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Broken Age Act 1 released earlier this year to critical acclaim, and though Act 2 was originally planned for release later in the year, developer Double Fine has confirmed that it will now slip into early 2015. The game's producer, Greg Rice, mentioned on Double Fine's forums that their goal is to finish all of the finale work so they can hit Alpha on Act 2 before the end of this year. "The game is looking really good and the team is working super fast, but we just gotta give the game the time it needs to really deliver on everything we're hoping it will be," Rice added. Rice also mentions that playtests of the game are coming in at around 8 to 12 hours, which should please fans as it will be longer than the first game. Broken Age Act 2 will be free for those who purchased Act 1 (or backed the initial Kickstarter). You can check out our review for Broken Age Act 1 here. Source: Double Fine Productions What are your thoughts on Act 2's delay?
Great news for fans of point-and-click adventure games and Double Fine - famed developer Ron Gilbert announced over Twitter today that his newest adventure game, The Cave, has officially been announced for release on January 22nd on the Wii U eShop and PSN (for PS3) for $14.99. The game will also release on XBLA on Jan. 23rd for 1200 Microsoft points, as well as on Steam the same day for $14.99. In The Cave, you'll assemble a team of three unique individuals each with their own personalities and skills as you discover a subterranean amusement park, a medieval castle, and a fully-armed and ready-to-launch nuclear ICBM. The game looks like it's shaping up to be one of the more unique experiences of early 2013, so definitely keep an eye on it if you enjoy adventure games. Are you looking forward to playing The Cave?