Posted on August 12, 2008,

Braid Could Eventually Come to PS3, But Not Wii

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Gamers without an Xbox 360 are likely feeling pretty jealous over all this Braid talk that’s been taking place on the internet. The reviews have been positive to say the least, but when — if ever — will gamers get to see Braid on a platform othan than xbox Live Arcade?

The game‘s sole developer, Jonathan Blow, chatted with Game Focus recently and told them that Braid is (appropriately enough) a timed exclusive to 360, but gave no indication of how long the deal runs for. Whenever that time comes, Blow said a version could come to the PlayStation Network in the future but that Wii owners shouldn’t hold out hope — the game is simply too large for the Wii’s internal storage. (Hear that, Mr. Fischer?)

Should he decide to release the game on PSN, at least Blow won’t have to deal with that terrible Microsoft certification process.

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3 Comments on Braid Could Eventually Come to PS3, But Not Wii

Senoir American

On August 12, 2008 at 8:45 pm


Used Cisco

On August 12, 2008 at 9:24 pm

I’ve played the demo twice now and I’m not really seeing it. I mean, it’s cute but I don’t get what all the hubbub is about. Thankfully, there IS a demo, otherwise all this internet hype probably would have gotten me to buy it.


On August 13, 2008 at 6:01 am

He’s not kidding about the size of this game either…..the damn thing is over 1GB in size.

Go Marlins!!!!