If you own a device, chances are you can play Limbo on it. Blenders? Yep, I think those are equipped for Limbo. Those high-tech war machines where two guys have to turn a key at the same time to launch a nuke? Fact:...



One of my favorite experiences at a trade show was at E3 in 2010. I was set to have hands-on time with Limbo and time to chat with the guys at Playdead. However, they were less interested in talking about their game, and...



To the people who haven't played Playdead's Limbo yet: do it! Further expanding your options, the puzzle-platformer can now be played on iPhone 4S, iPad 2, and fifth-gen iPod touch or newer devices. From what I've heard, it's...



If you somehow haven't played the indie puzzle platformer Limbo yet, it's coming to iOS next week (July 2nd) for $4.99. The iOS specific platforms supported at launch are the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch -- no Android version ...



You're probably plagued by the oddly specific problem of loving to die in videogames, but hate being tethered to the general area of your console. Lucky for you, Limbo is arriving on PSN for PlayStation Vita next week, freein...



Limbo made its debut on Xbox Live, but Sony could have been first to get its hands on the beautiful sidescroller if only it'd kept its dick in its pants. Instead, the publisher tried to go the whole way and own the game, its ...



Playdead has just announced that their Limbo Special Edition is available today for only $24.99. It includes DRM-free (yay!) PC and Mac versions of this incredible game, a soundtrack disc, seven art cards, a sticker and 3D gl...



Limbo is one of those games that works well because of its atmosphere. When you take that element away, like Dorkly did, you end up with something silly, and maybe a little bit scary, like the above video. Just be warned, once you've seen this video you can never unsee it. Lollipop Spiders. That's all I've got to say. Limbo with a flashlight [Dorkly]



Having now reached worldwide sales of one million copies, Limbo will be introduced to Mac users "before the end of the year" via Steam. Development of the game was not particularly fast, but the time invested seems to be real...



Playdead's premiere title Limbo was one of a world engulfed in darkness and monochrome obscurity, where behind each corner almost certain death would be waiting for the protagonist. Along with its tight controls and striking ...



If you're an OnLive user and you're a huge fan of indie gaming, you've no doubt already checked out the likes of Braid, Trine, World of Goo and The Maw. Joining the ranks of these indie classics this fall are six more beloved...



GameCity, the annual video game festival in the UK, has launched an award which it hopes will become the "Turner Prize" for games. Festival director, Iain Simons, started the event in 2006 and created the award to celebrate t...



Word recently went out that Playdead's Limbo would be appearing on PlayStation Network and Steam with the vague promise of an upcoming release, and today actual dates were announced. PlayStation 3 owners located in the United...



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 d...



PS3 fans are in for a real treat, with news that a Korean ratings board has revealed the imminent arrival of Limbo on the PlayStation Network. One of the greatest Xbox Live Arcade games of all time going multiplatform? Very, ...



I'll be honest, I didn't expect much when I first heard about Limbo. To me, it looked and sounded like yet another art game that people clambered over each other to fellate because it made them feel intelligent. Then I playe...