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Sony's New PS3...Gardening Game

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Sony announced yesterday the impending release of Shiki-Tei, a new downloadable title for the the PlayStation 3. Basic gist? You get a garden. You grow plants in the garden. Animals hang out in your garden. You can take pictures of your garden. Sort of like Viva Pinata, sans the Pinatas. And that's about it. Won't pull the Unreal Tournament III crowd away from their murderous pastime, but it should prove a nice, relaxing option for the more sedate users amongst the PS3's userbase. At least in Japan, since that's the only place it's being released at the moment. It's due on June 26 for ¥1600, which is around $15.

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It sounds like a great idea, but i'd like a more Viva Pinata game myself where what you grow attracts animals and gives you a chance to see just what you can bring in. Just plant focused though? Not for 15 dollars.