Number of Players
1 (Single Player)
Release Date

PlayStation 3

  • US 8th May 2012, $9.99
  • EU 9th May 2012, £6.49
Controller Support


  • Review Datura (PlayStation 3)

    Perplexing petals

    Don't try too hard to understand. Datura is bizarre, a short adventure designed to be played in a single sitting with PlayStation Move, seemingly intended to bewilder anybody who comes before it. Yet that's one of its strengths. With no background information whatsoever, you take control of a man who is apparently as lost as the...

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Datura News

  • Game of the Year Best PlayStation Move Game of 2012

    Motion in the ocean

    With new console launches hogging the headlines harder than Kristen Stewart and Harry Styles, the PlayStation Move was pushed to the sidelines slightly in 2012. But while the motion peripheral may have been left howling for attention louder than a member of The Wanted, it still managed to muster a selection box of software worth...

  • News Decipher the Meaning of Datura While Listening to Its Soundtrack

    Forbidden fruit

    Datura’s certainly not the most polished game of the year, but it’s arguably one of the more interesting ones. Writing on the PlayStation Blog, director Michal Staniszewski claimed that no one has fully uncovered the meaning behind the PlayStation Network exclusive just yet. “Every madness has its explanation, and Datura is no...

  • News Datura Dives into the Next Dimension

    Innovation you can't afford

    We still don’t know much about Plastic’s upcoming PSN adventure Datura, but that’s not stopped the Polish developer from concocting an extravagant virtual reality set up to show off its game. The expensive demo is built around Sony’s recently released HMZ-T1 personal projector, and uses a second PlayStation Move...

  • News New Datura Footage Touches Down

    Reaching out

    Plastic’s released a brand new trailer for its intriguing Move powered interpretative adventure title, Datura. The ambiguous short highlights the variety players can expect from the motion enhanced game, including a driving section and a World War-esque shooting range. These kind of off-the-wall interactive experiences are amongst our...

  • News Sony's Move-Exclusive Datura Dated

    Out in May

    Time to pick up that Move controller again — Sony's launching Datura on 9th May. The Move-exclusive action adventure is joint venture between Sony Santa Monica and Polish developer Plastic. It's billed as a "unique, interactive art experience", so don't expect God of War Move, but we're always up for unique and interactive art...

  • News Datura Introduces the Most Difficult Decision of Them All

    Daddy or chips

    Given the choice between saving someone’s life or earning a new PlayStation Network trophy, we’re not sure what we’d choose – but we never thought we’d be faced with the dilemma. Plastic’s new PlayStation Move title Datura makes that conundrum a reality though, and we couldn’t be more intrigued by the prospect. In a...

  • News Plastic Officially Announces Datura for PlayStation Move

    Experimental narrative

    As anticipated, Polish studio Plastic has lifted the lid on its curious PlayStation Move title, Datura. The game – which is set to release exclusively on the PlayStation Network later this year – promises to use Sony’s motion wand in an “innovative way”. Plastic’s Michal Staniszewski explained: Finding yourself in...

About The Game

Explore the haunting world of Datura and embark on a voyage of mystery.

Discover an eerie, intriguing realm in this unique, interactive art experience where little is ever as it seems and mystery and surprise await your every move.

Interact with your surroundings and attempt to answer three questions: why are you here? What are you supposed to do now? And is there a way out?

Solve puzzles and discover hidden mysteries that will take you beyond the world as you know it.