The indie platformer Thomas Was Alone, released last year, was received well with critics and even made some good money.
A PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita version is in the works and will feature some additional content. The release date has been set to the Spring quarter, and a price has yet to be revealed. A great thing about the PlayStation version is that it features cross buy, what this means that you get both versions if you buy one. In terms of graphics, it is quite minimalistic so it won’t benefit much from the PS3 hardware, but it has received a lot of support nonetheless.
The game gives you control of rectangular characters as they work with other rectangles to cross obstacles; it’s a game about friendship.
The Vita version will obviously feature touchscreen capabilities but in terms of in-game content, there will be a developer’s commentary version and a timed exclusive DLC featuring a rectangle with a jet-pack.