Interaction Isn't Explicit is described as a "short, interactive study" designed to explore the "pros and cons" of traditional gameplay mechanics, and it's free to download on the PlayStation Store. It was added back on 16th of January, but PlayStation just released a trailer for the experimental experience, boosting its discoverability considerably.

With a slick black-and-white aesthetic and a breezy 30-minute runtime, designer Frank L. Silva says Interaction Isn't Explicit is not a "traditional game but a debate of different aspects of game design". The experiment's end goal is to determine what mechanics are "essential for the language of computer games".

From what we can see, it seems like an intriguing experience. Silva stresses that this is not a complete game but invites PlayStation players to "explore a visually stunning world accompanied by a simple but effective third-person shooter combat and magnificent music, composed by FRENCH 79". It even has some Trophies for the curious to earn simply by seeing things through to the end.

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