Namco released their excellent RPG Eternal Sonata a while ago on 360, and the game is heading to the PS3 later this year.
It was a great looking RPG that featured bright, beautiful visuals, a wonderful musical score and a story that was a refreshing departure from the usual bog standard RPG fare.
It was developed by Tri-Crescendo, the same team behind Fragile, a gorgeous looking game on the Nintendo Wii.
The story centers around a young boy named Seto, who finds himself wandering through seemingly deserted cities in a post-apocalyptic world.
Seto is on the lookout for fellow survivors and trying to understand why the vast majority of people seem to have disappeared.
There is plenty for the player to discover, and as you explore, you'll discover mementos - which hold memories of their owner - and pieces of art and sketches left by the recently departed.
To aid you in the exploration of the city streets and buildings, the Wiimote can be used as a torch, helping to light your path.
As you can see, the graphics are lovely, and the main character looks as if he's been lifted straight out of Eternal Sonata.
There is no word of a European release, but as Namco have released Eternal Sonata over here, hopes are high that Fragile will eventually see the light of day in the UK.
Images courtesy of Namco/Bandai