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Limbo is coming to PSN and Steam, releasing 'very soon'

7:00 PM on 06.30.2011

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

When we got wind of Limbo for PlayStation Network by way of a Korean ratings board, I wasn't expecting to hear anything about it -- especially not on the record -- for some time to come. That's generally how these things go down, but Playdead CEO Dino Patti was able to make it official.

Speaking to Joystiq, he put it simply: "Limbo is in production for Steam and PSN, and is coming very soon." If you happen to own one or both of those platforms and not an Xbox 360, you should be thrilled by this news. The game is fantastic, and specifically for the PSN market, there's not much else like it.

Limbo coming to Steam and PSN, Playdead handling the ports [Joystiq]

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