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What is to be a glorious summer of Psychonauts content updates begins with the addition of the w.i.p. enemies section, detailing the game's many foes.
Ryan pulls the venerable Tim Schafer away from the excitement of Psychonauts' impending release for a few seconds, and asks him three brief (read: long) questions about the game and himself.
The excellent game Psychonauts has shipped!
At long last, Psychonauts is being delivered to stores and retailers worldwide. Delivery vans and trucks are pulling up alongside incredibly excited storekeepers, who you just know all intend to secretly slip a copy of the game into their jacket whilst nobody's looking. It's almost poetic. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, Psychonauts is officially released. History has now been made, for this game is the proverbial "ownage", pulling Tim Schafer and his team up to the leagues of the divine.

It probably won't become available until tomorrow for the majority of you, and slightly later still for those that are importing the game, should they be unlucky enough to live outside of the US. Like me. But still, get excited people! And just when the excitement was starting to corrode your insides away, there'll be another announcement coming from Double Fine tomorrow. Regulars on our forums have already worked out what it is. Will you be able to contain your anticipation and not just go read out the workings? It's up to you. I sure couldn't.

Now the game's out, stay tuned for a lot more section activity on Razputin's Domain. There'll naturally be plenty of information being produced on the game's locations, a more thorough characters section, and many other things to totally satisfy you in getting the absolute most out of Psychonauts. If you spot any hidden jokes, in-jokes or other such cool things, be sure to let me know about them. They'll go nicely in the trivia section. I mean, I have a sharp eye and all, but I'll be too busy having my soul massaged by the game itself to spot everything.

Posted by Ryan on April 19th 2005. 5 comments being displayed, with the oldest ones at the top.
Europeans still wait...

Comment posted on April 19th 2005, 08:24 pm
I've got mine coming to the UK via GameStop, although the shipping was like 80% of the game's price. :~

Comment posted on April 19th 2005, 09:41 pm
Heh, shipping was actually $30 from EB Games, the game is $29.99. Weeell, if I get it before the end of next week it'll be worth it. Hopefully even before that. But it hasn't even shipped yet.

Comment posted on April 19th 2005, 09:56 pm
But it requires a credit card to order it right? Iit takes ages to get one here.

Comment posted on April 20th 2005, 07:01 am
My PC version hasn't shipped from EBgames yet and I called the local EBGames retailer and they don't have the PC copy but they do the X-Box one.

<Whine> Us PC Gamers are getting to be such second class citizens these days!

Oh well, I'll have my copy by next week, at least.

Comment posted on April 20th 2005, 10:10 pm
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