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Song of the Deep Collector's Edition by GameTrust




  • Mild Fantasy Violence
Song of the Deep Collector's Edition is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
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  • Platform: PC
  • Publisher: GameTrust
  • Developer: Insomniac Games
  • Category: Action


Song of the Deep - Into the Pixel Winner

Congratulations to Song of the Deep for being selected by the ESA and AIAS as an official winner for the Into the Pixel Collection 2016. Into the Pixel features art from video games that push the boundaries of convention, and this year Song of the Deep is being honored alongside games like The Witcher 3, Dishonored 2, and No Man's Sky. Pre-order Song of the Deep now, and experience all of the beauty and adventure for yourself when the game releases on July 12th.

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Special Edition

Song of the Deep Collector's Edition

  • Song of the Deep Collector's Edition Includes:
  • Song of the Deep Game
  • Special Edition Version of the Book
  • Voucher for the Soundtrack of the Game
  • Stickers
  • Collectible Steelbook

Product Details:

Story Overview

Merryn waits all night for her father to return from his fishing voyage. He never does. After a vivid dream showing her father trapped under the sea, Merryn is determined to save him. This unlikely heroine builds a small submarine from spare parts and sets off to rescue him. Along the way, she'll make friends, discover lost civilizations and ruins, and upgrade her submarine to explore even deeper. The terrain and monsters of the deep are daunting, but Merryn's courage, intelligence, and love for her father will help her overcome adversity.


Song of the Deep's atmosphere of loneliness and wonder is brought forth emotionally through its music.

Gorgeous underwater world

Set in a gorgeous underwater world, players take on the role of Merryn in her quest to find her father. With a rickety submarine, Merryn will explore the vast ocean depths in this side-scrolling Metroidvania-style adventure game. Song of the Deep delivers unique gameplay in a tale of love, heartbreak, and triumph.

Explore a fantastic non-linear interactive underwater world, from ruins to boneyards to gardens. Every corner of the ocean offers a new surprise.

Upgrade your submarine with new abilities to access new areas of the sea, and combine your abilities in surprising ways like catching a torpedo with your claw arm.

  • Outwit, outmaneuver, and battle creatures along the way, from lantern jellies to giant bosses.
  • Experience an unforgettable journey: A powerful tale about a daughter defying impossible odds to search for her father.

Character Overviews


Defined by courage, resilience and intelligence. She is alone and vulnerable in a very dangerous world, but she will not give up. She knows she is up against seemingly impossible obstacles but she believes in her ability to somehow find a way through. In the game, players will not actually hear Merryn speak her dialogue.

Free Diving

After the first 1/4 of the game Merryn finds the Diving Suit, allowing her to free dive outside the submarine. Free diving allows her to explore small caves, interact using her coral knife, and interact with sea creatures using calls of the deep.


Outside the submarine Merryn is still controlled using the left analogue stick. She can move and rotate at any angle, allowing her to navigate narrow passages. The player can actively tap the swim button to have her move faster through the environment, giving her a more physical swimming motion than the submarine.

Merryn's Submarine

Cobbled together but highly functional. It is far from state-of-the art. Yet it can be equipped with powerful light beams, boosters, sonar, magnetic tracking, grapplers and more. The sub cannot move quickly on its own, but instead must rely on ocean currents, jet streams to do so, or special upgrades. It is highly maneuverable though. It cannot operate without Merryn's guidance. In terms of firepower, it is not equipped with missiles or guns at the beginning of Merryn's adventure. It primarily uses its gadgets to defeat enemies or solve puzzles.

Much of Song of the Deep is spent piloting Merryn's submarine through open waters and dangerous caverns. Along the way you'll acquire new attachments to unlock new abilities and be able to upgrade the submarine and its attachments to take on greater and greater challenges.


Glow Kelp Forest

Large kelp forests grow in the rocky intertidal regions of the Singing Sea. From the surface they appear perfectly natural but below the waves the bulbs of this bull kelp glow with unnaturally inviting hues. The bulbs of the glow kelp often lay dark and dormant until movement nearby agitates into glowing, often triggering a whole forest to light up at once. Many island folktales of ghost ships and merfolk living in lost wrecks may have come from this phenomenon.

Merrow Ruins

These great stone structures caved into the sea centuries ago and have since been covered and forgotten. They were built by the Merrow to worship the ancient Formori ruins, which they thought were remnants of the gods. This network of temples was built around sacred Formori artifacts and culminates in a ring of huge stone slabs.

