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Flower out now on PS Vita with cross-buy for PS3, PS4


2:30 PM on 11.13.2013
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Flower has taken root on PlayStation Vita in North America and is now available for $6.99 via the PlayStation Store.

The transcendent environmentalist adventure supports cross-buy across all platforms, and will arrive on PlayStation 4 at launch. According to thatgamecompany, the portable version will head to European shores in a couple weeks' time. I suppose it takes a little while to blow petals across the Atlantic.








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