You've got the Oddworld in your hands
The Oddworld games are as beloved to PlayStation fans as MediEvil, Tomb Raider, and for some, even Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon. The bizarre adventures are certainly proof positive that PlayStation is home to an immensely diverse portfolio, but what's so great about Abe is that he still manages to stand...
Something new for my Vita!
Delicious escapade Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty, part of the amazingly old series dating back to 1997, has been set a release date for the PlayStation Vita on 19th January in Europe and North America. The game originally launched in 2014 on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, with this latest version being refurbished for...
Are you bready?
Games like Journey and Shadow of the Colossus have redefined art. Others, such as Grand Theft Auto V, are technological marvels. Developers tell beautiful, compelling stories through episodic releases like Life Is Strange and Telltale's The Walking Dead. And then there's I Am Bread
A remastered oddysee
When the Oddworld franchise made the move to 3D, the developer decided that many of the older 2D mechanics needed to come along with it. Saving captured innocents while solving puzzles and farting way more than is funny was still the name of the game, only now there were beautiful, wide environments to explore and a new...
Worth the weight?
Gravity has its uses, nobody can argue that. If it disappeared right now, the entire bungee jumping industry would collapse overnight, and there’d probably be some other, less important side effects as well. In some cases, gravity actively works against our goals, highlighted best by Gravity Crash Ultra, and by the many bumps,...
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Everybody played Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee back in the day. Although the game was available on just about everything, the title’s four-fingered Mudokon was at one point just as recognisable as fellow multiformat PlayStation mascots like Lara Croft. The challenging puzzles and striking design pulled people in, while the clever,...
Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee New 'n' Tasty may have the most awkward name in the world, but that's not stopping us from posting the first ever gameplay trailer from the updated version of the seminal PSone smash. This delicious new footage showcases what UK studio Just Add Water has been up to over the past nine months. The re-imagining of the...
Platform holder kept specifications secret
While February’s big PlayStation 4 coming out party prompted plenty of gasps around the globe, the sharpest intake of breath came when system architect Mark Cerny confirmed that the next generation system would ship with 8GB GDDR5 RAM. However, the revelation didn't just shake the media and fans alike –...
Forget the festive season – this month’s been all about former Xbox exclusives finding a new home on PlayStation. Not content with the long overdue arrival of the original Mass Effect a few days ago, Sony’s also lined up the high-definition remake of Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee for PS3 next week. The downloadable classic will launch...
Save your moolah
After what seems like an eternity, the bizarre Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD will finally assault the PlayStation Vita on 18th December in North America. A European date will follow in the coming days, as soon as developer Just Add Water has ironed out some final details with SCEE. According to the studio, the curious...
Steef learning curve
The PlayStation Vita version of former Xbox exclusive Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD is almost complete, according to developer Just Add Water. The studio expects the title will release on Sony’s shiny new handheld by mid-November at the latest. In addition to the handheld port of Stranger’s Wrath, Just Add Water is also...
Oddball remake on the way
After months of teasing, Just Add Water has finally raised the curtain on Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee New N' Tasty! – its complete overhaul of the popular 1997 PSone favourite. Speaking at a panel during the Eurogamer Expo earlier today, the studio revealed that the game will take advantage of a new 3D engine with an enhanced...
First screenshot revealed, too
Video game legend Lorne Lanning is set to make an appearance at this year’s Eurogamer Expo, organisers have announced. The Oddworld Inhabitants gaffer will present fresh details about Just Add Water’s upcoming Abe’s Oddysee HD remake during a developer session at the show. The panel’s set to kick-off at...
Save your moolah
Quirky re-releases Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD and Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee HD will arrive on PlayStation Vita “very soon”, publisher Oddworld Inhabitants has announced on its Facebook page. "Both titles are coming to Vita very soon, we just need to get them finished up and through Sony QA before we can release them,"...
