Before Journey and Flower, Thatgamcompany released Flow, and it is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita very soon.

Flow originally released on PlayStation 3 in 2007, and much like the developer's follow-up games, it falls into the difficult to define genre of art-experiment video game. In the game, players play as a microscopic organism moving through aquatic 2-dimensional planes absorbing other micro-organisms. It's beautiful and relaxing, and will probably look even nicer on PlayStation 4.

Flow will be available on Tuesday, December 17 for $5.99, and its DLC will be available for $1.99. It will be a Cross-Buy title, which means one purchase will give you access to the PS4 and Vita versions.

[Source: PlayStation blog]

Our Take
It's a little strange to see all of these PSN games receive PlayStation 4 ports, but I am certainly not complaining. The number of PlayStation 4 games are few right now, so anything Sony can do to fill out the library is great. This also gives players who missed these games a chance to check them out for the first time with their new hardware.