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IGN Editor Ryan Clements reviews one of the most beautiful games of its time, Journey. This downloadable PlayStation 3 exclusive is definitely one of the most memorable games we’ve played, but is the gameplay as good as the visuals?

Release Date: March 13, 2012
MSRP: .99
Platforms: PlayStation 3
RP for Rating Pending
Genre: Adventure
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer: thatgamecompany (TGC)

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Journey - Game Review

17 COMMENTS

  1. One of the best games I've ever played, never been so emotionally attached to a complete stranger.

  2. I played this as my wife watched. I expected her to get bored and retreat to her Kindle, but she watched every minute.

  3. Dude i didnt even know the other travelers were real people i thought it was ai, wow that does make this game extra special

  4. When I played this game, I didn't expect much but just another indie game but I was wrong! The first few things I noticed were the art style and the simple controls. Next was the soundtrack + the sudden player join in which confused because I wasn't sure if that was a real person or an in-game character. I don't typically enjoy player drop in co-op because some people are either trolls, annoying on their mics or bad at the game however, I didn't realize that I would end up trusting and caring for the other player, both of the ones that I played with in fact. For two hours, I put so much teamwork and effort to make it to the mountain. It felt so refreshing to play a game that wasn't what a modern game usually is today. 10/10 – Here's to another journey

  5. it being short is by no way a flaw. it has the perfect length it needs and it has been crafted deliberately this way. the experience could and should not be any different than it is.

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