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Grim Fandango Remastered isn’t the only game Double Fine is bringing to Switch. The company has also confirmed that Broken Age is on the way.

Here’s some information and a trailer:

Earlier this month, Double Fine tweeted out interest in bringing Psychonauts 2 to Switch. The company said that it hopes to “hit up as many platforms as we can with that one”.

That was followed up with another tweet a couple of days later. Double Fine clarified that there are “no existing plans for a Switch version, but it is possible we might later on”.


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140 footage

Posted on 1 year ago by (@NE_Brian) in Videos, Wii U eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes

This past week, the Wii U eShop game 140 made it out in North America. Find a few minutes of footage below.

Another Wii U eShop game has received a release date in Europe. 140 from Limbo lead designer Jeppe Carlsen is slated for September 8. It will carry a €7.99 price point.

We have the following overview:

“Created by Jeppe Carlsen (Lead puzzle designer, LIMBO) with Music by Jakob Schmid, 140 is a challenging minimalistic platformer with abstract colorful graphics. The game requires rhythmic awareness to overcome obstacles which are controlled by an energetic, yet melancholic electronic soundtrack!

Originally released for PC and Mac OS in 2013 after winning the Excellence in Audio award at the Independent Games Festival, 140 is now being adapted for consoles and handhelds by Abstraction Games in partnership with Double Fine Presents. It’s headed to PS4, PS Vita, Wii U, 3DS and Xbox One this summer!”

And a trailer:

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Double Fine and Abstraction Games are working together to bring 140 to new platforms, including Wii U and 3DS.

The “challenging minimalistic platformer” originally debuted in 2013. In the game, players will need “rhythmic awareness to overcome obstacles which are controlled by an energetic, yet melancholic electronic soundtrack.”

140 is planned for a summer release on Nintendo platforms. Take a look at a trailer below.

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Costume Quest 2 launched on Wii U last week, but it came without a feature most players were hoping would be included: off-TV play. On the bright side, a patch does appear to be in the works so that the functionality can be added in.

Double Fine’s Ben Burbank confirmed on Twitter last week:


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It wasn’t in today’s Nintendo Download report, but Nintendo has confirmed that Costume Quest 2 will be releasing on the European Wii U eShop this Thursday. The game should be available for €14.99.

It’s unclear if Costume Quest 2 is due out in North America this week as well. Launching in time for Halloween would certainly make sense!

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