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Thursday, 05 November 2009 06:17

PlayStation 3 to get Braid

Written by David Stellmack

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No longer just for Xbox 360 & PC

The Xbox Live Arcade and PC hit Braid, developed by Jonathan Blow, will be heading to the PlayStation 3 starting on November 12th in North America via the PlayStation Network.

While rumors of a possible appearance on the PlayStation 3 had been the topic of discussion for some time, it seems that it has been in development for some time with Hothead Games, who is handling the PS3 conversion of the title.

The very different look and play of Braid earned it a lot of attention since release. The sales of the game have gone quite well and it is expected that the PlayStation 3 release will do well for this platform. While no date has been announced for the European release, it is expected that it will follow shortly after the North American release.

Last modified on Thursday, 05 November 2009 10:04

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