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And it's playable at EGX.
Soon for Android.
"You were doing multiplayer platforming and first-person shooting."
iOS version to cost $5.
And Remember Me, and Oddworld Stranger's Wrath Vita.
The inside story of what it's like working with Sony's powerful handheld.
Patch for the patch coming. Save files will be okay.
Stranger's Wrath 2, perhaps? Or The Brutal Ballad of Fangus Klot? Or maybe Hand of Odd?
Festive sale not live yet but coming soon.
Stranger's Wrath HD coming to Vita the same day.
Plus, an update on Hand of Odd and Lorne Lanning's thoughts on Microsoft.
Accuses Microsoft of deliberately blocking the game.
PS3 version getting Move and 3D support next week.
Plus overhaul offers instant game collection to members for $5 a month.
But questions remain.
Cross-platform play via cloud saves.
Oddworld creator laments marketing budget.
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD delayed.
JAW revives shelved nineties title.
MS denies Stranger's Wrath XBLA release.
Stranger's Wrath "barely playable".
Oddbox gathers all four adventures.
"We've been getting a fair bit of stick."
The Weird West.
But developer less focused on game aspect.
Abe's Oddysee and Exoddus now available.
Maxis co-founder helping out.
Lorne Lanning launches a broadside on EA's marketing as a parting shot to the industry.
EGWorld: Reviewer's Wrath.
Guns don't kill people. Er, crossbows with mounted fuzzy creatures do as well.
EA opts for something more in the "spirit of the game".
The full transcript of Lorne Lanning's presentation of Oddworld Inhabitants' latest title, Stranger, at publisher EA's recent Hot Summer Nights press event, including a Q&A session with Oddworld's overlord. Read about it here.
Inhabiting 2005, it seems. Oddly. (Don't call me Odd Lee.)
Lorne Lanning reveals the first details about Oddworld's next title.
Fourth Oddworld title due for release next year on PS2 and Xbox.
'Stranger' hits alpha, but with Atari and Microsoft having washed their hands of the brand, is EA in line to publish it?
Oddworld's publishing arrangements just got stranger, too.
When Munch met the Master Chief.
Another Xbox adventure for Lorne Lanning