Sega has waxed lyrical this morning over the "very cool" and "unique" aspects of its newly signed PSP oddity, Crush.
"The game itself is a very cool sort of puzzle game where you're basically wandering around in 3D worlds and you flatten the worlds in order for you to progress in 2D," said a SEGA Europe spokesperson. "It's very clever the way it's done. It's a very cool premise."
"It's obviously another UK developer that we're working with, that's a big deal," he added.
Developed by Kuju Entertainment, most recently of Battalion Wars fame, the game is "set within a complex, hypnotic 3D world, " according to SEGA's press release. "Players will use the game's unique crush mechanic to 'crush' the environment and transform it into a more simplified 2D platformer."
Crush is due for release in the summer.
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