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It looks like Sony is allowing Annapurna Interactive to bring some of the PlayStation 3's more famous indie titles to the PC, with Journey already announced and flower available now. The legendary thatgamecompany exclusive -- which sees you control petals as you restore natural beauty to increasingly polluted scenes -- first launched in 2009 on the PlayStation Store, and instantly attracted critical acclaim.

To be fair, Annapurna Interactive is made up of many of the ex-Sony Santa Monica employees who spearheaded the studio's now defunct indie publishing scheme. For a time, thatgamecompany worked out of the God of War developer's offices, and so it all seems perfectly natural that it's been given the opportunity to publish the game on Steam and the Epic Games Store.