Games are art
Perhaps Sony's smallest first party exclusive, Concrete Genie is looking delightful, and we're excited to see more from the Pixelopus adventure. Sony brought the graffiti puzzler to Paris Games Week 2018, and it enlisted the help of French artist named Tsuchinoko to decorate its booth. The result is an endearing recreation of the...
Different strokes, different folks
Concrete Genie is probably the lowest profile exclusive in the PlayStation 4’s portfolio, but every time teeny developer PixelOpus shows it off, we’re impressed by it. A mixture of puzzle and artsy entertainment, the title effectively allows you to create magical graffiti, giving you the tools to make a...
Another brick in the wall
Concrete Genie is shaping up to be yet another special PlayStation 4 exclusive, and Sony has released a new video explaining how the PixelOpus developed product hopes to battle bullying. The game essentially sees you assume the role of Ash, who likes to create street art. However, he’s constantly being harassed by thugs,...
Paint by wonder
Wow, Concrete Genie is shaping up really nicely. The painting PlayStation 4 exclusive, which sees you using a magic wand to bring an abandoned fishing village back to life via vibrant graffiti, was on display during Sony’s E3 2018 livestream earlier today – and we have to say, we’re impressed. This footage is from early in the...
PixelOpus brings painting to life
God bless, PlayStation! Seriously, where else can you find such wild creative variety as Death Stranding, Dreams, and Concrete Genie? The latter, announced at Paris Games Week earlier in the year, has been flying under the radar a little bit – but boy does it look special! The title was on display as part of a PSX...
Graffiti can be unsightly, but it can also be beautiful and have powerful messages. Concrete Genie, the new game from Entwined developer PixelOpus, will see you using paint to clean up a deserted fishing town, bringing much-needed life to its dilapidated walls. This is looking lovely and a lot more ambitious than the developer’s last...
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