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Indie developer Curve Studios has revealed to the PlayStation Blog that their ward winning PC indie game, Proteus, will be arriving on both PlayStation 3 and PS Vita later this year.

Offering up a very bright and organic looking atmosphere, Proteus employs a procedurally generated environment as the player journeys through each of the four seasons. According to Curve it’s "nearly impossible to see everything in the game with one play through."
A lot of games get called ‘unique’, but we think there’s honestly nothing quite like Proteus. It’s a game all about exploration, mystery, colour and sound. Played in first person and set on an uninhabited island, it’s all about getting immersed in a dream like world.

The music and sounds in the game are what really make it special though, and everything you encounter as you explore has its own musical signature, so just like the island, the music changes depending on where you choose to go.





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