May 16, 2011

Video Game History Month

We're already halfway through the month, but it's never too late to celebrate Video Game History Month. Gamespot has been putting out videos celebrating the history of video games.

That's where I came across a mini-documentary type video of Tim Schafer. If you're big into quirky games like I am then you must know who Tim Schafer is. He helped with game classics such as The Monkey Island series, Full Throttle, and Grim Fandango. After starting his own company, Double Fine, he's been able to produce some even more quirky games such as Psychonauts, BrĂ¼tal Legend, Costume Quest, and Stacking.

The mini documentary is 22 minutes long, and is very entertaining. Check it out here!

There is also a mini documentary of Duke Nukem, and Diablo.

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