June 29, 2011 7:00 AM | Ryan Langley
PlayDead Studios made a huge splash into the Xbox Live Arcade last year with LIMBO, their creepy puzzle platformer that, at least based on Leaderboard statistics, has had over 750,000 players give the game a shot. Now the game plans to expand to another platform -- the PlayStation Network.
The news comes from a rating on the Korean Rating Board, citing that Sony Computer Entertainment Korea has rated the game. While I personally found the game to be a little lacking, it still garnered a huge amount of praise, and will now finally see a release on another console.
It's not the first time this has happened -- both 2008 classics Braid and Castle Crashers, after months of exclusivity, finally made their way over to the PlayStation Network. It will be interesting to see if this version is being developed by PlayDead themselves, or a second party like Braid was.
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