Summary: Beautiful. That is the word i use to describe Flower. The bliss of controlling your flower petals as you go through this environment is great and the little music chimes that play when you bloom a petal are oh so fun.
Summary: the game did deserve a 9.0 when it first came out for the PS3, it was unique, beautiful, and amazingly relaxing. but by 2014 we had a lot of artistic experimental games, it is not as unique or beautiful as we first tried it, this should have stayed a PS3 exclusive, it is still a good game for those...
Summary: I am the type of person that thinks video games are a form of art. And this is the type of game that will lead the charge in getting video games to be accepted as such. It is beautiful and tells a story about the terrible thing humans do, with out a single cut scene or word of dialogue.
Summary: Just a nice, peaceful game. Immersive from start. The control mechanism is a nice gimmick but the story and gameplay, while seeming simple on paper, are actually quite captivating. Added bonus that it is free on PSN.
Summary: If you wan to sit at home relax listen to some good calming music and look at some really nice visuals then you can't go wrong with Flower. It's not a game i'd recommend doing in one sitting (which you can) but something you play when stressed out or when you just want to chill for about an hour.
Summary: Bought this because everyone says it's a 9/10. I was disappointed. Gameplay: You move flower petals around over other flowers to accumulate more. There is no words to read, no story at all. Just you moving your controller and not understanding why you have to collect more petals.
Summary: This is one of the games that you can only appreciate after trying them out. Admittedly, the touch controls needed some time to get used to, but once you get the hang of it, it feels amazing. I do wish though that there was an analog stick option available.
Summary: I heard incredibly great things about this game. I only have a Vita (my PS3 broke) so I decided to get the trial version, the first few seconds had me sold, then... what happened? Gimmicky controls happened.