The Unfinished Swan will be released on PSN exclusively on October 24, but we were lucky to be sent a code to try the game ourselves. Most like journey and Flower, this really is some new concept you will want to try, provided you don't mind its short length - about 5 hours or so, with no real replay value, unless you like collecting balloons and unlocking trophies that is. The game is very atmospheric, putting you in the shoes of a young boy who is going to discover the strange universe of an egocentric king. In this imaginary world, exploration is at the core of gameplay and you will consecutively be a painter, a gardener, an architect and even a runner like in Mirror's Edge. A truly unique experience on PSN once again, we loved it and we're looking forward to knowing what you think of it when it comes out.
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