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SCEE Reveals Portable  fl0w  For PSP

SCEE Reveals Portable fl0w For PSP

January 30, 2008 | By Brandon Boyer

January 30, 2008 | By Brandon Boyer
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Sony's UK PlayStation site has revealed the first details of a PSP version of thatgamecompany's cult title fl0w to be soon made available for download through its PlayStation Store during its regular Thursday update.

Originally released for the PlayStation 3 as a downloadable title soon after the console launched, fl0w started its life as an experimental Flash title. Thatgamecompany's Kellee Santiago told a Hollywood & Games audience that after the Flash game had hit the web, "within ten days we had 300,000 downloads" of that version.

It's not yet clear precisely how much of the original PS3 version's content will be released for the PSP, nor its exact release date, but given that Sony has it slated for a January release, it's likely to be released for UK customers during the company's Thursday January 31st update.

No such details or release dates have been released for U.S. customers. The developer revealed its latest PlayStation Network title, Flower at the recent Montreal Game Summit, which it said it hoped would "give the player a visceral perspective, surreal and dreamlike," and "experience a field in a way you couldn't in real life."

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