A trick and a treat
After spending, oh, just the eight months in SCEE quality assurance hell, Costume Quest 2 is finally ready for, er, Hallowe'en. The game's already available on the PlayStation 3 in Europe, but missed the Holiday of Horrors by some margin on the PlayStation 4. There's no word as to why the game was delayed – maybe it couldn't...
Trick or treat?
Costume Quest 2 is the latest game from lauded developer Double Fine, and is actually the firm’s first full-blown sequel to boot. The title depicts the continuing adventures of twins Reynold and Wren, as they combat a time travelling delinquent dentist determined to destroy Hallowe’en and its teeth-decaying deeds. Much like the...
No fun allowed
Y’know, if we worked at Double Fine, we’d probably be spitting our pumpkin pie all over the office carpet right now. Costume Quest 2 was announced for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 this week – complete with exclusive Sackboy content no less – but when it was mentioned that SCEE hadn’t finalised a release date yet, we...
Knock and fun
It may seem like we’re playing tricks with you, but we can guarantee that we’re not – Sackboy really is joining the Costume Quest 2 cast on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. Due out ahead of Hallowe’en in North America next week, Double Fine’s hotly anticipated knock and run sequel will allow you to dress up as Media...
White with excitement
Double Fine has announced a tasty treat in the shape of Costume Quest 2, we trick you not. Due out this Hallowe’en courtesy of publisher Midnight City, the follow-up will represent the studio’s first ever numbered sequel. While details are scarce right now, the humorous teaser trailer embedded below details the fictional...
Invitations sent out to the US press have hinted at multiple game reveals from creative powerhouse Double Fine
The October 14th event teased "six incredible products to behold" as well as "multiple exciting announcements". Double Fine's been pretty quiet on PlayStation 3 since the release of Costume Quest and Stacking on the PlayStation Network. We'd love to see more of that..
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Costume Quest's "Grubbins On Ice" will hit the PlayStation Network in time for Christmas, launching on December 21st in North America
The downloadable add-on includes a new area, new costumes and a bunch of new quests to complete. A perfect accompaniment to the festive season indeed.
Double Fine's delightfully seasonal RPG adventure, Costume Quest, is set to get a fresh slice of DLC next month
The downloadable add-on, titled "Grubbins On Ice", takes the imaginative youngsters from the game's main campaign into the Narnia-esque realm of Repugia. The DLC will bring with it a bunch of new costumes and patterns, alongside several enhancements for the main game. An..
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DoubleFine's first downloadable title, Costume Quest, will hit the PlayStation Network on October 20th according to GameInformer
The action RPG will be published under THQ's new "Kids, Family, Casual Games" division. It's set to retail for $15 in the US.
This debut trailer for Double Fine's downloadable Costume Quest might do little to detail the actual gameplay, but it's certainly packed with plenty of trademark whimsy
Consider our attention piqued. Hopefully there's a suitably fitting Danny Elfman soundtrack to hand.
Wow, THQ are really gunning for the hardcore market aren't they? After the coup of Tomonobu Itagaki just before E3, you'd think they might be happy to rest on their laurels for a little why
Nuh-uh, they've just announced a deal to publish Costume Quest, the first downloadable title from Tim Schafer's studio Double Fine. Costume Quest will be the...