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SCEA, Bluepoint Games
Nov 15, 2013 - PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

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9.5 / 10.0

Flower on PS4 is even better and more beautiful than the phenomenal, unforgettable original.

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Flower remains a ravishing display of nature's grace.

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The previous generation's definitive chill-out game gets a lovely visual makeover for the next. And it's still as cool as ever.

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Flower feels like the first step in a right direction -- much more so than any of thatgamecompany's previous releases -- but having played through it twice, I can't help but feel that it could have been a gargantuan leap.

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Every aspect of Flower serves its singular vision: nourishing and maintaining a 1-2 hour Zen-like experience. Vibrant colors, an incredible score, and meticulous eyes overseeing the game's pacing—Flower rises to the occasion. A decade later, little has changed, though the PC port suffers a good deal on account of its mouse and keyboard controls.

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The sheer simplicity of flower makes it a difficult game not to fall in love with. It's a relaxing, calming, and curiously moving experience that has the power to change the way that you look at the outside world. Moreover, the improved motion sensors inside the DualShock 4 coupled with the enhanced horsepower of Sony's fresh hardware breathe new life into the experience, ensuring that this former PS3 favourite blossoms all over again on the PS4.

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Flower blooms then wilts away.

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Flower is a unique title. The ThatGameCompany production embraces the idea of a synesthetic digital entertainment, linked to the poetry of form and color, cloaked in a dynamic sound accompaniment. Compared to the inner landscapes of Journey - often barren, oppressive, invaded by darkness and lashed by a cruel nature - here the wonder is disrespected in living and vital environments, made of unforgettable colors.

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Journey is Now Available for Steam, Comes With a Free Game

Journey is Now Available for Steam, Comes With a Free Game

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