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You might not have noticed Datura's soundtrack amidst all the surreal dreamscape travel, incomprehensible imagery, and tree touching. Developer Plastic Studios offers a solution, in the form of a free soundtrack downloadable through PSN today when the PS Store updates. In the post announcing the so...

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September 25, 2012 at 7:15PM
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There are so many games out there we couldn't possibly review them all. Welcome to Snapshot, where we highlight games that might fall outside our usual coverage but are still something we think you should know about. Today: Datura for PS3. Standing amongst fallen leaves in an unknown forest, a face...

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If you like atmospheric adventure games starring a disembodied hand, you'd best swing by the PlayStation Store to see Datura. It leads Sony's weekly content dump today, and is joined by the PixelJunk series sale and full PS3 game trials for Saints Row: The Third and Need for Speed The Run. And if y...

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Datura, the dreamlike PSN Move game about exploring a magical (and likely metaphorical) forest, will be released in Europe on May 9, according to a Sony UK product page for the game. While nothing official has been announced, we'd argue that this page constitutes fairly official notice in itself. ...

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At GDC, Sony officially unveiled Plastic Studios' Datura, a Move-based adventure game that puts you in control of a spooky floating hand in a richly detailed forest. I had the opportunity to move through the forest, touch trees, and crack ice, but you need this video from PlayStation Blog to help ...

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If you're a hardcore adherent of weird, naturey motion-control games, maybe you remember the game teased by Linger in Shadows developer Plastic Studios last year. You know, the thing with the floating hand, and the door in the forest. Even if you haven't been following this thing, you can start now...

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