You've probably heard of Fez by now. In fact, you've probably played Fez by now, unless you exclusively play games on Sony platforms. If you do take that approach, Fez is now available to you, too. It hits the PlayStation Store today for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita.

Though the game has already been out on Xbox 360 and PC for a while, gamers using Sony's platforms get a few perks. All of the content is the same, but the game is cross-buy across all three platforms. That means that if you buy it for one, you can access on the other two as well. Not only that, but it also has a cross-save slot, which means you can jump around among the three systems and retain your progress. Given the cool, retro art style, you shouldn't have to worry about losing any graphical quality when moving from version to version.

Regular price for Fez is $12.99. However, it is a part of Sony's Spring Fever promotion, which means that PS Plus members get a discount for buying during launch week, bringing the price down to $9.74.

[Source: PlayStation Blog]


Our Take
Fez is a great game, and more people playing it is a good thing. Too bad about Fez II and Phil Fish, though.