Articles tagged with: The UnderGarden
This time last year, we’d just seen the releases of high profile titles such as BioShock 2, Dante’s Inferno, Heavy Rain and the North American and European releases of White Knight Chronicles and Star Ocean: The Last Hope International. In 2011, February was just as busy as last year, if not more so, with a huge number of games both released and announced.
Look on the PSN and you’ll find a myriad of the typical shooters, platformers, and puzzle games. Search around enough and you’ll find unique gems like Flower, PixelJunk Eden and Flow. The PSN is known for taking aboard the videogame industry’s more quirky titles. The UnderGarden is one of those.
In The UnderGarden, players will travel deep into the caverns below the Earth where they will meet Ludwig, a hovering creature that’s part demon, part something else, but all cute. At least, that’s the description we’re going by. His (or her) goal is to pollinate the bleak world of theUnderGarden and bring some color and life to the scene. In order to successfully navigate the place, you’ll have to gather pollen, solve puzzles, and avoid hazardous obstacles.
Does The UnderGarden bring color to the PSN or should it have remained in the darkness and never see the light of day?
Amid the first person shooters, the platformers, and the action/adventure games on the PS3, so few games stand out as being unique. The UnderGarden is an upcoming exploration and puzzle game by Vitamin G Studios that breaks free from the stereotypes and offers and adventure that is truly different.
We spoke with Antonia Santamaria, the Head of Engineering on The UnderGarden, and he revealed some interesting tidbits about their upcoming title, which is due out later this year on the PSN.
Atari has released a new batch of screenshots for their upcoming PSN title and boy are they colorful.
The UnderGarden, which comes to the PSN later this winter, is a game about exploration and puzzle solving as you explore dark and vast caverns, gathering pollen to grow flowers and plants. Sounds similar to Flower, doesn’t it?