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Definitive edition features improved visuals and a wider camera.
Contains the entire game for £3.99.
Humble Indie Bundle 16 also offers cheap Sunless Sea.
Will follow shortly on Xbox 360, PC and Mac as a free update.
Developer calls it the "definitive" version.
After selling best on Vita, it targets its more popular rival.
BioShock Infinite DLC hits EU Store.
75 per cent off today on Steam.
Sony's indie initiative continues.
UPDATE: Penny Arcade Episode 4 developer expresses interest in putting his upcoming RPGs on Vita, but probably not the PA games.
Includes bonus ROM City Rampage prototype.
Out next week.
EU PlayStation version should launch in one or two weeks' time.
In certification with Xbox Live Arcade and WiiWare.
Huge update now live for current platforms.
Perhaps we should GO on Counter-Strike.
Assassin's Creed 3, Need for Speed: Most Wanted downloadable this week.
Don't like the way Sony runs the PlayStation Store? "You should be careful what you wish for" says Yoshida
Sony exec admits having 3 PSN IDs, one for Japan, one for the US and one for Europe.
But still no Retro City Rampage or CS:GO.
WiiWare and XBLA versions out later this year.
"The race to the bottom is a terrible, terrible thing."
Downloadable game expands to new platforms, out in May.
An indie bundle of British developers predicts this year's trends.
thatgamecompany's Hunicke and Retro City Rampage on life as an indie.
Contracts, exclusivity and outsourced Avatar items.
Twisted Pixel mascot joins 2D XBLA title.
Jonathan Smith to show Lego Pirates.
Lunatic GTA homage revs its engines.