Where Are They Now? - Keiji Inafune
Kickstarter to Release - Shovel Kight: Specter of Torment
Kickstarter to Release - Cosmic Star Heroine
Where Are They Now? - Maksym Pashanin
Kicked! - Parkitect
Kickstarter to Release: Yooka-Laylee
Kickstarter to Release: Broken Age
Double Fine Adventure - The Documentary that Changed Everything
Kicked! - Double Fine Adventure
Where Are They Now? - Keiji InafuneAfter the disaster of Mighty No. 9 and the failure of Red Ash, we have to wonder where former icon Keiji Inafune is.
Kickstarter to Release - Shovel Kight: Specter of TormentShovel Knight's next major piece of DLC is here, and we're going to find out if it stacks up to the original's greatness.
Kickstarter to Release - Cosmic Star HeroineCosmic Star Heroine effortlessly lives up to it's Kickstarter promises without having to sacrifice quality.
Where Are They Now? - Maksym PashaninPresenting Where Are They Now?, a show dedicated to finding where "they" are now. Today, we're hot the trail of Maksym Pashanin's whereabouts, the man behind Confederate Express and Knuckle Club.
Kicked! - ParkitectParkitect, much like Double Fine Adventure before it, managed to revive a once dead genre. Quite a feat for such a humble campaign.
Kickstarter to Release: Yooka-LayleeYooka-Laylee released last week, so how does the final product stack up to what was pitched on the 7th most funded Kickstarter campaign? Is the game actually any good?
Kickstarter to Release: Broken AgeWe're wrapping up our 5th Anniversary look at Double Fine's Kickstarter with a review of the final game, and impressions aren't completely positive.
Double Fine Adventure - The Documentary that Changed EverythingDouble Fine Adventure is the first documentary to take its audience through the entire process of game development, from the the first idea, to finally shipping the game. Today, we look at the impact its had on the industry.
Kicked! - Double Fine AdventureThis week marks the 5th Anniversary of Double Fine Adventure. To kick off the festivities, we begin with Kicked!, and a look at what made the campaign both so successful, beloved, and hated.