Team Meat's indie darling, Super Meat Boy, has now joined the elite video gaming ranks reaching "Platinum" status last month. While the game debuted on Xbox Live Arcade, it's likely that the game is still showing its best performance on PC. The title raced past one million sales, as it recently expanded to Mac, and eventually found its way on the fourth Humble Indie Bundle.
The PS3 is one of the highest-profile platforms Meat Boy hasn't touched, and unfortunately, it doesn't appear that's going to change any time soon. "SMB will never be on PS3 sorry," the team's Twitter apologizes. However, it's likely the team's next game will manage to show on Sony's black box. "We will dev for the PS3 eventually!," a recent tweet proclaims.
While little is known about Team Meat's next game, it promises to be less "straightforward" than Meat Boy. "I think it's going to be more ambitious design-wise and it's going to be more of a challenge for us. It's a bigger project. It's going to be fun and that's exactly why we're into it. It's going to be pretty fresh."
And no, "there will never be a SMB2!," the dev told the world, in case you're asking.