You may feel a little wooden after playing this sort of Pinocchio in reverse game.

It is aimed at the growing kid, and also parents too. You get to follow the tale of one Kutaro, a child stolen by an evil Moon Bear King who turns children into wooden puppets before devouring their heads to boost his wicked power. Nice. You can already tell this came from a Japanese studio can’t you. They love their obscure, and this really is pretty unique, story wise.

Kutaro is the latest victim, but unlike other children he soon discovers that puppets can find new heads in the strangest of places. With the help of a mysterious witch, Kutaro steals the evil king’s magical scissors and then makes his getaway.

Finding his way is another thing and he begins an epic journey to take down the kingdom’s 12 fearsome generals. Eventually, you guessed it, faces a showdown with Mr King.

You will only see this title on the PS3 as you delve deeper in to the strange and fantastic world.

The environment is constantly changing and players can easily enjoy the dark fairytale where surprises lurk around every corner.

That pair of magical scissors comes in handy as Kutaro cuts and crops his way through the adventure.

The unique ability to change your head anytime you choose is handy but lose it and you lose a life. Use your head and discover that you have the ability to change the world.

Audience, lights, sets, music and narration all combine to create a mesmerizing, unique storytelling experience.