Proteus, the award-winning PC indie game will be making its way to the PS3 and Vita this fall. Curve Studios, working with the original developers Ed Key and David Kanaga, made it possible for the game to make the jump from the PC to console.
Described as “unique,” Proteus is “all about exploration, mystery, color and sound,” and “getting immersed in a dreamlike world.” The first-person pixelated adventure game is procedurally generated, meaning the game is different each time it’s played.
The experimental game takes you through all four seasons of the island to the end — if there really is an “end,” in the traditional sense: it’ll be nearly impossible to see everything the game has to offer with one play through. Plus, the simplicity of it all is what makes it amazing: there are no scores, leaderboards, or checkpoints. So sit back and enjoy the world, and the music and sounds, which is what makes the game so special.
Curve Studios Marketing Manager Rob Clarke also noted that they’ve “been working with Ed to make the PS Vita and PS3 versions even better than the original, and over the next few months we’re going to have more information on how we’re using the power of PS3 and PS Vita to bring the absolute best Proteus experience to you guys.”
Proteus will be a Cross Buy title, and will be arriving in the coming months. If you can’t wait, it’s available on Steam for $10.