It's one of those good news/bad news situations, and the bad news isn't even all that bad.
Earlier, Ubisoft revealed a September 20 release date for the PlayStation 3 version of Child of Eden , Tetsuya Mizuguchi's colorful and unique title. But the publisher has announced a small delay:
It'll now launch a week later on September 27 but at the same time, the game will boast support for both PlayStation Move and 3D. These features had been anticipated (but not officially confirmed); the Xbox 360 version had Kinect compatibility, which was a primary appeal. As for the game, if you're at all familiar with Q Entertainment's Rez , a cult classic from the last generation, you'll understand the music-based, psychedelic approach. And yeah, there's a storyline (something about reproducing human personalities and fending off a virus) but that's hardly the focus.
So September 27 is the day. Let's hope PS3 owners give it a warmer welcome than 360 owners did.
Related Game(s): Child of Eden