Will Double Fine do a Psychonauts HD remaster?

7 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Day of the Tentacle Remastered announced, arrives in March 2016.

Double Fine has rolled an enhanced variant of Grim Fandango and the studio is slated to unfurl remastered version of Day of the Tentacle ready to hit the market in early 2016. Tim Schafer from Double Fine Productions announced two remastered games will be coming to PS4 and PS Vita at the PlayStation Experience 2015 in San Francisco.Speaking of which, Schafer also went on to announce that another standalone Psychonauts game is planned for the PlayStation VR, titled Psychonauts: In The Rhombus Of Ruin. During the tech site Destructoid’s latest chat with Double Fine chief Tim Schafer concerning Psychonauts 2, the site asked if the developer has any intentions to roll out a refined model of the original game for up to date platforms, so the new gamers might have an chance to experience what the excitement is all about prior to the highly anticipated follow-up unveilings in 2018. “We talk about this a lot,” Schafer stated, prior to citing every remaster has its distinct hurdles. “They’re all different,” he said further, “And Psychonauts would involve a lot of remodeling.” “We’re trying to figure out what we can do,” Schafer told Destructoid. “I wouldn’t say we’re never going to do that.

Those how haven’t played the game, the remastered version will be a treat as the 90s mind-bending, time travel, cartoon puzzle adventure game will allow you to team up with three unlikely friends work together to prevent an evil, mutated purple tentacle from taking over the world. If we can figure out a way that we can bring it to a new audience, we would love to have as many people play it as possible.” With that in mind, it appears like a remaster of that scale is greater than what Double Fine can commit. At today’s PlayStation Experience, Double Fine announced that “Full Throttle” will be returning as ‘Full Throttle Remastered, ‘ which will come to both the PS4 and PC (likely next year). The player is taken into a cartoonish world following Bernard Bernoulli, and his friends Hoagie and Laverne, on an adventure to stop the evil Purple Tentacle. In the game itself, you’ll be able to switch between classic and remastered modes, and mix and match around the audio, graphics and user interface, too.

Schafer created the games while he was at LucasArts, the now-defunct division of Star Wars creator George Lucas’ Lucasfilm, which is now owned by Disney. Double Fine certainly seems preoccupied with revisiting the past lately, with Grim Fandango Remastered released earlier in the year as well as Schafer announcing a funding campaign for a Psychonauts sequel earlier this week (which has already raised over half of its final goal).

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