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First-person puzzle game Q.U.B.E. headed to Wii U

3:00 PM on 04.16.2013

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Possibly PS Vita, too

This past weekend, Toxic Games quietly announced the Wii U version of first-person puzzler Q.U.B.E. with the image above. "We are really looking forward to releasing on the console, we heard there aren't many games available on the console yet so being on there will be a great opportunity to reach the game out to as many people as possible," said creative director Jonathan Savery. "It's exciting stuff!"

Responding to a follow-up question -- "and PlayStation Vita?" -- Toxic said "quite possibly!" So there you go; more ways to play this IndieFund-backed title. Kyle reviewed the PC version of Q.U.B.E. for us and despite ultimately wanting more out of the game's conclusion, he called it an overall "genuinely enjoyable experience that fans of [the genre] should not miss out on."

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