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Earlier this month Sony launched its Vote to Play feature in which PS Plus members could vote on which game they'd like to see added as a free offering in the Instant Games Collection. Now, that winner has been announced as Grow Home for PS4.
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It can be hard to remember the precise moment that you fall in love with a game, but it's comparatively easy to remember the moment you realise - yes! - that the game you love is truly worth it. Night had fallen, and I was down by the shore, under the shadow of a huge, soaring vine. The sea was still - the sea is always still - but at the edge of the bay I could spy a cluster of objects bobbing around. Two of them in particular stood out to me: football-sized lumps of green stuff, glowing gently in the dark. That's the moment. I love Grow Home. And it's worth it.
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Our Grow Home review won't be up until next week - partly because I'm still gadding around taking screenshots of the sunset. I really wanted to bring you something about the game before then, though, because Ubisoft's quirky platformer is a real delight.
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