GFD writes: "Sometimes videogames can surprise you in the most unusual ways. Whether they have plot twists that compare to a Hitchcock thriller, or produce gameplay that has your heartbeat hitting the roof in exhilaration.
Flow is something very different to what you're used to playing. Whilst Xbox Live Arcade spews out retro titles and erratic original content, the Playstation Network reserves its releases to, seemingly, the most polished or abstract titles out there. Flow sits right in the middle of this arty brain bubble and is an experience that shouldn't be missed.
Released in 2007, FlOw consists of playing as a sea-creature and swimming around eating others creatures and gradually evolving into a larger, more complex form. Although most of these creatures are defenceless some of them will attack you and your have to figure out how to avoid them or strategically take them down."