Phil Fish, who became famous for designing a really good puzzle platformer called Fez (then became infamous for publicly stating that Japanese games suck), has just revealed that the previously XBox Live Arcade-exclusive Fez will be ported to other systems in 2013:
“For one, FEZ will finally be ported to other platforms,” says Fish in his State of the Plytron post, “Yes, i’ve heard you, dozens of people emailing me everyday telling me how much of an idiot I am for not porting FEZ to everything.”
Aside from his plans to nudge Fez towards multiplatform greatness, Fish has also promised “exciting plans” for Disasterpeace’s soundtrack, as well as possible plans for the expansion of Polytron as per the “something about a US branch” statement.
We’re hoping that the PC will get some puzzle platforming love as part of Fez’ destinations this year. The PC being one of the systems where patching bugs won’t cost Fish any money (rolling out DLCs and patches on the Xbox Live marketplace costs devs money, a problem that resulted in Fez’s initial bugs remaining unpatched for a while.)