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Halloween is nearly upon us, and no game embrodies the spirit of trick-or-treating like Costume Quest 2. Until recently, a only all the sugary fun has been on Steam, but not anymore. Costume Quest 2 is coming to the PlayStaton 3 and PlayStation 4 on October 28th, and it will feature an exclusive Sackboy costume. Dress up as the beloved and iconic character, gather candy, and do battle. Check out the trailer above to see the Sackboy costume in action. The trailer below features other costumes, including the superhero, candy corn, clown and pharoah.




Costume Quest PSN



Announced back in November, Grubbins on Ice continues the story and exploits of twins Wren and Reynold along with their pals Lucy and Everett with a brand-new level, new adventures, new costumes and new characters.


In Costume Quest 2, players once again take control of twins Reynold and Wren as they set off on a trick or treating adventure. They'll fight evil Grubbins in Halloween costumes that grant them superhuman powers. This time, however, the action moves to a new suburb in Louisiana. How they get there, we're not sure yet, as Double Fine is keeping story details under wraps for now, only explaining that the story takes place immediately after the downloadable add-on, Grubbins on Ice. But Costume Quest 2 is playable and still as charming as ever.


"It's probably our most requested sequel, besides Psychonauts," said Greg Rice, Double Fine publishing manager. "People have been asking for it forever. I think it's that every Halloween you're reminded about the game. We have a lot of people who are coming back to us saying they replay it every year."


In Costume Quest 2, players will have access to a wider variety of Halloween costumes. Some fan favorites from the first game are returning, but Double Fine is expanding the dress up options with at least four new playable costumes: the Clown, the Superhero, the Pterodactyl and the Candy Corn.


In fact, Double Fine has an achievement built into the game for players who wear the Candy Corn costume the entire game, limiting your party to two members, instead of three. "It's hard-corn mode," Rice said.


In addition to tweaking how turn-based battles play out, Double Fine is working to improve the moments in-between, as players explore the world of Costume Quest 2 and undertake side quests. One big improvement is movement. In the original, most players opted to wear the Robot costume, as the outfit's roller shoes let players glide around at high speed. In Costume Quest 2, all the kids wear heelys.


One side quest we completed involved using the Clown's horn. The kids wanted to join a group of street musicians as they played some New Orleans-style jazz in the game's version of the French Quarter. But the band demanded that we rustle up an audience if we wanted to play, so, horn in hand, we chatted up a few tourists milling about. After drawing an audience with an ear for brassiness, the band acquiesced and let us toot along with their street jazz in a simple rhythm game. The reward? Candy, of course, and maybe a little street cred.


Explore spooky time-traversing landscapes, don adorable new costumes that transform into powerful Hallo-warriors, and collect even Creepier Treat Cards to wield in combat against a legion of hygiene-obsessed baddies. Only heroic siblings Wren and Reynold can save Halloween forever! 041b061a72


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