Award-winning indie game Gone Home is currently being offered for free on the Humble Bundle store as a DRM-free PC download.
Gone Home's foray onto Nintendo Switch is not the definitive version, but is still a great entry point into one of the best first-person experiences.
Annapurna Interactive have announced that their Nintendo Switch port of the exploration game Gone Home will be delayed until September 6, 2018.
One Gone Home's fifth anniversary, The Fullbright Company and Annapurna Interactive announced that Gone Home is coming to Nintendo Switch on August 23.
Aside from being one of the most acclaimed indies (and games in general) to release last year, The Fullbright Company's Gone Home also was renowned for a keen appreciation of all things '90s, and the new upcoming
Gone Home was indeed a polarizing hit last year, and the game will be reaching a much larger audience when it is released for consoles later this year. The original version was released on PC, Mac, and
Tis the season for giving and boy did you guys give, to the tune of $10,070,602. As of this week Gaming for Good, the charity organization overseen by Bachir Boumaaza (Athene) raised the funds for global youth
The Fullbright Company's Gone Home released as a poignant surprise indie hit at the tailend of this summer, and now a game developer is taking it into his own hands to recreate the game: this time, as
The common age-old expression “home is where the heart is” proves to have significant meaning in the furnished hallways and filled cupboards of The Fullbright Company’s debut game, Gone Home. As players are drawn into a