There's already been much buzz about Echochrome, PS3's upcoming offering that looks like an accidental slip into MC Escher's famous Relativity painting. The new word on the street is that the title will include a level editor so players can craft their own impossible levels and then force friends to try to solve them until they weep with frustration. Sounds like a blast for the gaming sadists out there.
The title is confirmed for PS3 and PSP release in Japan, but so far all America's got confirmation on is a PSN downloadable version of the game. I'm hoping we get a PSP version in the long run as it seems like a great title to take on long flights (and my life is full of those lately.)
Echochrome is tenatively set for a Spring 2008 release.
[Via ThreeSpeech - Thanks Justin!]
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