After four years of development, Limbo developer Playdead's new side-scroller, Inside, will come to the Xbox One in the first half of 2015 as part of Microsoft's ID@Xbox program. The game has a website which you can keep an eye on for updates.
Playdead's critically acclaimed black-and-white platformer Limbo is now available on iOS for $4.99. It plays absolutely beautifully on an iPad.
Limbo, the shadowy puzzle game where you unintentionally murder a small child multiple times over, will release on the Vita (and PSN) for $14.99 next Tuesday, June 4.
Having already charmed countless Xbox Live and PlayStation Network players, Playdead's starkly beautiful Limbo is now available for $9.99 on Steam, boasting the only version of the game to run at 60 frames per second. Hopefully that'll fix the flickering.
Having had its PlayStation 3 outing spoiled by a Korean classification rating, Limbo is now also making its way to the personal computer as well.
Patient PlayStation 3 owners may soon be able to die a thousand grisly deaths in PlayDead's gorgeous puzzle platformer Limbo, based on a newly listed rating submitted by Sony Computer Entertainment Korea.
By setting its action in a literal out-of-body experience, Limbo changes our perception in two major ways that make it essentially and marvelously different than its peers.
Creepy indie platformer Limbo is one of the surprise hits of 2010, not just with critics, but with the game-buying public, too.
A boy wakes up in a forest. He is nothing but a silhouette and a pair of brightly glowing eyes. To the right is death, despair and, perhaps, a way out. So he goes there. This is Limbo.
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Nominated for awards in Art and Technical Excellence for obvious reasons in the 12th Annual Independent Games Festival, Playdead's stunning black and white puzzle platformer Limbo is heading to Xbox Live Arcade this summer.