The little indie game that could, Fez, is coming to PlayStation systems on March 26 with the ability to cross save between platforms and the developer says there are tons of Easter eggs to be had.

Polytron, the former development house of sensitive indie maverick Phil Fish, announced that the game will also be a cross-buy between systems. The PlayStation versions will be mostly the same as the PC and Xbox versions expect for a few tweaks and 3D TV support.

Fez 2 was canceled last year when Phil Fish opted out of the development hustle and has since dropped off the radar. Nonetheless, his legacy - Fez - is totally worth playing.

Fez and Mr. Fish both became internet famous after Indie Game: The Movie, the incredibly well made documentary that follows the struggles of indie developers, premiered. Check it out here or watch it now on Netflix Instant watch.

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[Via RockPaperShotgun]