Tag: Broken Age


Broken Age And Adventure Game Difficulty

Broken Age and Adventure Game Difficulty

 |  Reid McCarter
Having finished the second act of Double Fine Productions’ Broken Age, I feel conflicted about its overall success. The project, successfully funded on Kickstarter as a revival of the adventure genre, certainly makes good on its original promise.
Pixels &Amp; Ink #153 - Konami Trouble - 2015-05-01 13:38:46

Pixels & Ink #153 – Konami Trouble

 |  Melanie Emile
On this week’s Pixels & Ink podcast, Konami looks like its imploding, and unfortunately, it’s taking Silent Hill with it, so this podcast just turned into a wake. Canadian game prices are shooting up to $80 in some cases, so you’d better start tightening that wallet. And hey Broken Age got finished! And it’s an […]
Broken Age Act 2 (Pc) Review

Broken Age Act 2 (PC) Review

 |  Alexander Leach
So, it’s finally done.
Schafer Supports Molyneux, But Still No Excuse

Schafer Supports Molyneux, but Still No Excuse

 |  Kate Richards
In a video update announcing that episode two of Broken Age is “pretty much” in its beta stage, Double Fine head Tim Schafer expressed his sympathy and support for fellow developer Peter Molyneux. Molyneux has been known to express big ideas only to deliver products that don’t meet what many fans believe are grand promises. […]
Cgmpodcast Episode 93 - Eve Of Epic Battle

CGMPodcast Episode 93 – EVE of Epic Battle

 |  Wayne Santos
On this week’s CGM podcast, EVE Online has an epic battle that costs over $300, 000, Microsoft has a tremendous news leak, and Broken Age by Tim Schafer is out and everyone should play it.
Unbroken So Far: Broken Age Act I (Pc) Review 3

Unbroken So Far: Broken Age Act I (PC) Review

 |  Alexander Leach
This is a game a lot of people have been waiting for. One of the first ridiculously-successful Kickstarter games, this is certainly the most well-known, putting the model on the map. It’s goal was to prove that the adventure game was in demand, and that the nostalgia for Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle […]
Hand-Drawn Visuals Are A Breath Of Fresh Air 1

Hand-Drawn Visuals are a Breath of Fresh Air

 |  Reid McCarter
When the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 were announced last year, a large part of their respective reveals focused on the new consoles’ technological prowess. Microsoft and Sony were quick to identify just how advanced their hardware was, showcasing the two machines’ ability to render realistic guns, cars, and faces through clips of games like […]
Looking Ahead To 2014: Video Games To Look Forward To 1

Looking Ahead to 2014: videogames to look forward to

 |  Reid McCarter
Flipping the calendar over makes most of us start thinking about what’s in store for the year to come. Will you keep your New Year’s resolutions for more than two weeks? Of course not. Will Toronto get a new mayor? Maybe. Will the neighbours keep their Christmas lights up until April? Quite likely. Of course […]


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