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The Unfinished Swan – first chapter gameplay

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at 11:48am October 25 2012
The Unfinished Swan review

Here’s the first chapter of The Unfinished Swan with 20 minutes of painty gameplay for you to enjoy. There’s no spoilers, they don’t kick in until the forth level.

The Unfinished Swan packs in 10 trophies

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at 12:45pm October 18 2012
The Unfinished Swan screens

Here are The Unfinished Trophies. The game’s out now if you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber but for those that aren’t here’s the full list including 6 bronze, one silver, two gold and a secret one.

The Unfinished Swan video review

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at 12:07pm October 17 2012
The Unfinished Swan review

Here’s dep ed Joel to talk in person about his Unfinished Swan review and why the game’s beautiful, unique but not quite a classic.

The Unfinished Swan PSN review – inventive, unique and absolutely beautiful

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at 10:26am October 15 2012
The Unfinished Swan review

Even if it weren’t overtly presented as such, The Unfinished Swan would feel like stepping into a child’s bedtime story. It’s all about exploration, wonderment and journeying into a classic fairytale dream world. Sadly, it’s slightly too limited to fully capture that kind of magic, but in terms of invention and as a visual spectacle it comes close on more than one occasion.

The Unfinished Swan gameplay video from Gamescom shows exploration and balloons

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at 12:04pm August 16 2012
The Unfinished Swan screens

The Unfinished Swan’s first gameplay clip shows off the game’s surreal, paint-focussed exploration as well as new story tidbits and poppable balloon trophies.

The Unfinished Swan: 12 beautiful but baffling screens

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at 05:58pm May 2 2012
The Unfinished Swan screens

Here are 12 beautifully arty screens from the Unfinished Swan, a mysterious paint-based adventure heading to PSN.

Unfinished Swan trailer revealed

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at 12:17pm May 2 2012
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Sony have revealed a first look at a new PSN curio with a new Unfinished Swan trailer. Described as a “first-person painting game” it sees you exploring a completely white space by firing out blobs of paint to uncover the world around you.

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