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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 911d ago | article

It Took A Complete Stranger To Make Me Fall In Love With Journey

Kotaku: I didn't really know what I was getting myself into.

I'd heard about Journey's innovative multiplayer feature, of course; it was impossible to follow video game news in 2012 without reading about how your Journey journey can be peppered with silent, anonymous companions who are pursuing the same quest as you. You can't talk to them, but you can see them, jump with them, and share an adventure together.

I also read—and ignored—Kirk's tip for starting Journey. Thank god. (Journey, PS3)

dariux32  +   911d ago
Yes Journey is all about experience and connections among one person with another. When you feeling friendship to unknown stranger and thankful for his presence till the end no mater what happens.
Hicken  +   911d ago
An actual good article from Kotaku. Not some ridiculous take on something loosely gaming-related, not some trollish twist or spin on a game or a console.

Not voting em up, but not voting em down, this time.

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