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Datura: Why You Don't Need Drugs

Posted on Friday, April 27 @ 11:17:01 PST by


Describing Datura as weird is not strange enough. It's softly twisted, muted, psychologically woven, hazy.

Crafted by Team Plastic and Santa Monica Studio, Datura will take players through a sequence of detached but vaguely interconnected forest of phenomena. It's exactly the kind of 3D stereoscopic mind trip that I've been missing in my life. And the only reason I have to care about the PlayStation Move.

Find yourself through the psychological labyrinth when Datura releases on PSN on May 8th.

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