The critically-acclaimed Limbo and Inside will both launch for Nintendo Switch next week on Thursday 28th June.
Danish studio Playdead's pair of acclaimed puzzle adventures are, of course, already available on various other platforms although this is the first time either has launched for a Nintendo console.
If you haven't played either game yet and own a Switch, there now really is no excuse.
The meticulous, mysterious and award-winning Inside appears to be heading to Nintendo Switch and iOS.
Seven games are coming to Xbox Games Pass in August, Microsoft has announced.
A physical double pack of Inside and Limbo is being released for PS4 and Xbox One.
Limbo and Inside developer Playdead has teased the following concept art for its next game on Twitter:
Limbo, the wonderful puzzle platformer from Playdead, is free to download from Steam right now.
From 4th August there will be a new batch of free games for members of PlayStation Plus. The biggest are God of War: Ascension for PS3 and Limbo for PS4.
UPDATE 25/2/15 4.20pm: Without fanfare, Limbo has quietly launched today on PlayStation 4. You can buy it now via the PlayStation Store for £7.39.
The Xbox One version of cult platforming hit Limbo will be available to buy for everyone on Friday, Microsoft has confirmed.
Early Xbox One adopters who had used their console during its launch weekend were gifted a free copy of the game a couple of weeks ago.
Also arriving on the Xbox Games Store this Friday are mobile puzzler Threes and the motion-sensing Boom Ball Kinect, a message posted to the ID@Xbox Twitter account revealed.
UPDATE 25/11/14 12.05pm Microsoft has confirmed that its recent surprise free gift of Limbo was sent to anyone who used their Xbox One during the console's launch weekend.
The platformer's new Xbox One port will be made available to purchase for everyone else "soon".
"We're looking forward to launching Limbo on Xbox One," a Microsoft spokesperson told Eurogamer. "As a thank you to our earliest adopters, fans who played their Xbox One the first weekend of launch received early, free access to the game.
The critically-acclaimed Limbo is being re-released for Xbox One, a new ratings board listing suggests.
Atmospheric adventure Limbo will launch for iOS devices next Wednesday, 3rd July, developer Playdead has announced. It'll cost $4.99 (about £3.20).
Acclaimed arty adventure Limbo will be available to download on PlayStation Vita next Wednesday, 6th June, developer Playdead has announced.
The Vita version of superb downloadable adventure Limbo is a straight port and does not feature touch controls, the boss of developer Playdead told Eurogamer today at the Game Developers Conference.
At the Game Developers Conference this evening Sony announced a number of new PlayStation games.
The PlayStation 4 will get Blacklight: Retribution and Primal Carnage: Genesis courtesy of Sony's Pub Fund, which is being continued as the company looks to make it easier for developers to self-publish on PlayStation.
Zombie Studios' Blacklight: Retribution is a free-to-play first-person shooter that first released in April 2012 on PC. There's a PS4 trailer below.
Haunting XBLA hit Limbo was almost a PSN exclusive, but Sony's request for the rights to the IP caused developer Playdead to sign on with Microsoft instead.
"We had issues when we were trying to sign Limbo because of the IP," said Sony Computer Entertainment executive producer Pete Smith, speaking at last week's Develop Conference in Brighton, as reported by Edge.
Sony now regrets passing on the game - much as it did with Demon's Souls - because Limbo found huge commercial success, selling 300,000 copies in its first month on XBLA July 2010, and over a million by last November. It still sold well on PSN - where it was the highest-selling third-party PSN game of 2011, but there's no doubt that it would have sold much better on Sony's platform had it arrived there first.
A Limited Edition boxed release of atmospheric puzzle/platformer Limbo is out now, developer Playdead has announced.
The fifth Humble Indie Bundle has proven to be the most successful release in the series to date, organisers have announced.
Danish studio Playdead's follow-up to its critically acclaimed debut Limbo will be a 2.5D platformer rendered in full colour, according to a new report.
Citing information gleaned from a Danish government grant site, Kotaku has written that the game, currently codenamed Project 2, "tells the story of a boy's struggle against evil forces trying to take over the world through questionable experiments on human bodies."
Its intended platforms are listed as PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC and Mac. See above for an accompanying piece of concept art.
Fortnight-long super offer Humble Indie Bundle 5 has added top titles Super Meat Boy, Lone Survivor and Braid to its steller line-up.
The fifth installment of the Humble Indie Bundle is here and it offers an absolutely top notch array of titles.
