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Submitted by - Ghost of Sparta - 1949d ago | review

Acegamez: Flower Review

Acegamez: "...Flower is well worth the money and you'll find yourself coming back just to go through the same levels over and over again. Had a bad day at work? Flower. Wife left? Flower. Skynet finally goes active, quickly becoming self-aware and forcing us into submission under our evil robot overlords? Flower is all you need to unwind. And for those of you out there after a more challenge-oriented experience, Flower comes out on top yet again. There's plenty of meta-gaming with trophies to unlock for accomplishing specific tasks, as well as each level featuring three hidden bunches of flowers, each of which adds a new leaf to your potted plant once discovered." (Flower, PS3) 10/10

Sk8boyP  +   1949d ago
ONLY on Playstation® 3.
nuff said.
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GiantEnemyFlop  +   1949d ago
the game that impossible to make on another platform, FACT

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