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Concrete Genie Review – IGN

Concrete Genie Review – IGN

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Concrete Genie Takes Too Long To Get To The Fun Stuff – Kotaku

Concrete Genie Takes Too Long To Get To The Fun Stuff – Kotaku

When I started Concrete Genie, a new PlayStation 4 exclusive out now from Pixelopus, I was swept into its world. The game’s setting is lush and alive, its narrative heartwarming: A latchkey kid named Ash constantly revisits the ruins of Denska, the once-thriving port town he grew up in, to doodle. Denska has been abandoned…
‘Concrete Genie’ fights childhood bullying with illicit street art

‘Concrete Genie’ fights childhood bullying with illicit street art

Concrete Genie follows the exploits of Ash, a quiet and sensitive boy who spends most of his time sketching in his favorite notebook -- at least when he isn't having the town's local band of teenage bullies kick the snot out of him. The story takes place in Denska, a seaside port city that has…
Hands On: Concrete Genie Plays to the Strengths of Sony’s First-Party – Push Square

Hands On: Concrete Genie Plays to the Strengths of Sony’s First-Party – Push Square

You’ve never played a game like Concrete Genie before, but this is unmistakably a product of Sony’s first-party. Developed by PixelOpus – a curious mix of game development graduates paired with industry veterans – the third-person adventure sees you painting ethereal monsters onto the walls of a dilapidated sea port, which was once a bustling…

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