It's an odd world
It sounds like UK developer Just Add Water is gradually getting closer to plopping Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee HD onto the PlayStation Store. Last time we heard from the studio, it was making sturdy progress with the modern makeover – and now it’s teasing a GamesCom announcement pertaining to the former Xbox exclusive. A...
Free of charge
As promised, Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD is set to get a fairly beefy update on the PlayStation 3 next week. The free patch will implement full PlayStation Move support and 3D television compatibility. Other additions include video recording features, brightness and gamma controls, and a checklist of miscellaneous bug fixes. The...
"Take my moolah"
Sony might have made a huge mistake cutting PlayStation Vita content from its press conference, but there’s still a wealth of great titles available on the show floor. One such game is Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD, a handheld port of Just Add Water’s PS3 remake. The UK studio did an amazing job of re-mastering Oddworld...
Just Add Water only started work on the PlayStation Vita version of the quirky Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath a few weeks ago, but it already has a rough launch window in mind. As part of a fascinating interview on this week’s Official PlayStation Blogcast, CEO Stewart Gilray explained that the handheld version of the classic shooter was...
Flinch if you're English
We can’t be certain, but we don’t think Just Add Water’s latest project Oddworld: Hand of Odd has anything to do with Diego Maradona’s famous goal against England in the 1986 World Cup quarter-finals. Instead, it sounds like a brand new entry in the recently rejuvenated Oddworld series. There’s not much to go on...
If you're just wrapping up Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD, then we come bearing good news: Just Add Water has posted a Tweet confirming that the former XBOX exclusive, Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee, will arrive on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in Q2, 2012
While the developer's keeping the title under wraps for now, it has released a logo (embedded above) and an image of Munch's updated character..
Game out on 21st December
We reported the other day that Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath isn't Move-enabled at launch, but it seems we may have to wait a while longer for its Move patch than we'd first hoped. Just Add Water confirmed the game will release in Europe on 21st December for £9.99, but stated that Move controls — along with 3DTV support and...
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD will launch December 21st on the PlayStation Store in Europe, developer Just Add Water has announced
Those in North America will need to wait a little longer to get their hands on the HD remake, with the game pencilled in for a December 27th launch. "I wanted to first thank you all for your patience, its been a...
The wait is still on
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath was first revealed before Move was even released, but at the time of writing it's still not available. When it's finally released later this month, it won't even come with Move controls. As posted by iWaggle3D, the game's motion controls will be added later on through a patch. There's no date for when...
Despite receiving a super-positive review from Eurogamer today, developer Just Add Water is keeping quiet about the release date of its upcoming high-definition remake of Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath
Still, thanks to our friends over at TheSixthAxis, we've at least got some more details to mull over. According to the website, Stranger's Wrath HD will...
Some might consider the release of Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD a reward in itself, but it wouldn't be considered a complete upgrade without a full roster of in-game trinkets
Thankfully developer Just Add Water's not missed out on the opportunity to add some trophies to its upcoming remake, revealing the full set of digital rewards on its official website. Worry not trophy horderers, there's a..
Just Add Water has announced that it has completed development on its PlayStation Move enabled, high-definition remake of Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath
The developer has promised that a release date for the downloadable make-over will be announced soon. In the meantime, it has released a list of changes that have been applied to the 2005 XBOX original...
New features list inside
The long old road for Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath to reach the PlayStation Store is nearly at its conclusion, as developer Just Add Water has revealed the game is now finished and nearly ready for release. The studio also passed over to Eurogamer a list of improvements to the project, some of which won't mean much but others...
Just Add Water's taken to the PlayStation Blog to finally reveal the first trailer for its hotly anticipated Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD remake
Just Add Water's been working with Oddworld Inhabitants on the title for some time — with HD versions of Much's Oddysee and Abe's Odysee also on the horizon. Stranger's Wrath it due out on PS3 this Fall...
