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Warp is now up on PSN and PC, have a launch trailer

6:30 PM on 03.14.2012

Brett Zeidler

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If you've been holding out for Warp, but you don't happen to own an Xbox 360, you'll be relieved to know that it is finally out for PlayStation 3 and PC. On PC though, you won't find it on Steam. Instead, you'll have to head over to EA's Origin if you happen to want this one on your computer. There's a new launch trailer for the two platforms, but it's not exactly a trailer. It's more of a five second clip with the announcement at the end. Nothing too exciting.

Our very own Maurice Tan didn't exactly find Warp to be the most enjoyable puzzle game out there (the controls being of notable annoyance). But PC has always been known to have the better control schemes, so maybe this issue is not as bad or it's completely gone altogether. If you're feeling brave, Warp is available now for $9.99 on both PSN and PC. You can't go wrong with dropping ten bucks on a game, right?

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