Forbidden City

The final resting place of the golden Formori city lies deep in a cavern beneath the surface. Most of the golden city is cracked or toppled, but one spire still stands whole. Many strange devices whir and run, offering haunting lights reflecting off of golden architecture. Inside the remaining spires, golden halls offer more strange contraptions and wondrous halls now flooded and silent.


A leftover experiment of the Formori to examine the strange ecosystems that bloom around the undersea vents. Over the centuries bamboo and other terrestrial plants have changed and flourished despite being underwater. What strange properties do these vents hold? and what other creatures have been evolved in the vents smoke?

Garden Halls

A large part of the Forbidden city of the Formori was buried when the Gadir Island volcano exploded. Some of the great golden halls, cracked open and laid bare to the elements, have become flourishing ecosystems. In these spaces kelp and coral thrive off of the golden glinting walls of royal halls. Formori tapestries and stelles are covered by seagrass and barnacles, hiding ancient histories.

Bone Vaults

At the height of the Formori empire they had a massive hunting fleet and would pull in great leviathans from far and deep. After they processed a large kill they tossed the carcasses into the abyss to be forgotten. The bone vaults are a maze of large and small remains, white and sterile, picked clean by strange sunless creatures. What else could the Formori have thrown into these vaults to be forgotten in the darkness?

And many more...


Minimum Requirements:

Requires Steam Client to Install and Play

    Important Information:

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    Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you love exploration games, you'll love this. I had to get this review out there right now. I've been following this game ever since I heard of it (that was pretty late because I don't really follow Insomniac's activities). And I'll most likely finish this review properly when I finish the game itself, but I'll tell you how I feel about it, and what you'll be 'diving' into. Once you open up the game, you're greeted with a beautiful piece of the game's amazing musical score, and that's pretty much telling you that there's MUCH more where that came from. And, from the main screen, you can take a look at it's options for controls and all that (my only complaint so far is that my Steam Controller won't work with the game at all, which broke the excitement just a teeny bit, but again, when you follow a game for [what feels like] so long, you just don't care, and will do anything). It WILL play with Xbox 360 controllers, as there's even a diagram of one [actually an Xbox One controller but whatevs]. Anyway, the controls are pretty minimalistic. Movement is attained by holding 'W' and moving your mouse around. Movement IS a little slow — kind of like you're on skates and you can't quite make the sharpest of turns — but I'm sure it's like that to ensure the player concentrates more on what they're doing while keeing an eye on everything around them. And you most likely will, too: the environment in which you're exploring are sunk deep into the background and layered over often multiple times to ABSOLUTELY ENSURE TOTAL IMMERSION. And I'll also more that the graphics are very impressive for what you may see in screensots. They kind of resemble the end result of what Five Nights at Freddy's looks like; with the clever trick the developers must have used to make 2D appear as 3D, because the submarine you control, and a few other things, have a ton of dimensions. There are PLENTY of things to backtrack for, including the game's currency, little snippets of upgrades for your submarine, like little bits of permanent health upgrades at a time. And permanent tools, too, like lights for your submarine, and a propeller for speed boosts. And the game obviously has money in it for a reason—upgrades. Upgrade your propeller, general features of your submarine, and probably much more that I haven't even seen yet. If you're a collector of stuff and things, there IS a collector's edition of this game available through retail, though I think it's exclusive through Gamestop [they're really not as bad as you think. They've changed. Anyway, it comes with a Steelbook case and a digital voucher for the game's astonishing soundtrack (most special/collector's editions come with those two things), a physical book that [I'm guessing] is a synopsis of the game's story, but also an entirely new story in itself. Though if it is in fact the same; you find out, then you can say I was wrong x3 It also has a three cool stickers, because us adults love plastering our stuff with stickers. I wouldn't mind for this game tho. And the Collector's Edition is only double the price than here, but you get so much cool stuff! Then again, if you don't necessarily care for all that niceness, then that's your decision and I totally respect you for it. But... A BOOK! OMG SO COOL!! The game is only 3GBs worth of playtime. I'm no expert, but I'd say...a straight playthrough with no looking for secret stuff would be about...6 hours? And $15 [$30 for the Collector's edition] for that kind of time isn't too appealing; I'll agree, but this game will be an experience; I can already feel it, and I've only just started!
    Date published: 2016-10-14
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from wont load not sure about it haven't been able to active it. have active code but it let me enter it. don't no want else to do
    Date published: 2016-08-07
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