Just Add Water's uploaded some brand new screenshots of its upcoming PlayStation 3 port of Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD
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Just Add Water's craftily uploaded a full character render of Abe from Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee HD, the upcoming high-definition re-release of the XBOX classic
Munch's Oddysee HD is due out on PS3 in October, with a PlayStation Vita version planned. [Thanks TGL]
Just Add Water's confirmed that both Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath and Munch's Oddysee will release on the PlayStation Vita
Each of the games will support cross-platform save functionality with the PlayStation 3 version. No other details were released.
If a job's worth doing, then you may as well do it properly
That's the mentality Just Add Water's taking with Oddworld, as it's announced a batch of new PlayStation 3 releases to celebrate the rebirth of the franchise. We already know about the PlayStation 3 remake of XBOX-exclusive Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath. That's still happening, although Just...
Just Add Water's confirmed that it will fully reveal Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD alongside a new project this month at the GameCityNights event in Nottingham
The new game is rumoured to be a revival of a shelved title from the nineties. Stranger's Wrath is a bit of a cult classic. It originally launched on the XBOX in 2005. The PlayStation Network...
More developer diary shenanigans
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath is shaping up nicely from its Xbox roots, with the latest developer diary from Just Add Water revealing hte hard work that's gone into revamping the graphics to today's standards. The entire article might open a few eyes of gamers who view conversions from older consoles to today's machines...
Size limits keep the game "exclusive"
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath looks as though it's coming along nicely on PS3, and currently that's the only platform able to contain the sheer size of the game. Developer Just Add Water has confirmed the game is simply too big for Xbox Live Arcade, which places a 2GB size limit on downloadable titles. Oddworld, in...
Just Add Water's clarified the exclusivity situation of their Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath remake
While the game's only been announced for the PlayStation 3, JAW's clarified that no money's been placed on the remake's head — no, it's simply a limitation of file-sizes allowed on Microsoft's XBOX Live Arcade service. Now with regard to Oddworld: Strangers Wrath on the 360 there are a number of..
Huge polygon jumps for one thing
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath was confirmed for Move a few weeks ago and now Just Add Water, the team behind the HD remake, has opened a developer blog showing off some of the work that's gone into improving the game's graphics to today's standards. The first update gave a list of elements that needed changing, with the...
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath is being re-made for the PlayStation 3, and it's getting some extra polygons as part of the deal
The PlayStation Move-supported re-release will boast extra polygons as the game's visuals get an overhaul. Just Add Water's dev-blog reveals the changes in more clarity than we could possibly have the bandwidth to publish here...
We don't like Oddworld
There, we said it. Never have, never will. Regardless, we know a lot of our loyal readers are big fans. And we also know you're about to go nuts when we tell you about VG247's big new report; Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath is getting remade for the PlayStation 3 by Brit studio Just Add Water, and will hit next Easter. It'll be the...
Just Add Water's confirmed via their official website that the Oddworld franchise is to make an unexpected return. The Gravity Crash developers claim to be working with Oddworld Inhabitants on "multiple projects, across multiple platforms ... starring all of your favorite Oddworld characters." Apparently, Oddworld's creator, Lorne Lanning is involved in the new products..
Just Add Water's confirmed that the portable version of their PSN title, Gravity Crash, is set to hit PSPs via the PlayStation Store next week
If you hit up Just Add Water's website, you'll be privy to a whole pile of information about what's been added to the portable shooter. Huzzah. Click here for more.
If you happened to find yourself bopping to the tunes in Just Add Water's retro-shooter Gravity Crash, then you're probably going to want to head to CoLD SToRAGE's site right now and download the game's official soundtrack
Writing the score for this game was a total joy for me, said CoLD SToRAGE, real name Tim Wright. Although I have to...
Ever wanted to create your own retro inspired space shooter in a gorgeous HD environment
Just Add Water's PSN title Gravity Crash will let you do just that and then some. The game will also hit the PSP minus the Play. Create. Share. functionality.
SCEE have partnered with development studio "Just Add Water" to create a brand new, downloadable, Playstation Network game for both PS3 and PSP
"Project V" will mark the first time a simultaneous PSP/PS3 PSN release. Keep your eyes peeled at this years E3 for more.
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