05-23-2012 01:01 AM #1
Ron Gilbert's new game being published by Sega.
I'm kind of surprised Sega stepped up for this. They also revealed a teaser image showing the style of the game. Pretty good looking, I have to say. I hope we find out more at E3... this game cannot get here quickly enough.
05-23-2012 02:24 AM #2
Damn. I'd assumed up until this point that the game would be a downloadable title released on Steam, XBL, PSN, etc. Does this mean it's actually going to be a retail disc?
05-23-2012 10:54 AM #3
Who the hell is Ron Gilbert?My setup:
Playstation 3 320 GB(60GB) - 31 games, 13 BDs(have to recount)
42" Vizio 120hz 1080p set
PC Setup: GTX 670 2GB, 32 GB RAM, Intel Core i7 3770k, 120 GB Mushkin SSD OS drive, WD Cav Blue 500 GB 7200rpm HDD, WD Cav Black 2 Terabyte 7200rpm HDD, Windows 7 Professional
PSN and XBL: MA16v3
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05-23-2012 01:18 PM #10
I would think you'd only need a publisher of Sega's size if you were actually going to start pressing discs and needed to worry about physical distribution.
05-23-2012 01:38 PM #11
It's weird but I don't know why this makes me think retail. Double fine has had publishers for all their non-kickstarter stuff so far and recently that's all been digital but something about it being Sega just throws me off. I guess I think if it was digital then THQ or Microsoft would have published it. Unless the games put out by those companies weren't that successful.
05-24-2012 10:32 AM #12
Game is called The Cave, and is a digital release.
When Monkey Island creator Ron Gilbert joined Double Fine Productions in 2010, he teased an adventure game project that'd been rattling around his head for a few years. Today, after a little hint, it's finally been revealed as The Cave, coming for download on PC and consoles in early 2013.
Choosing a trio of characters from a selection including a knight, scientist, time traveller, hillbilly and creepy twins, each with their own special abilities and motivations, you'll venture down into the titular hole. This no no mere cave, no no no, rather The Cave, filled with strange and wonderful environments and, this being an adventure game, puzzles.
Rock, Paper, Shotgun reports that it packs same-screen multiplayer, which all sounds a bit like Trine with more puzzling and less killing, and quite splendid.
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