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All Articles: Stacking
Stacking is one of our favorite digital titles to have kicked off 2011, so we’re understandably delighted to learn that the game will be getting a DLC add-on entitled The Lost Hobo King. This episode sees Charlie helping his artistically-inclined hobo friend Levi and his Uncle Rufus find the fragmented pieces of the lost crown so that Rufus may ascend to the throne of Hobo. The all new environment and story come with new challenges, hi-jinks, over fifteen new dolls, and trophies/achievements. No word on pricing or specific dating, but the pack will come to the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade in early April.
That’s pretty soon, so if you haven’t checked out Stacking yet, be sure to get the demo or read our review linked above.
In a space where a million small studios are trying to make the next big hit, world-class developer Double Fine productions returns to the downloadable scene with Stacking. From the mind of Art Director Lee Petty and under the mantle of the legendary Tim Schafer, this puzzle-solving adventure game combines pleasantly appealing visuals and intuitive gameplay with the social commentary and quirky humor of the era of silent films. (more…)
Microsoft is gearing up for their second annual Xbox Live Arcade House Party promotion, but they still added a pair of new games to the XBLA today.
Stacking, a puzzle platformer starring a bunch of Russian stacking dolls from Tim Schafer’s Double Fine Productions is definitely the highlight of the day. It’s been prriced at 1200 Microsoft Points ($15).
Next up is a racing game known as TNT Racers, except the TNT stands for “Tracks N Tricks.” It’s been priced at 800 Microsoft Points ($10).
More information on both of these titles can be found after the break. (more…)
Microsoft may be planning a five-week blowout of big games beginning next week with the Xbox Live House Party, but Sony has decided to dump a massive amount of cool games onto the PlayStion Store in a single day.
Leading off this week’s PlayStation Store update is Double Fine’s Stacking, perhaps the finest (AKA the only) game about Russian stacking dolls. Best of all, it’s free to PlayStation Plus subscribers. What a deal!
Also available this week is Explodemon, a platformer with an exploding hero that is totally not at all similar to last year’s XBLA game ‘Splosion Man.
Finally, Sony has made Tales From Space: About a Blob available to all PSN users and PopCap has fertilized the service with their hit game Plants vs Zombies.