Developer Cococucumber’s sci-fi adventure Planet of the Eyes is now available on PlayStation 4. It had previously released on PC in 2015, where it received a positive reception. It features a story by Will O’Neill of Actual Sunlight and Little Red Lie fame, and a soundtrack by John Black. It costs $9.99, but PlayStation Plus members will receive a 20% discount.
“Planet of the Eyes is about the voyage to discover oneself while engaging in the dangers of a captivating and beautiful world,” said Martin Gauvreau, Co-founder of Cococucumber. “It will draw you in as soon as you start playing and makes it difficult to put the controller down. We’re excited to give console gamers of all ages the opportunity to explore the retro world of Planet of the Eyes.”
We should have a review of Planet of the Eyes on the site soon, but check out the game’s trailer to see it in action for now:
Here’s how the developer describes their title:
Planet of the Eyes takes players on an atmospheric journey as a lone robot through a mysterious planet. Guided by audio logs left by another survivor and an immersive original musical score, players will encounter a stunning visual mix of puzzle and platforming challenges that will spirit them away on their exploration of an unknown world filled with danger.
Planet of the Eyes is available now for $9.99 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. It’s available to purchase with a 20 percent discount during launch week. PlayStation LifeStyle will have a review soon, so you won’t have to wait much longer to hear our verdict.