Stranger’s Wrath “Not A PS3 Exclusive”

This morning’s reveal of the PlayStation 3 port of Stranger’s Wrath has brought forward a few questions from the community – is the game PS3 exclusive?  What happened to the Xbox 360 version?

TheSixthAxis has spoken to Just Add Water’s Stewart Gilray and can confirm that the game isn’t exclusive to the PS3, it’s just that no other versions have been announced yet.


In addition, according to a poster on NeoGAF that might possibly be Mr Gilray or at least someone on the team, the developers are aiming for 60fps, are looking to implement MLAA (Morphological Antialiasing) and the price will, teasingly enough, be “sweet“.

It’s also clear that the PC version is nothing to do with Just Add Water.

We’ll have exclusive screenshots from the game soon…



  1. There may be size limitation problems if it were to go to XBLA.

    • XBLA’s limit is 2GB, isn’t it?

      • Yes, could still be a limitation since this is a port of a disc-based game. I’m not sure of the original size.

      • Meh. That’s what compression was invented for.

  2. I was hoping it was exclusive. Sony is the home of Oddworld.

    • Except for Strangers Wrath and Munch’s Odyssey on X-Box!

  3. Backwards compatability on the 360 for the Xbox version would have been nice a few years ago alright.

  4. I was initially excited to begin with but Munch’s Odyssey was absolutely terrible, is this even worth getting excited about? Granted any movement on the front of Oddworld Inhabitants is a good thing I guess.

  5. After their success on PS1 with Abe’s Oddysee and Exoddus, I remember Oddworld Inhabitants Lorne Lanning getting all arsey about the PS2 and getting very cosy with MS when they released Munch’s Oddysee.

    In fact, a comment on another site says it best:

    “Lorne Lanning was the Gabe Newell of the PS2 generation. Always whinging about how hard it was to program the HW and jumped ship to make some average Xbox games.”

    But in the end, they all come crawling back.

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