Machinarium Coming To PSN

Amanita Design’s award-winning point and click adventure game, Machinarium, has been confirmed for a PSN later this year. Praised for its thorough, old-school devotion to the genre, Machinarium also sports some of the very best art work you’re likely to see in modern gaming.

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From first impressions it sounds like a direct port of the original game, though it will be using the Dualshock 3. As a point and click adventure, PlayStation Move sounds like an ideal implementation for Amanita, especially as the developer is also working on a Wii version of Machinarium.

The PSN version will also include a walk-through option for newcomers to the genre, allowing players to uncover hints and tips by playing brief mini-games. For those not familiar with Machinarium, it may sound like a crutch, though will be much needed towards the latter part of the game.

A release date has yet to be confirmed, though Machinarium’s presence at E3 suggests it should definitely launch by year’s end.

Source: IGN

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22 Comments

  1. That’s very nice. I already finished the game on my PC, so I probably won’t be getting this. But nice addition.

  2. Nice! Never played it, as I’m not a Mac (or PC) gamer, but I love them point’n’clickers!
    Hoping this can sell enough to help pave the way for ports of other PnC titles, like Broken Sword and Discworld etc

    • “Hoping this can sell enough to help pave the way for ports of other PnC titles, like Broken Sword and Discworld etc”

      Hella yeah! with a Myst shaped cherry on top!

  3. Nice one, always meant to pick this up on Steam but never did. Look the art/style of the game.

  4. I played the demo for this (and samorost) online, delightful games. I’ll definitely pick it up on PSN.

  5. Finally, been waiting a year .

  6. Finally, been waiting a year .

  7. Finally, been waiting a year

  8. Finally, been waiting a year .

  9. Excellent, looks very pretty, and ROBOTS . Who doesnt like cute robots?

  10. Got it when it was new on the pc. Got it in the humble bundle, and I’m buying it for the PS3. Gotta suppoert the indie dev’s. :)

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