A few years ago, Giant Sparrow made a whimsical little game called The Unfinished Swan, which I (and many others) loved. A couple years later, they revealed their new project: a decidedly darker experience titled What Remains of Edith Finch. Show More Summary
What Remains of Edith Finch, the upcoming title by The Unfinished Swan developer Giant Sparrow, is about a young woman exploring her family abode. It's a strange ramshackle concoction predicated on one ludicrous notion: that once a family member dies their room shall remain forever untouched. Show More Summary
There are some fascinating ideas behind What Remains of Edith Finch, the latest effort from The Unfinished Swan creators Giant Sparrow. What is it like to step into the world of a cursed family that all seem to have one thing in common:...Show More Summary
"Wow them in the end" was screenwriting guru Robert McKee's mantra in Charlie Kaufmann's meta-masterpiece Adaptation. In real life, McKee's received as much criticism as he has acclaim, but I've always found that particular piece of advice his most sound. Show More Summary
First-person puzzle adventure gaming was reinvigorated with the release of Portal, and the genre has since become one of my favorites. The surreal Antichamber showed us how to think outside the box. The Unfinished Swan taught us not to fear the unknown. Show More Summary
As you may have seen, earlier this week we debuted a new trailer for What Remains of Edith Finch, a new PS4-exclusive adventure from the same team that brought you the enigmatic The Unfinished Swan on PS3.
The Unfinished Swan developer Giant Sparrow has shared these screenshots of What Remains of Edith Finch, their new PS4 title. The game is a collection of short stories and each one is about the death of a Finch family member. More stuff around E3.
It's May and it means gamers enrolled in the PlayStation Plus program will get their hands on these exciting new game titles offered to them for free.
Sony Europe has announced its offerings for PlayStation Plus members in Europe, and each title will arrive on the service May 6. Here’s what’s on offer: Ether One (PS4) Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition The Unfinished Swan (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) Race the Sun (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) Murasaki Baby (PS Vita) Hohokum (PS4, PS3, […]
Here's a brief teaser for What Remains of Edith Finch, a mysterious, newly announced PS4 game from the makers of The Unfinished Swan. I wonder if Edith Finch knows Ethan Carter... Read more...
The Last of Us Art Director Nate Wells has joined with Tomb Raider developer Crystal Dynamics, according to a tweet from the artist. Wells departed from Giant Sparrow after spending roughly eight months with The Unfinished Swan developer. The art dir...
Now live on PlayStation Store: Freedom Wars, WWE 2K15, Lords of the Fallen, The Unfinished Swan (PS4/Vita), Costume Quest 2, and more.
If you didn’t pick-up the silver paintbrush two years ago and discover the enchanting and mysterious world of The Unfinished Swan, a great journey awaits you on Tuesday, Oct 28th when it arrives on PS4 for $14.99.
Arty PlayStation 3 adventure The Unfinished Swan will be released next week on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. All versions of the game cost £9.99 but will also be Cross-Buy - meaning that the new PS4 and Vita editions are free to download if you have already purchased the game on PS3. Show More Summary
The Unfinished Swan is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita next week, Sony revealed today. The first-person puzzler will retail for $15/€13/£10 and supports cross-buy, meaning if you purchased the game before on PS3 you can go ahead and...Show More Summary
Giant Sparrow's surreal exploration game The Unfinished Swan will arrive next week on PS4 and Vita, just over two years after it first launched on PS3. The game will launch on Tuesday, October 28 in North America and the following day in Europe for...
We already knew that the PlayStation 4 would be getting updated versions of two of the PS3's most visually striking games when Sony confirmed Journey and The Unfinished Swan were headed for Sony's new console. However, according to comments left by...
When The Unfinished Swan and Journey are ported to PS4, players who own the games on PS3 will not have to pay again to experience the new versions -- Cross-Buy support is confirmed! Someone in the PlayStation Blog comments also asked "Will it be 500 [frames per second]?" and that, hilariously, got an actual response from Sony Santa Monica. Show More Summary
Late last month, a Sony landing page for Gamescom 2014 indicated that games such as Journey and The Unfinished Swan were destined to arrive on PS4. Sony confirmed as much today, noting that both games will arrive later this year for the...
Journey's coming to the PS4, along with cult PS3 fave The Unfinished Swan. A line in the YouTube video's description mentions cross-buy: "Get more for your money with Cross-Buy - purchase this game for PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4 and get the other version at no extra cost." We've reached out to Sony to confirm. Read more...