The Binding of Isaac has been blocked by Nintendo, purportedly on grounds of religious content. So instead, developer Edmund McMillen says the team is looking into Sony platforms. That's "platforms," because if all goes well, Team Meat hopes to bring it to more than one.
McMillen told Joystiq that the team is looking into the possibility of "1-2 Sony platforms" -- presumably the PlayStation 3 and/or Vita. In the wake of yesterday's announcement regarding Nintendo, McMillen insisted on Twitter that the company hasn't had problems with Sony.
As for Nintendo, McMillen has gone the diplomatic route and tweeted that he has no hard feelings about the affair. "FYI everyone, we are not at all on bad terms with Nintendo," he said. "[Its] their platform their rules, this wont effect any future games with them!"
The Binding of Isaac is loosely based on the Biblical tale of Abraham and Isaac, and touches on heavy subjects such as child abuse.