PC release of Braid by March 2009
Those who currently own an Xbox 360 will be delighted to know that Jonathan Blow's critically acclaimed Braid is heading to the PC early next year.
The highly praised platform-puzzler which was initially scheduled for late 2008, but it was delayed until February or March 2009 due to having a packed season of titles to compete with.
In his blog, creator Jonathan Blow said, “I know this isn't good news for those of you who have been waiting a long time for the game, but there sure are lots of games out there for you to play in the meantime.”
Blow also pointed out that he was working on a native Mac version and, if Sony wanted to, a PlayStation 3 version wasn't out of the question.
The game is still considered to be one of the best games LIVE has pumped out.
Braid is a unique 2-D puzzle-platform experience that bends all the rules with the manipulation of time. Braid plays with the conventions of video games while posing truly challenging puzzles for the platform gamer.
Certainly it is considered as a great news for those who have been waiting a long time for the game, but there sure are lots of games out there for you to play in the meantime.