If you ever thought the 2.5D plane-shifting mechanics of Fez would work great in an action-RPG setting, you aren't alone. Gloops, a Japanese developer of social games, recently announced Gururin Quest—"guru guru," as in "to turn around"—which will definitely look familiar to anyone who played Polytron's game. See a trailer after the jump.
Anyone who pretty much sticks to Sony's platforms probably missed out on Phil Fish's platformer Fez. That no longer has to be the case, because it's out now on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita. Hit the jump for the launch trailer and more.
Thanks to the folks at Blit Software, a port of Phil Fish's Fez is on the way to all of Sony's platforms. Polytron made the announcement via the PlayStation Blog, confirming the platformer's arrival on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita on March 25. More after the jump.
Phil Fish has been a controversial force in the world of independent gaming, and people love taking little things he says on Twitter and blowing them out of proportion. His latest outburst, however, is the real deal, and according to a follow-up posted on the Polytron website, Fez II is officially cancelled. Read on for more.
Fans of Fez—the perspective-switching platformer from outspoken creator Phil Fish—got some good news out of E3's Horizon Indie Game Conference, where a sequel was officially announced. See a quick teaser past the break.
In his State of the Polytron post, Fez creator Phil Fish revealed plans to bring his puzzling platformer to other platforms in 2013. Read on for more!
Whatever you may think about his comments on Japanese games, Phil Fish's long-awaited Fez is now out on Xbox Live Arcade for all to enjoy. It's been distracting me from work for the past two hours, and boy is it something special. So let's talk about indie games while we dig into the recap. Let us know some of your favorites in the comments past the break!
It's been a long and winding road for Phil Fish's Fez, which has been in development since 2007. Regardless of how you feel about the developer's GDC comments on Japanese games, there's a lot of hard work behind the downloadable perspective-switching platformer, and we'll finally find out if it delivers on April 13. Read on for more.
At a GDC panel for Indie Game: The Movie, some controversy was sparked when a Japanese developer asked what they thought of Japanese games. Fez creator Phil Fish responded, "Your games just suck." Hit the break for more on this bold statement!