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    Take Trick or Treating to the Max with Costume Quest

    Most of us are old enough that knocking on doors and asking for candy would cause our neighbours to call the police. Double Fine invites us to return to a Halloween full of costumes, make believe, and sugar rushes from the safety and comfort of our home consoles.

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    Article correction: Rather than featuring action combat, Costume Quest's combat appears to be primarily turn based, but with timed attacks mapped to button presses, similar to the combat found in the Mario RPG series. Thanks, Kotaku!
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    This looks like an interesting game... I am curious to see how many and what kind of costumes will be available to choose from and the extent of customization for skills and what not.

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    This looks like one of those ridiculously stupid games I invariably love.

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    Correction regarding the battle system posted above.

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    This looks like a game that's right up my alley. I'll be watching this one more closely, I think.

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    This is worth keeping an eye on. I enjoyed both Psychonauts and Brütal legend, so I'm optimistic.

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    This one isan't actually a Tim Schafer game. The lead dev is Tasha Harris, Double Fine's lead animator. It's absolutely looking like it's up my alley.

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    Yeah, I know, but I still have high hopes.

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    Debut trailer

    Looks very promising.

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