that its landmark first-person adventure game Gone Home is coming to consoles this year. Majesco will publish the console version of Gone Home via its recently-launched indie label Midnight City. Specific release platforms have not been announced,...

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Costume Quest 2 comes knockin' on Halloween

Costume Quest 2 is due out on October 31 for consoles and PC, courtesy of a partnership between developer Double Fine and indie publisher Midnight City. There's no word on which consoles Double Fine is targeting, specifically. Costume Quest 2 stars Wren and Reynold, heroes of the original...

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Double Dragon Neon cowabungas onto Steam today with online co-op

Tubular news, dudes and dudettes: Double Dragon Neon is out later today on Steam for Windows PCs, and it's got a righteous new addition: online co-op. It comes courtesy of the bodacious bods at Abstraction Games, while the original flashback beat-em-up was developed by Ducktales Remastered studio...

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Blood of the Werewolf eyes Q2 console launch window

Midnight City, Majesco's indie publishing label, has announced launch timetables for two of its upcoming games. Blood of the Werewolf, which launched on Steam last year, will stalk Xbox 360 and PS3 sometime between April and the end of June, while Avalanche 2: Super Avalanche will hit Steam this...

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Slender: The Arrival gets spooky on Steam October 28

Survival horror game Slender: The Arrival will launch October 28 on Steam. The spooky adventure will set players back $9.99, and will launch on consoles in 2014. Slender: The Arrival is a re-imagining of Parsec Productions' free indie game Slender: The Eight Pages. The game is written by the...

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Slender: The Arrival stalks Steam this month

Blue Isle Studios' spooky tall-guy simulator Slender: The Arrival will turn up on Steam by the end of the month, according to a newsletter floating around the developer's official forums and Facebook page. The newsletter states that the game will drop by "this Halloween," and that the Steam version...

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Majesco creates Midnight City label to handle indie games

Majesco Entertainment (Cooking Mama, Zumba) has created an indie publishing label called Midnight City. The division is headed by former IGN Editor-in-Chief Casey Lynch and Doug Kennedy, former president and CEO of public relations firm Reverb Communications. The pair had previously worked...

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