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Submitted by mathsman 1471d ago | news

Machinarium PlayStation Network Release Date Confirmed

It was announced some time ago that Amanita Design’s critically acclaimed Machinarium would be taking the trip to the PlayStation 3, via the PlayStation Network. However, no timeframe was specified originally, and it’s taken til now to pin the little robot Josef down. (Machinarium, PC, PS3)

OllieBoy  +   1471d ago
Bought it on Steam already, but I'll get it for PS3 as well. Hope it has some interesting trophies.
OtherWhiteMeat  +   1471d ago
Hope this game does well on the PS3.The computer version is really,really good.
Ingram  +   1471d ago
Very, very good news!
Seventh_Blood_Reborn  +   1471d ago
Nice! I really want this game, very impressive marvelous art.
DigitalRaptor  +   1471d ago
I love the fact that this is coming to PSN. Very impressed with this developer.
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