New E3 trailer released for PS3 exclusive side-scroller Puppeteer

  • Posted June 6th, 2013 at 05:20 EDT by Steve Chaffin

A new E3 trailer appeared on Sony's official PlayStation YouTube account today, featuring SCE Japan Studio's Puppeteer, a side-scrolling platformer PlayStation exclusive that will be hitting store shelves on September 10, 2013 with a $39.99 price tag.

The trailer, less than two minutes long, theatrically reveals some of the game's narrative while depicting much of the type of fluid, platforming gameplay the game has to offer. It also highlights the studio's attention to artistry when developing the title. You can find the video below.

E3 TRAILER


Moreover, Sony has also released three trailers depicting "heads" that enable players to do overcome a variety of circumstances and obstacles. Below you can find trailers for the Pirate's Head, Knight's Head, Ninja Head, and Wrestler's Head respectively:

Pirate's Head



Knight's Head


Wrestler's Head

 

 

Ninja's Head

 

What are your thoughts on SCE Japan Studio's upcoming platformer? For a gamer overly-accustomed to the darker environments of first-person shooters and survival horror titles, Puppeteer serves as a vibrant reminder of how games can be both a work of lighthearted artistry and an enjoyable, addictive experience. Let me know what you think in the comments below, and discuss it with PSU's awesome community on our message boards. See you there.

Steven Chaffin, Jr. is an American editor for PlayStation Universe. You can follow him and all his rantings and ravings on Twitter @steven_chaffin.

 

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Steven is a contributor for PlayStation Universe studying Journalism and Economics at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
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