Fez is now available on the PlayStation.
The award-winning game was originally launched in April 2012 for the Xbox, PC, Mac, and Linux. Developed by Phil Fish and independent game studio Polytron, the game has already sold more than 1 million copies on those platforms.
On March 25, 2014, the game has finally been ported over to the PS4, PS3, and PS Vita.
Fez is a 2D/3D puzzle game with an 8-bit-like feel reminiscent of games like The Legend of Zelda and Tetris. The player has to get Gomez, a tinny little character donning and even tinnier red fez (a kind of Turkish felt cap), around a series of levels to collect bundles of cube and cube fragments in order to save the universe he resides.
The game is easy to learn, and a joy to explore. There are no enemies to battle, and Gomez respawns very quick if he does die.
Fez runs on 1080p and 60fps on the PS4, and 720p at 60fps on the PS3.
Sony is selling the game at $12.99 on the Sony store. PlayStation Plus members can get the game for $9.74.
PC, Mac, and Xbox versions are retailing for $9.99.