Stacking Previews - PS3

Game Description: Stacking for PS3 allows the player to assume the role of a Russian doll named Charlie and solve puzzles by hopping into and out of other characters in this quirky, stylish downloadable title.
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Stacking Previews

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    Stacking Hands-On Preview


    Abbie Heppe sits with Double Fine's Tim Schafer and Lee Petty for a preview of Stacking, the upcoming title from the creators of Brutal Legend and Costume Quest that has you playing as Russian stacking dolls as you quest through a variety of locations.

    Posted: Jan 31, 2011 | 4,700 Views | 03:52

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    Stacking Preview: Tim Schafer's Russian Doll Situation

    We take a look at Double Fine's latest (eventual) masterpiece.

    Posted: Dec 23, 2010

  • Best of 2011: Most Original Game

    Posted: December 14, 2011

    8,388 Views | 02:07

  • Best of 2011: Best Downloadable Game

    Posted: December 14, 2011

    21,813 Views | 01:53

  • Top 10 Games of 2011 So Far (10 thru 6)

    Posted: July 5, 2011

    24,903 Views | 02:30

  • Tim Schafer Wants To Be On X-Play More

    Posted: March 22, 2011

    4,631 Views | 01:36

  • Stacking Video Review

    Posted: February 22, 2011

    1,629 Views | 02:26


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