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Submitted by ShadyDevil 921d ago | review

The Unfinished Swan Review-TGH

TGH Writes: "Every now and again a game comes along that’s different to everything else out there. Sony’s PlayStation Network is known for harbouring these games, with Journey and Flower being just two examples that offerer very different and unique ideas but manage to also be utterly fantastic games. Giant Sparrow, a small indie game developer, has brought The Unfinished Swan to PSN and it really stands out as being wholeheartedly unique, but again also fantastic." (PS3, The Unfinished Swan) 4.5/5

MASTER_RAIDEN  +   921d ago
Looks as if its an amazing game. So glad its getting such positive reviews.
not to troll here, but by the end of the gen, i think we know which company really champions the downloadable games market. Sony really does work to release art. its a risky wager, but they deserve every bit of praise for allowing such game companies to have a platform to express their vision.
GribbleGrunger  +   921d ago
With a any luck I'll be test driving this baby next week (..aaaannnd, back in character) It really does look like something very special indeed.

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