Murasaki Baby made the top 5 most talked about games of gamescom in the Guardian.
Muraski Baby is an upcoming side-scrolling game developed by Ovosonico exclusively for the PlayStation Vita. The game is directed by Massimo Guarini  who previously worked on the games Killer7, No More Heroes (video game), Shadows of the Damned.
The main character is known as Baby. The game world is a world populated by children’s fantasies and fears. Using the Vita touch pad, a player must guide Baby through the childlike world.
Featured during Sony's pre-Gamescom press release, this highly stylised 2D adventure gets the player to guide a toddler through a nightmarish fantasy world, using the touch pad to hold her hand as she explores. The trailer shows the girl wandering about with a balloon in her hand, shrinking away in terror from monsters, and the player's role is to teach her what is safe and what is not – and also to retrieve her balloon when she accidentally releases it. Developed by Italian studio Ovosonico, formed by Massimo Guarini, an ex-director of Grasshopper Manufacture, this one really stood out among Sony's cavalcade of indie announcements; it has has hardened journalists wistfully recalling the Ico hand-holding mechanic. More games should have hand holding.