Costume Quest 2 Patch To Add Off-TV Play For Wii U

Double Fine has revealed that it is working on a patch for the Wii U version of Costume Quest 2. The upcoming update will implement off-TV play integration, allowing users to play the action RPG solely on the Wii U GamePad. A sequel to Double Fine’s Halloween-themed original, Costume Quest 2 includes new features and gameplay enhancements. Priced at $14.99, the game is available in the Nintendo eShop on Wii U.

Costume Quest 2 Coming To Wii U eShop

Double Fine have confirmed to Polygon that Costume Quest 2 will be coming to the Wii U eShop this Halloween. Double Fine says it’s probably one of their most requested sequels besides Psychonauts.  Double Fine is keeping Costume Quest 2 story details under wraps, but players should expect more of the same from the sequel which gives the fans exactly what they’ve been asking for. You can read the preview of the game, right here.

Thanks, WiiUMasterRace

The Cave Release Dates And Price Announced

the_cave_screenshotPublisher Sega has announced the release dates and price of developer Double Fine’s upcoming platformer, The Cave. This month, on January 22nd, The Cave launches in the Nintendo eShop on Wii U and PlayStation Network. A day later, on January 23rd, the game will hit Xbox Live Arcade and Steam. All versions of The Cave will cost $14.99.

The Cave On Wii U Uses GamePad For Camera And Character, Will Look Identical To 360, PS3


Chris Remo, community manager and writer at Double Fine Productions, has told Joystiq that The Cave for Wii U will utilise the GamePad for camera and character switching. The publication says that the GamePad is simply a glorified character selector and camera controller, and that’s it. Remo also stated that the game will be pretty much identical to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions.

“So other than that, it pretty much plays like all the other versions. We did work really hard to ensure that visually everything you’re seeing is identical to the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, so there’s no downscaling, there’s nothing going on that is not up to par with the other next-gen systems. There’s nothing super wacky going on, but it’s a completely full-featured version of the game.”

Double Fine Presents New Game “The Cave”

Double Fine Production has officially announced their new game which is titled The Cave. News of Ron Gilbert’s next spectacular 2D adventure franchise leaked earlier this week when it was revealed that Sega is publishing the game. The Cave is described by Kotaku as a mix between Manic Mansion with a little Metroidvania thrown in for good measure. It’s expected to be released sometime next year, so expect to hear plenty about the game at E3.

Nintendo Wii: Legendary Developer Tim Schafer Wants To Make A Wii Game

Tim Schafer the legendary developer behind the critically acclaimed Psychonauts and the fairly recent Brutal Legend has expressed a keen interest in creating a game for the Nintendo Wii.

“Most of my all time favourite games are Nintendo games. I have touched Shigeru Miyamoto with my bare hands!!! (He was very soft and pleasant.) Double Fine would love to make something for Nintendo’s fine machine, but it’s not up to us. It’s the publisher’s money, so they get to decide what platform to invest in. In other words, IT’S NOT OUR FAULT! I personally would have loved to make Psychonauts for the Game Cube. (Well, not literally me personally. I would have loved to tell someone else to make it, and I would have loved to watch them do it, and I would have loved yelling, “Faster! Faster!” as they worked.) I really hope we get a chance to make a game for the Wii some day. Why don’t you spam your favorite publisher with mail right now and ask them to send us money to make a Wii game? (And a little extra money for a pool table?)”

– Double Fine’s, Tim Schafer