After being the target of disgruntled hackers, Fez creator Phil Fish announced that he is selling both the Fez IP and his development studio Polytron, as he plans to leave the game industry forever.
PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to download two puzzle titles, a role-playing game, a first-person shooter and a couple of bizarre (but good) platformers for the month of August.
Polytron's acclaimed puzzler, Fez, is finally going to be released on the PlayStation Network. Not only that, but it will be discounted thanks to the Spring Fever 2014 sale.
Its creator Phil Fish might have left the industry, but Fez is still going strong, having recently sold over one million copies across all platforms.
We knew Polytron was working with Sony to bring the popular platformer Fez to the PlayStation family, but we still hadn't seen the game in motion on the PS3 or Vita. Until now.
A slew of indie games will be making their way to the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita. Thanks to some announcements at Gamescom, we know what to expect from these indie offerings.
Phil Fish might have canceled Fez 2, but that doesn't mean that Polytron has given up on making games.
Fez, the delightfully intricate and enjoyable platformer, has surpassed 200,000 downloads on the XBLA. What is next for the plucky indie game?
Phil Fish participated in the popular Reddit "Ask Me Anything" format yesterday, where he settled in for a long, generous session where he answered over 100 different questions from Fez fans. The watchful eyes over at Joystiq noticed that in one those answers, Fish hinted that the popular Xbox Live puzzle platformer might be headed to iOS.
It was only a short while ago that we heard word that award winning indie-platformer Fez would be coming to other platforms, such as the PC. Now, we finally have a concrete date. According to Eurogamer and Fez creator Phil Fish, Fez will be launching on Steam for PC users everywhere on May 1st.