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Submitted by Feemee 2053d ago | review

Flock! keeps downloadable fun flying high (Globe and Mail review)

Globe and Mail writes: "Dazzling graphics and motion-sensitive controls be damned. From where I'm sitting, the most exciting new feature found in the current generation of living room consoles is the ability to download small, innovative games that previously would have had little publicity and no mainstream distribution. Indeed, some of the most fun and original interactive experiences released over the last couple of years-games like Braid, World of Goo, and Flower-aren't found in the aisles of Best Buy or Blockbuster, but instead on the virtual shelves of Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft's online stores.

The latest downloadable distraction to pique my interest is Capcom's Flock!, available through the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade (an edition for Windows PCs can be found on the publisher's website, but the console versions offer crisper graphics and cleaner controls)...." ( Flock , PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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