The Unfinished Swan for PlayStation 3

The Unfinished Swan

Oct 23, 2014
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Developer: Giant Sparrow
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Explore a mysterious all-white landscape by splatting paint to reveal the world around you. As Monroe, a 10-year-old orphan, you'll follow a swan that's stepped out of an unfinished painting and wandered off into a surreal, storybook-inspired kingdom. Each chapter brings surprises, new ways to explore the world, a host of bizarre (and sometimes dangerous) creatures, and encounters with the eccentric king who built this empire.

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Sammy BarkerOct 15, 2012
The Unfinished Swan is the second generation-defining downloadable from Sony in eight months. Giant Sparrow’s debut is a confident, creative tour-de-force – and it’s one of the most imaginative adventures you’ll ever play.
Karl KoebkeOct 17, 2012
I'm sure many will look at the 2 hour timeframe and call The Unfinished Swan a rip-off, but I look at not only the amount of time I got out of my 15 bucks but also how much I enjoyed that time, and how long the experience will stick with me. Needless to say, The Unfinished Swan charmed me and the experience will live with me for a long time to come. I can't wait to see what Giant Sparrow come out with next, though here's hoping the next title doesn't take quite as long to get from the concept stages to a finished product.
Wayne SantosNov 05, 2012
The appeal of this game lies in the more sedate charms of exploration. Unfinished Swan regularly evokes a gentle sense of wonder from turning the next corner just to see what’s there. The puzzles aren’t particularly difficult, and the themes, while mature, are never presented in a way unsuitable for younger players. It may be a little heavy for kids, who might not be thinking about their own mortality—let alone the transitory nature of the world in the grand scheme of things—but it’s grafted onto a short, unique adventure that doesn’t outstay its welcome.

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