Fez

A look back at PS4’s first year of PlayStation Plus

by 1 month ago

Last June, at a crowded venue in Los Angeles, Sony was prepared to hold its E3 press conference and finally give some concrete details about the debut of PlayStation 4. …

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Fez coming to PS3, PSVita, and PS4 on March 25th

by 10 months ago

The brain-bending “Fez” will be making its way to Sony platforms coming March 25th, states the Playstation Blog. It will be heading to the PS3, PSVita, and the PS4. One …

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Gaming Trend Podcast 07//30//2012–Wheaton’s Law

by 1 year ago

Welcome back to the Gaming Trend Podcast!  This week we welcome Matt Buckley to the podcast as we cover the latest news, what we're playing, and the whole horrible ordeal …

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See? This is why no one takes the gaming industry seriously.

by 1 year ago

    Over the weekend, a highly volatile spat between iconoclastic game developer Phil Fish and “Annoyed Gamer” Marcus Beer blew up on Twitter, resulting in one of the most explosive meltdowns …

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    Fez II cancelled, according to creator Phil Fish

    by 1 year ago

    According to tweets by both Polytron and Phil Fish, the eagerly-anticipated sequel to indie darling Fez has been cancelled, seemingly in response to Fish's conflicts with multiple twitter users.   …

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    What’s in a hat? — FEZ review.

    by 2 years ago

    By now FEZ has made the rounds on Xbox 360 and rocked a lot of faces off, but for the last year or so my face remained un-rocked by its …

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    David’s Personal Top 5 Games of the Year

    by 2 years ago

    Man, 2012 was a weird year. This was the year that indie and downloadable gaming no longer feels separate from its big boxed counterparts. The level of quality and amount of game …

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    Fez gets patched, er, sort of.

    by 2 years ago

    The independent game Fez is getting a patch. Actually, it's the first patch being re-released despite a potential savegame-killing problem. Why not fix it? Certification fees. ... as it turns …

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