Thomas Was Alone was one of the most innovative and emotionally charged PC/Mac indie games of last year, so PlayStation owners who missed out on the title should be excited to know that it's coming to the PlayStation Network this spring.
Thomas Was Alone will be available as both a downloadable PS3 and Vita title through cross-buy, which, to those of you still unaware, means buying it for one system also lets you access it through your PSN account on the other system. The game will also feature a new developer's commentary, as well as timed exclusive downloadable content that serves as a prologue to the game and features a character with a jetpack.
Well, "character". All of Thomas' playable protagonists are various shapes of rectangles that must traverse through other rectangles in order to get through exit portals. But it's all wrapped up in one of the most well-told stories I've played in a game (seriously, check it out). If you haven't had a chance to play it yet, I hope its new availability on PlayStation gives you the opportunity.
[Source: PlayStation Blog]