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Fez Previews - Xbox 360

Fez
Game Description: An innovative platforming game, Fez allows players to manipulate 2D platforming worlds in three dimensions -- with a quick tap, you can spin your flat world around to give you a new perspective and all-new gameplay area. Find hidden items placed on the opposite side of solid walls or bring a platform from miles away to right underneath your feet with just a simple spin of the world.
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    Fez PAX East Hands-On Preview -- A Long Awaited Look at a Brain-Twisting Platformer

    We bent our brains and eyes for our first hands-on look at the dimension-shifting platformer Fez.

    Posted: Mar 16, 2011


  • Best of 2012: Best Downloadable Game

    Posted: December 5, 2012

    3,341 Views | 01:32

  • Best of 2012: Best Original Game

    Posted: December 5, 2012

    4,939 Views | 02:40

  • Best of 2012: Best Platformer

    Posted: December 5, 2012

    27,256 Views | 01:51

  • Best of 2012: Best Art Direction

    Posted: December 5, 2012

    2,923 Views | 02:03

  • FEZ Review

    Posted: July 3, 2012

    1,715 Views | 02:06

 


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