Delve Deeper Into Datura

Last week we announce a new game for PS3 and PlayStation Move called Datura, created by Plastic Studios, where you control a character’s hand through a forest and are faced with a series of choices with narrative consequences.

Attendees of GDC in San Francisco have had the chance to experience Datura for themselves; now we are able to lift the lid ever so slightly and give you some more insight into what this innovative new title will bring when it launches later this year, only on PlayStation Store. Here is Game Director Michal Staniszewski:

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Looks interesting :) Day 1 :)

Go Poland! :D

Blackinwoman 15 March, 2012 @ 17:00

In this game will be greetings to the demoscene ? :)

Finaly a reason to dust off my move.
I love this kind of titels, just like Journey.

Nice. For projects like this i can buy a PS Move.

CoolRichy008UK 15 March, 2012 @ 19:03

the uk will get it b4 anywer else

When will the PlayStation Display release for the UK?


Sorry but not wasting my money on this i don’t understand these type of games & it looks boring to me sorry .

Datura – angel trumpet flowers, crazy stuff

This looks very interesting.

I can’t wait to try it.

so james, did you have a word?
i didn’t hear anything.

so i emailed your “support”, support? pfft, a bra made of jelly would give better support, department again this morning.

“We’ll be in contact as soon as we’ve more information.”

that was the reply.

i showed them the thread where the issue is discussed, and where a scee mod promised anybody unsatisfied with the broken minis can get a refund, i showed them the law they’re breaking by not giving me the refund and, well i didn’t actually show them that i bought the games, but if they can’t check that then what use are they.
i suppose i could get a screenshot from the ps3 or something, if they’re incapable of checking that i bought the games.

tell me you find that acceptable, i dare you.

if they don’t consider that enough information i suggest they be removed from their positions and replaced with somebody even remotely competent.

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