2D Echochrome confirmed for PlayStation Home

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 1 August 2008 09:59 GMT

Speaking at Develop in Brighton this week, SCEJ’s Tatsuya Suzuki and JSPS’ Jun Fujiki confirmed that a 2D version of PSN puzzler Echochrome is to be released on Home.

No date’s been given for the game’s release, but you can read more detail on Develop.

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