Fez Bugs to be Fixed

16 April, 2012 - 7:28 pm by

Polytron, the indie developer behind the new 8-bit-esque Fez wearing cat puzzle game, Fez, have promised to fix inherent bugs in the game.

Fez, having launched last friday, has provoked good reviews. The update on the Polytron website by lead programmer Renaud Bédard admitted some of the bugs were vital to the game actually starting. He left this embarrassing message;

“Fez had more testing done in the past 24 hours by about TWENTY THOUSAND PEOPLE (!!) than it had in five years. So, as it happens, bugs popped up. Some pretty serious.”

The older Xbox 360 consoles and those who are running the game from a USB stick are said to be having the most trouble due to lack of memory. This involves the game not running at all or crashing and corrupting save files.

Microsoft are going to work with Polytron to fix the issues, stating; “It makes sense to issue a patch, but we don’t currently have an ETA on it,” he added.

If you are lucky enough to own this delightful looking game but have an issue then feel free to email encourages Bedard. Emails to emailsupport@fezgame.com.

“Lots of these problems have simple workarounds, so we can help you out, and email is easier than tweets,” claims Bédard. “Sorry, and thanks for understanding!”