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Friday, 01 July 2011 09:43

PS3 and PC to get Limbo after all

Written by David Stellmack
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Popular Xbox title to come to other platforms
It is now official, and rumored for a while now; the popular Xbox Live Arcade title Limbo will be coming to the PlayStation 3 and PC. While developer Playdead confirms that more specific details are coming, it is expected that Limbo will arrive for purchase on the PlayStation Network.

The PC version will apparently be available from Steam, but no time frame was given for release of that version of Limbo. Limbo was the highest grossing gaming for Xbox Live Arcade during 2010. It now will get others as excited as Xbox fans were. It is expected that Limbo should do quite well on the PS3 and PC, and we’re sure owners of these systems will be excited to finally get Limbo.


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