It may not have gotten the same attention as the original echochrome did at E3 2007, but the sequel looks like one of the more promising games coming to the PlayStation Move, Sony's new motion controller.
The PlayStation Portable's spin-off of the equally puzzling echochrome, echoshift will be making an appearance on the North American PlayStation Store this Thursday.
Black and white perspective shifting puzzler echochrome is getting a semi-sequel in echochrono, as revealed at E3 2009. Perhaps that name was a bit too similar, as the PlayStation maker has filed a new, familiar sounding trademark.
In its "All New" issue, discussing the cutting edge of trends in American culture, New York Magazine lauds four indie titles for "ushering in a golden age of smart, beautiful, and really weird games."
Sony is expanding the world of PSN puzzler Echochrome once again, with a new patch today that not only adds trophy support, but also unlocks 1,000 user-generated levels to Freeform play.
Newsweek's N'Gai Croal has an idea: enabling user-generated content across asymmetrical platforms through extensible markup language.
Sony touted it's minimalist PlayStation Network puzzler echochrome at E3 2007 as a game inspired by the classic, simple-but-deep rule sets of traditional brain teasers like the Chinese board game Go and the Rubik's Cube. Pitched as the PlayStation 3 game with "the least graphics and the most gameplay," echochrome lets…