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Submitted by Vivalajmax 1050d ago | review

RipTen Review: Journey Collector’s Edition (PS3)

Though perhaps not the flashiest developer in Sony’s wheelhouse this generation, thatgamecompany has made a name for itself with simple gameplay designed around engaging, emotional experiences rather than complex mechanics and deep mythology. From Flow to Flower and, most recently, Journey, the developer has delivered three of the PlayStation Network’s more memorable offerings. For fans of the team, Journey Collector’s Edition offers no new major experience but rather serves to encapsulate the history of the developer over the last few years. (flOw, Flower, Journey, PS3) 8.5/10

browland1  +   1050d ago
I sadly have yet to play Journey, so I think I'll be picking up this up.

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