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Archive For August, 2009

Preview: Project Q (Nicalis)

August 1, 2009 9:55 AM | Michael Rose

You'd think Nifflas was working on enough already! With the announcement of La Mulana earlier in the week, and of course Cave Story and Night Game still in the works, Nifflas and his team have revealed yet another WIP to IGN - mysteriously named Project Q.

IGN also has an interview with the guys regarding the game. (via TIGSource)

Braid Coming to PS3

August 1, 2009 1:05 AM | Michael Rose

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[Update: Hothead Games have confirmed to IGN that Braid will indeed have a release via the PSN, but did not give details on when it will be released.]

Jonathan Blow mentioned the possibility of a PSN release of Braid a while back, but said it could only happen after the Xbox Live exclusivity period was over. Now an entry on the German USK ratings board website has reared its head which appears to confirm the existence of a PS3 version of the award-winning platformer.

Naming the publisher as Hothead Games, the one year anniversary for Braid is coming up soon, so it wouldn't be at all surprising. Hopefully Jonathan will bring light to the situation soon, but it's looking hopeful for PS3 owners.

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