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PlayDead's Limbo Coming To PS Vita

Posted on Monday, March 25 @ 13:08:32 PST by

Limbo is a favorite of mine, released originally for the Xbox 360 back in 2010. It's hard to believe, but Limbo was the first game I ever played in its entirety on the 360.

I played through it again when it released on the PS3 (and Steam) last year, just to see that one extra stage (which I highly recommend if you're a sadist).

Now, it's releasing on yet another platform—the PlayStation Vita. 

While I'd rather see new content on the PlayStation Vita to help move the system, Limbo is definitely a treat for those of you who actually own a PlayStation Vita. All seven of us. The Vita's OLED screen makes for vibrant colors, but also works extremely well for monochromatic games, as Escape Plan has proven.

No word on when it'll release, or how much it'll cost when it does, but it's coming.

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