Boomtown writes: "There's a big problem with beauty. When there's too much of it about, you start to almost yearn for something ugly just to break the monotony. You start to pick at the corners, you start looking for dust, for any sign of normality.
Eternal Sonata, or 'Trusty Bell: Chopin's Dream' in Japan, is painfully, achingly, deeply beautiful. My Goodness it's beautiful. Running in proper high def, your eyes will bleed it's so beautiful. I swear, when I switched the game on for the first time, my console started spewing pink sugar and rainbows. Example - the outflow in the sewers of the town of Ritardando, one of the early environments, is so sparklingly clear and fresh you'd think the townspeople pissed the finest French mineral water. Wow."