A ratings board in Korea has rated The Unfinished Swan for the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita. It’s not even the sort of thing where you have to question it or put on your skeptical glasses and take a sip of your cynic juice from your dubiously tainted coffee mug.
The date it was rated was literally just yesterday. You can check out the image of the rating for the PS4 version via a screen shot snapped through Google Translate (and I must admit, Google has really improved the translation process to the point where it no longer reads like someone with a separated tongue and upside down eyes trying dissected the content)
As for the game itself: The Unfinished Swan is easily one of the very best titles out there. It amazes me that it’s so underrated. Back when it came out it was rated as one of my top 5 games of the year.
The premise is pretty weird, but I’m not going to spoil anything for anyone who hasn’t played it. I just think that the first fifteen minutes or so of gameplay really help give the game a unique twist on the typical adventure title. The game really opens up the more its played and it’s such a beautiful masterpiece.
It reminds me of the more static image-based puzzle games from back during the mid 1990s, only this time it’s brought into today’s trend of fluent and fluid technological advancements to allow for an amazing visual presentation. I thought the game was splendid, simply put.
Nevertheless, if the game really is coming to the PlayStation 4, I would love to see what it looks like on the beefier sibling of the PS3. Quite naturally, I expect a cross-buy option between the PS Vita and PS4 version.
You can learn more about the game by paying a visit to the official website. Also, check out the launch trailer below to get a taste of what’s in store.
The Unfinished Swan releases today on the PSN! 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.