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A videogame that can be described as "relaxing" is a rare thing indeed. A PSP game whose controls aren't the least bit clunky is just as rare. flOw provides both of these in a beautiful package while challenging everything we know about user interfaces in games. I highly recommend flOw; it's one of those rare games we like to call, "unique."
Pocket Gamer UK
And play it you should. Despite the graphical hiccups, flOw is a unique and most worthwhile experience. What it lacks in depth it gains in player engagement and while it's unlikely to cater for massmarket tastes, it comes highly recommended to anyone wishing to escape the dreary reality of their daily commute.
The aforementioned issues with flOw are disappointing but the overall experience is still not one to be missed, especially if you play alone (and thus escape the majority of the game's slowdown issues). flOw's immensely surreal style will please anyone with an open mind regarding game mechanics, and $7.99 isn't too bad a price for a digital taste of Zen.
If you've already experienced one of the previous iterations of flOw there's really nothing in the PSP version to justify paying for the privilege of doing so again. If you missed flOw on the PS3, though, the handheld version is every bit as good and will only take up 90MB on your memory stick.
n spite of the limitations, flOw is a game still worth experiencing. The pure uniqueness of its formula overcomes the speed and longevity flaws to the point that it's worth dropping $8 on. Let's hope this is the start of a new trend where we see PSN games available for downloadable play.
In the end Flow doesn’t add enough to justify the $15 price tag if you already have the PlayStation 3 version, and the lack of a save game in between evolutions may be a problem if you suddenly have the urge to play something else in between plays. That said, it’s portable Flow and fans who want to play with their micro-organism on the go will love it.
"Flow", para PSP, tenta manter as características que o tornaram um dos melhores jogos da Playstation Network de 2007, mas as diferenças de hardware acabam limitando boa parte de seu charme. Ainda é uma experiência interessante, mas não tão imersiva e hipnótica quanto no Playstation 3, e só deverá conquistar aqueles que não conhecem a versão original.
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