Double Fine's heavy metal action adventure Brutal Legend is the latest game to receive backward compatibility support on Xbox One, arriving alongside the perhaps marginally less well-known Greg Hastings Paintball 2.
Tim Schafer will receive this year's prestigious BAFTA Fellowship prize, following in the footsteps of John Carmack, Gabe Newell and Shigeru Miyamoto.
Heavy metal action-adventure Brütal Legend is free on Humble Bundle for a limited time.
There's a new Humble Bundle and this time it revolves around the work of Tim Schafer's studio Double Fine.
Double Fine's 2009 metal adventure/RTS opus Brütal Legend is finally coming to PC on 26th February.
Psychonauts creator Tim Schafer doesn't think publishers are evil, but does believe they sometimes remove risky ideas from games.
Brütal Legend creator Tim Schafer has hit back at this morning's scathing criticism from Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick.
Tim Schafer has hired Ron Gilbert to work at Double Fine Studios to create a new game.
Bobby Kotick has hit back at Brütal Legend developer Tim Schafer – who famously called the Activision Blizzard CEO a "total prick" in a Eurogamer interview.
Tim Schafer has said he hates being thought of as an arthouse developer.
Activision has responded on Bobby Kotick's behalf to remarks made by Tim Schafer in a Eurogamer interview yesterday that condemned the curly-haired mega-publisher-boss as a "total prick" who doesn't like games.
Double Fine Productions founder Tim Schafer, who was sued last year by Activision over the release of Brutal Legend by EA, has told Eurogamer exactly what he thinks of Bobby Kotick in an explosive new interview.
A second batch of downloadable content is on the way for heavy metal-themed action game Brütal Legend.
In an interview with GamePro, Brutal Legend director Tim Schafer has said he intends to do more DLC for both sides of the game.
EA and Double Fine have announced that they'll be releasing the first downloadable content for heavy metal adventure Brütal Legend next week.
PS3 blockbuster Uncharted 2: Among Thieves swung into the UK all-formats chart at number two this week, denied top-billing by an unmovable FIFA 10.
We missed this the other day, but we wouldn't want you to miss it too - Double Fine's Tim Schafer has celebrated his 20th anniversary of getting into the games industry by posting up some rejection letters and reminiscing about getting a job at LucasFilm.
EA has released a Brutal Legend demo on Xbox Live Marketplace.
EA has announced that a Brutal Legend demo will be available on 17th September for PS3 and Xbox 360.
Double Fine has drawn back the curtain on the four-player RTS multiplayer mode within upcoming action game Brutal Legend.
The October release of Brutal Legend will go ahead as planned after Activision and Double Fine reached a legal settlement.
The judge presiding over the Brutal Legend legal battle has delayed his decision until next week - but warned he's unlikely to rule in Activision's favour.
Tim Curry, star of The Rocky Horror Picture Show amongst several thousand other things, is doing a voiceover for Brutal Legend.
The publisher formerly known as Vivendi has filed suit against Double Fine Productions to prevent the release of Brutal Legend this October.
Rock megastar Ozzy Osbourne will appear in forthcoming EA title Brutal Legend.
He's responsible for some of the funniest games ever made, and Tim Schafer has admitted that trying out gags on audiences is a vital part of the development process.
Tim Schafer has revealed that publishing executives asked him to change heavy metal action-adventure Brütal Legend into a "hip-hop" or "country music" game, back when it was originally pitched.
EA has announced that Brütal Legend will launch on PS3 and Xbox 360 on 16th October. The US gets the game on 13th October.
Psychonauts developer Tim Schafer reckons we all worry too much about the sales of videogames, while publishers actually put a lot of stock in a game's quality and critical reception.
"Fans worry too much about sales, to tell you the truth," he told MTV. "As long as you make a cool game, publishers want to talk to you... [They say] 'We liked Psychonauts and we think we could have sold it better'."
Mind you, half the cast of The Apprentice could have sold Psychonauts better, since it was relentlessly funny and ingenious. Check out our original review to remind yourself why.
Activision is reportedly hot and bothered about EA Partners' plans to publish Double Fine's game Brutal Legend.
EA Partners has rescued publisher-less game Brutal Legend, the next project from celebrated developer Tim Schafer and Double Fine Productions.
Activision Blizzard boss Bobby Kotick has explained that various Sierra (Vivendi) games were dumped for not exhibiting "potential to be exploited every year across every platform".
Tim Schafer has uploaded the entire Grim Fandango design document for the internet to pick to pieces.
Sony Pictures Entertainment, owner of the Ghostbusters licence, says the game will be released "one way or another".
Funny developer Double Fine has made a new mini-game for all of you on the Internet. If you have Flash.
A little while ago, our excellent friends at Double Fine ran a Halloween competition, and many of you asked us if we were going to highlight it using our esteemed organ. We thought about it, but obviously we completely ignored you, because no one likes a suck-up. However, when our boss walked in this morning and mentioned that Double Fine is running a Christmas competition and that some of the entries are "amazing", we knew we had to act.
Double Fine's Tim Schafer says he's keen to do an Xbox Live Arcade game, but hasn't got the time at the moment what with all the developing and that.
Tim Schafer knows you all want sequels to his games, but has told naughty lads publication Playboy that you aren't getting any.
It isn't that he doesn't want to revisit all the charismatic creatures he creates, just that he and his team like to focus on new ideas - and know you lot will probably fall in love with those, too. And then ask for sequels.
"We like to make things hard on ourselves. We like to try new things. I think it's important that every time you do a game, you do something that's the exact opposite of the last one you did... Part of the fun of it is doing a complete 180 every time," Schafer told Playboy under lovely-lady duress.
Although Sierra has yet to own up to it, Tim Schafer and Double Fine Productions have finally taken the wraps off their next game in the pages of US magazine Game Informer. Its name is Brütal Legend.
It's a game that pays homage to the ancient and mysterious forces of rock, and puts you in the biker-boots of Eddie Riggs, probably the best roadie in the world.
After fate takes a weird turn for him you will be slung into a fantasy world where even the air you breathe is inspired by metal history, and soon only your knowledge of a good old roadie rampage can save the day.