A new job advert suggests downloadable darling Limbo will launch on iPhone, iPad and Android.
Mac users can finally get their hands on lauded indie platformer Limbo, developer Playdead has announced.
Sony US has revealed PlayStation Network's best-selling independent games of 2011.
Artful indie platformer Limbo has just passed the one million sales mark, developer Playdead has announced.
Apparently it's been played by gamers in 153 countries, in nine languages, across three platforms.
Off the back of its success, the Danish studio has been able to purchase full control of the company from its early investors.
Digital sales of video games will overtake boxed product sales by 2015, a new survey predicts.
Over 57 per cent of over 1000 industry executives surveyed by the London Games Conference said digital will overtake boxed by 2015.
16 per cent said it will take only a year. 39 per cent - the most - said during 2013.
The retail video game model "has always been and still is broken".
Playdead's secret "project two" is "more weird" than Limbo, boss Dino Patti has said.
Has Xbox Live Arcade really peaked, as World of Goo creator Ron Carmel yesterday argued? No, analysts have told Eurogamer.
World of Goo developer 2D Boy believes Xbox Live Arcade "peaked" last year (2010) and that "Microsoft is not yet aware of this".
Limbo developer Playdead's next project "will take at least three and a half years", so says the Danish studio's co-founder Dino Patti.
Downloadable games must ship on Xbox Live Arcade at least simultaneously with competing platforms or Microsoft may refuse to publish them, Eurogamer can reveal.
This week sees gaming's first Western since last year's epic Red Dead Redemption. Can Call of Juarez: The Cartel compete? The third entry in Techland's cowboy series is taking a very bold tack - uprooting the shooting from the genre's classic timeframe and dumping gamers in the modern day.
Limbo developer Playdead has explained why it has taken a year for superb downloadable game Limbo to launch on the PlayStation Network and Steam.
Playdead Games has announced the release dates for the PlayStation Network and Steam versions of stunning downloadable game Limbo.
Limbo launches on PSN on 19th July in the US, and 20th July in Europe.
It goes live on Steam worldwide on 2nd August.
Limbo developer Playdead has confirmed that its acclaimed Xbox Live Arcade adventure is coming to both PlayStation Network and Steam alter this year.
The news comes after a Korean Ratings Board listing for a PS3 version of the game was spotted earlier this week.
According to Joystiq, Playdead is handling both ports. No release date was confirmed, but they're expected "very soon".
Enchanting monochrome puzzle platformer Limbo looks set for launch on the PlayStation 3.
The Call of Duty franchise continues to dominate Xbox Live, according to the latest weekly usage chart.
Limbo, Shadow Complex and Castle Crashers are among the titles featuring in a one off Xbox Live Arcade sale later this week.
The XBLA triple-pack containing Limbo, Trials HD and 'Splosion Man now has a UK release date of 13th May.
Formerly download-only indie gems Limbo, Trials HD and 'Splosion Man are to get a full US retail release in a forthcoming Xbox Live Arcade triple pack.
Red Dead Redemption was the most prolific winner at this year's AIAS (Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences) Interactive Achievement Awards - gaming's equivalent of the Oscars.
The 10-game shortlist for this year's public vote prize at the GAME British Academy Video Games Awards was announced this morning.
Playdead Studios, the developer behind hit Xbox Live Arcade platformer Limbo, has announced that it's working on a brand new IP.
The Danish studio's CEO Dino Patti told Joystiq, "I can't tell much, but I can tell you that if you liked Limbo, it'll definitely be for you. The gameplay style you'll really like. You'll feel it's the same team who made it, but everything will be changed."
Patti went on to explain Limbo was an Xbox exclusive because Playdead "used a lot of time and a lot of money" developing the game and he hoped it would help "get the money back."
Xbox Live Arcade enjoyed its strongest sales month ever in August, a market research firm has claimed.
Haunting 2D platform puzzle game Limbo was the big winner in this year's Summer of Arcade promotion on Xbox Live Arcade according to Microsoft's Phil Spencer.
Downloadable Tomb Raider game Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light will be exclusively available on the Xbox 360 for at least four weeks.
This is a requirement of all games that are a part of Microsoft’s Summer of Arcade promotion, Crystal Dynamics told Eurogamer in a new interview.
Guardian of Light will be released on Xbox Live on 18th August for 1200 Microsoft Points (£10).
Microsoft has dated this year's Xbox Live Summer of Arcade flock.