Double Fine is almost ready to release Broken Age Act 2 into the wild

26 Mar 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘Broken Age’ (ALL) Act 2 Gets Dated On All Platforms.

An early Kickstarter success, managing to raise 3.45 million dollars in only a month, Broken Age is a point and click adventure game from game developer legend Tim Schafer and his company Double Fine Productions.…Vella has been chosen by her village to have the honour of being sacrificed to the terrible monster Mog Chothra, but having no interest in being devoured by a horrible beast, must go against ages old tradition and make her escape. We recently got a first look at the second part of the Kickstarter-funded game, and we learned that the big finale was coming “sometime soon.” Well, we now have a hard date. Meanwhile somewhere in space, Shay is living a solitary life under the care of a very motherly computer, and whilst his every need is taken care of in every way imaginable, he wishes for nothing more than to break free from the monotonous safety of his daily life, and have some real adventures.

Shay is played by Elijah Wood from Lord of the Rings, and Vella by Masasa Moyo who played Sarah in Team America, as well as Jack Black, Jennifer Hale and Pendleton Ward, they’re in the game too! Along with the good news, it was also announced, via a post on the PlayStation Blog, that April 28th will mark the full game (Act 1 and 2) coming to PS4 and PS Vita.

For those unfamiliar with Tim Schafer or his work, he was one of the developers behind the applauded Grim Fandango, which saw a remastered release on PlayStation platforms earlier this year. Following two teenagers, Shay (Elijah Wood) and Vella (Masasa Moyo), Broken Age tells the beautifully written story of these two as they live seemingly disconnected, yet parallel lives, each trying to break away from the traditions they find so trapping.

If you want a slightly different look at Broken Age: Act 2, you can check out the 12 minutes of gameplay we posted yesterday with new Tim Schafer commentary above. Act 1 released to highly positive reviews, Polygon calling it “delightful, beautiful,” and “utterly charming,” and Destructoid proclaiming, “I haven’t felt this surge of nostalgia and excitement about a game in a long time.”

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