E3 ViDiaries: PSU experiments with the non-newtonian world of PS3's Ibb & Obb

  • Posted June 11th, 2013 at 23:36 EDT by Steve Chaffin

 Ibb & Obb, a platformer from Codeglue and Sparpweed, is a game with a focus on the abnormal and on a two-player experience.  In a video game landscape that is increasingly characterized by picturesque visuals and premises, as well as a shrinking library of local multiplayer games, Ibb & Obb is a refreshing break from the normal, and innovative attempt by indie developers to create something where irregularity prevails and cooperation, not competition, is the only route to success.

The game, originally scheduled to release in May, has been delayed until an undisclosed date.  Developers estimate that the game will be ready for release sometime this summer.  But do we even care when it releases?  That's what PSU's U.S. Managing Editor Kyle Prahl, in our latest E3 ViDiary, is about to tell you.

You can see the video below.


For more on Ibb & Obb and everything E3, stay tuned at PSU's E3 hub.  Post in the comments section below to share your perspective.

Steven Chaffin, Jr. | @steven_chaffin | The Editor's Desk


Steven is a contributor for PlayStation Universe studying Journalism and Economics at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
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