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: 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: 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 have both fl0w and Journey on my PS3, but had never gotten around to this one until I decided that the best way to spend the $10, that Sony gifted all new PS4 owners with, was to spend $7 of it on a triple platform game purchase called Flower.
Summary: This great game makes it's way to the PS4 with enhanced graphics and motion controls. This is a game where you can pick up, play and admire the art rather than rushing to complete stages. Turning your petals on a dime is more achievable with the Dual Shock 4.
Summary: Flower is truly one of the most unique experiences I have ever had on any platform. When I first saw the trailers, I thought that this was a game that merited some looking into. When I finally downloaded it, I was shocked at how well polished it was.
Summary: A masterpiece in the videogame medium. A work of art. I could sling words and descriptions at you left and right, but with regards to this game, I will do nothing but a disservice. It's bordering on a cliche, but you HAVE to experience this game for yourself.