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Child of Eden Needs More Time in the PS3's Womb

Posted on Friday, April 22 @ 09:28:58 Eastern by


Rez and Lumines lead designer Tetsuya Mizuguchi's latest colorful kaleidoscope of a game, Child of Eden, will be releasing in less than two months on the Xbox 360. However, a release date for the PS3 hasn't yet been set, and now Ubisoft is claiming Child of Eden won't hit the PS3 until later in the year.

Ubisoft confirmed to IGN that Child of Eden is still in development for the PS3, but won't release until September at the earliest. The game is said to support the PlayStation Move when it does eventually release on the PS3.

Child of Eden hits store shelves on June 14th and will feature Kinect support. Look out for GR's Child of Eden preview in the coming weeks.
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