People may be complaining about the lack of innovation at E3 this year, but I feel like that's because Sony only mentioned their upcoming indie PSN games in the vaguest possible way. It was just a quick montage of logos and clips that said nothing about the games. And knowing that they're from developers like Twisted Pixel and the like, you know they're probably worth investigating.
Not that there's much to know so far about The Unfinished Swan, being developed by Giant Sparrow. You play as 10-year-old Monroe as he chases after a swan that has sprung to life from one of his mother's unfinished paintings. You will journey into a surreal unfinished landscape where you must throw paint to reveal the world around you in the stark whiteness.
I don't care if we have to rely on indie studios to provide the innovation in gaming, because when you get stuff like this, it doesn't matter where it comes from. The Unfinished Swan looks clever and utterly stunning visually, so I'm definitely going to be keeping an eye on it when it releases exclusively on the PlayStation Network sometime this year. I just hope you don't actually need to use the Move controller to play, because while that's obviously the best way to be flinging paint at your TV, I don't actually own one!