Fez is finally coming to PC, launches on Steam in early May

Fez

By on March 19, 2013 at 9:55 am

Fez, the indie darling platformer wunderkind that delighted players (mostly) everywhere on the XBox 360 back in days of yore, is now finally headed to PC — and soon.

Phil Fish announced the release via Twitter, where it currently shows up with a release date of May 2.

No price has yet been announced, but it’s generally expected to come in around the $10 mark.

Source: Steam

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Wait is this the game by that arrogant Dev who absolutely slammed and insulted the PC platform, along with the Japanese with his rude and un-couth comments?

“Indie game the Movie”

https://twitter.com/PHIL_FISH/status/95911109667733504
http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/1039/hahahaohwow.png

Egotistical asshole AND Hypocryte?

Yeah…pass.

 

I don’t know about that, although he did seem to be highly strung and a little too much of an “artist”, as it were.

The game itself was pretty good, if a little unstable. I remember buying the XB360 version and loving the daylights out of it. Until I hit a point in the game where the framerate bottomed out and I couldn’t continue. Apparently unwilling to patch it either because of costs involved, so hopefully the PC version may get a little more love? I really want to finish this game.

 

I guess.

I think I will stick with my Where Is My Heart? for now…

 

The guy’s an asshole. The game is quite good though (apparently).

Right now I’m happy to wait for a non-Steam/DRM free version, hopefully in a humble bundle.

 
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