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After first making an appearance on the Wii, and then taking a turn on mobile platforms, de Blob 2 is coming to the PlayStation 3 for the first time, in a direct sequel to the original. Since it comes from a motion-sensitive background, it is no surprise to see support for PlayStation Move controls integrated into the game, but you need not have invested in Sony’s latest peripheral if you want to enjoy its colorful world for a few hours.
The aim in de Blob 2 is to turn the monochromatic world into a hive of colorful loveliness, and thanks to the superior power of the PlayStation 3, the graphics are far crisper and more vibrant than on the Nintendo Wii. You move around the eponymous hero, and at its most basic, it is a kind of paint by numbers platformer, where you literally have to follow the required color scheme in order to progress. The story is thin on the ground, but the selection of cut scenes do a good job of bringing the broadly drawn characters to life, and the simple black and white of the good versus evil plot is pleasingly reflected in the gameplay, which is not something that can be boasted by many other games.