Child of Eden is ready to Move you on the 27th

5:00 AM on 09.23.2011

The PS3 version of Child of Eden is almost here and Ubisoft gave us a fancy launch trailer to show off.  There's not too much to say about it. Just like Rez the game is a swirl of pretty colors and abstract visuals, and it's awesome. The Kinect version which was quite good, so I have little doubt the PS3 version will be as well.

For those of you that are curious, the game can be played with a regular controller and this version will support 3D. If you want to experience something new, you need this game. It's hitting September 27th and many retailers have listed the game as 39.99 rather than the previously expected 49.99.

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