Double Fine's downloadable adventure game coming to PS3, Xbox 360, PC, and Wii U next week for $15.
Gamers can journey into The Cave next week. Publisher Sega announced today that Double Fine's downloadable adventure game will launch next week on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, and Wii U.
The Cave will roll out first on January 22 on PSN and the Nintendo eShop, with an Xbox Live and PC launch slated for the next day. All versions of the game will cost $15.
For more on The Cave, check out GameSpot's preview video feature with Gilbert.
This actually looks pretty damn good.
Been very impressed with indie games the past couple of years, It seems like just yesterday Super Meat Boy popped into my life, now my Xbox and PS3 are almost full.
Gonna have to give this a shot!
Suprised by the DX10 card for min since it will be on consoles as well. I have a DX card and meet all the max except for the DX11 portion but still slightly suprised.
My first purchase of this game will probably be Wii U, then maybe steam when it drops in price. I need more Wii U games right now, and Little Inferno was pretty good on the Wii U.
I love these types of game, hey does anyone know the name of the adventure game that came out for the xbox original just as it ended that had a girl as the main character who adventured in real time japan, then into an alternate world. She had a cute teddy bear as a pda which was cool, no gunplay just a good story, puzzles.
Oh and it was a sequel I think from an older pc adventure game. Anyone know what the name of that game is?
Rong Gilbert is one of the two game makers i thust blindly, never dissapoints me, the other being Tim Schafer of course.
Celebrating cutting ties with Xbox and Playstation with this game. It'll be my first Steam purchase, looks like the cooky fun of Splosion Man at a less frantic pace!
@rudyv30 I love steam, but this is the kinda game you want to get for the living room, put on the large tv, lay down on couch or recliner and hopefully have a significant other arguing about what to do next.
Why is it when it comes to descriptions thats caves "open" when they dont have doors?? They were already open. theyre ALWAYS open. It didnt just open cause you found it or just walked in. I know, I know just......fuckin caves man. Total mindfuck.
As curious as I am for this game, I've been reading mixed responses so I'll have to see how well it's received by critics before downloading.
Is this the game they kickstarted? I was expecting something a bit more point and clicky and well.. old school. But it does look alright!
@TimeFrame@TimeFrame The kickstarter is probably not due for at least another 6 - 10 months. It is codenamed 'Reds' and is pure point-and-click (no action ... well at least, no platforming)! They are in full production right now and have shown lots of details about the game to backers. The documentary being created by 2player productions is also being released roughly every month and it is INCREDIBLE!!
You can still back it if you want (and they need some more money right now anyways): http://www.doublefine.com/dfapay
It's one of the most rewarding things I ever purchased! If you love games do it!!
@TimeFrame That is doble fines adventure!
@TimeFrame It isn't the Kickstarter game.
I'm glad to finally have a release date, since I preordered the game a few days ago. But a week? Awww man.. I was hoping for a few days.
@babuchas666 The game will be different depending on which 3 characters (out of a choice of 7) you choose to start with. This includes areas you visit and character interactions. So no, not like Trine really.
Trine 2 has you utilizing the capabilities of 3 completely different characters, this one looks like you going on (7?) different adventures.
@babuchas666 Meh...better than a game looking a little too much like Duke Nukem Forever.
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