There is a remarkable beauty within the games we play, hidden by a simple process that nearly all of us take for granted. To reload from our last save would be an invaluable tool in our waking lives. Some would undoubtedly use it to win bets and lotteries, but most would simply correct those things we wish we could take back.
Just a few days ago now, one such incident exploded outward from a brief rant on Invisible Walls from Marcus Beer, directed at Phil Fish and Johnathan Blow. Regarding the recent news of self publishing from the Xbox One, Phil Fish, creator of Fez and Johnathan Blow, best known for Braid declined comment (to Game Informer specifically) on the matter, deciding instead to wait for more details to surface.
The particular comments that Beer called out on Invisible Walls do not appear on Game Informer's site, but may stem from a few tweets from Johnathan Blow and Phil Fish alluding to the deluge of requests for comment he'd received. The rest is hearsay and history. Beer called Fish in particular a "toss-pot," "hipster," and a "fucking asshole."