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Hit List Q&A: Gone Home's Steve Gaynor

In the "Hit List" from the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences, the video game industry's top talents describe their current gaming addictions, their most anticipated releases and more. This week: Steve Gaynor, co-founder of 'Gone Home' developer The Fullbright Company. Steve Gaynor is co-f...

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Gone Home plus four in-game albums bundled for $25

The Fullbright Company has released a new Record Collection bundle that includes a copy of the studio's interactive short story Gone Home and four full albums by artists featured throughout the game. For $25, buyers will receive downloadable tracks from Calculated by Heavens to Betsy, Pottymouth...

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Gone Home began as an Amnesia mod, and you can play it

Amnesia: The Dark Descent developer Frictional Games revealed that The Fullbright Company's indie hit Gone Home began life as an Amnesia mod, but switched to the Unity engine after plans to license Frictional's HPL2 engine fell through. As a standard practice, Frictional Games co-founder Thomas ...

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Gone Home adds Commentary Mode, now 50% off on Steam

The Fullbright Company's first-person interactive story Gone Home has updated with a new Commentary Mode, giving players an excuse to make a return trip through the Greenbriar family's labyrinthine dwelling. Gone Home's free Commentary Mode adds more than 90 minutes of audio content to the game,...

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Gone Home developer preparing free commentary track

The Fullbright Company is working on a free in-game commentary track for its inaugural outing, Gone Home. "We're working on a commentary mode right now, and we're going to release that as free DLC," Fullbright's Steve Gaynor told RPS. "If you have it on Steam, you'll just get it. We don't have a...

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Gone Home sold to 50,000 occupants in a month

"Where is everyone?" house exploration mystery Gone Home, which is available through the game's site and Steam, has sold more than 50,000 copies since its launch on August 15. "We hope people will find it encouraging to know that," said Steve Gaynor, one of the founders of Fullbright Company. "A...

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The artists behind the SNES cart art in Gone Home

In your search for clues in Gone Home's big ol' house, you may have spotted a few forgotten games in the cupboard. The fictional SNES games of yesteryear were each concocted by established video game artists. Adventurous The Cat Returns, created by Double Fine artist Lee Perry, is the easiest ca...

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Gone Home review: First-Person Snooper

You have returned and found your house bereft of its family, but littered with material proof of their lives. If you've ever been left alone to ponder mom and dad's unexpected absence (always leave a note!), you'll know the mystery can swing between the wild and the mundane: Burglars. A late-night ...

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Gone Home finds out who's there on August 15

Gone Home, the first game from three ex-BioShock developers at The Fullbright Company, launches on Steam and the game's site on August 15 for PC, Mac and Linux, priced at $20. Gone Home is an exploration game set in the Pacific Northwest in the 90s, starring a teenage girl returning home from a ...

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Gone Home sets the stage with two original Riot Grrrl bands

Gone Home uses an atmospheric, introspective exploration game to tackle one of the most mysterious, emotional and twisted phenomena of human existence – being a teenage girl in the 90s. Trust us, it's terrible. Regardless of gender or decade, one thing that alleviates the confusion of adol...

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