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'Grim Fandango Remastered' and 'Broken Age' are headed to Switch

Two Tim Schafer classics are coming to Nintendo's console.
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06.13.18 in AV
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Two point-and-click titles from Tim Schafer's studio Double Fine Productions will be coming to the Nintendo Switch. The first, Grim Fandango Remastered, is a revised version of the classic title for modern platforms that came out in 2015, while the two-part Broken Age marked Schafer's triumphant return to adventure games. Double Fine didn't announce when either would come to the Switch.

The announcement came alongside a night of performances commemorating Grim Fandango's 20th anniversary. The original voice cast assembled for a live reading of a slice of the game's script backed by music from the title's soundtrack composer Peter McConnell and Clint Bajakian. The night had another guest: Jack Black, who had lent voices to Double Fine games Brutal Legend and Broken Age, showed up to add to the cast. Watch the full event below:

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