2011 saw its share of disappointments, but it was also a year that contained a good number of nice surprises. Some were games we just didn't see coming—they snuck up on us and grabbed us with their excellence. Others were games that we thought were going to be terrible or at best so-so, but which would up being…
Double Fine's Iron Brigade is getting a new campaign and horde-mode styled game mode, the game makers tell Kotaku.
The loading screens for Double Fine's triple-fine Xbox Live Arcade mech game Trenched are spot-on parodies of early 20th-century pulp magazine covers. Unfortunately (or fortunately), they go by too quickly to be properly enjoyed. Double Fine kindly provided all but one cover—that one had a spoiler—so that you can…
We've been enjoying Double Fine's lovable, downloadable mech game Trenched for more than a week now, but our European Xbox 360 owning compatriots have been denied its delicious blend of tower defense and shoot 'em up fun. What gives?
Blockbuster video games rarely released during the summer. But scale is no measure of quality; and while not all are of AAA-proportions, we'll demonstrate that this summer's schedule could include some of the strangest and boldest titles of the year.
The people at Double Fine Productions, of Brutal Legend, Costume Quest and Stacking fame, are releasing their next game in June. That's Trenched, remember?
During PAX East this weekend Microsoft hypoed up their attractive upcoming Xbox Live Arcade lineup with a series of limited edition postcards transforming each title into a classic action movie poster. Can you tell which movies the posters came from?
How best to explain the wonderfully unusual Trenched? It's true that it's a tower defense game. It's also a third-person shooter, a deeply customizable war game with loot drops and online player progression. This is World War I-era trench warfare, only this time, the good guys have giant gas-powered mechs and the bad…
You just can't stop Double-Fine from releasing games at the moment. Costume Quest, Stacking, Sesame Street, all out or coming out within a year of each other. You can now add Trenched to that list.
The people behind games as diverse as Brutal Legend, Costume Quest and Stacking are making a war game. A World War I game. With giant mechanized robots. Trench warfare from an alternate reality is the next downloadable game from Double Fine Productions. It's called Trenched.