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:... read
Surprise: Artsy 2D sidescroller
It's been a while since we've heard anything from Playdead, the developers of indie darling Limbo. Now we know that it's working on a new title called Inside.
During the Microsoft press conference this morning, some footage ... read feature
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... read
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... read
At first glance, I was ready to write off 140 for its unabashedly simple art style. Silly me. I should know better than to do something like that by now. Nominated for Excellence in Audio at the 2013 Independent Games Festiv... read
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 ... read
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... read
Oh my darlings, here's today's Destructoid Show. Tara's still gone, because she's getting stung/bitten by bees/dogs, but Anthony's here to fill in. Anthony and I have fun.
Today's news: Playdead's working on a follow-up to L... read
The next game from Copenhagen-based independent studio Playdead sounds like it will be worth a look for generally anyone who dug Limbo, but details have been scarce so far. The project is seemingly years away from completion ... read
A new Playdead job listing on Gamasutra asks for a programmer that can help port games to new platforms. Playdead's Limbo is available for Xbox 360, PS3, computers and OnLive, but the Copenhagen, Denmark based studio is ... read
Dino Patti, boss of Limbo studio PlayDead, has criticized the videogames retail business. Calling it broken, Patti has questioned the need for physical products that require installing, and believes the entire system has been... read
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 ... read
In a recent interview with Edge, Playdead game director Arnt Jensen explained that the Danish dev's next game will take three-and-a-half years to make.
"A good game takes time," says Playdead CEO Dino Patti. Game director Arn... read
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... read