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Submitted by lightwarrior179 592d ago | opinion piece

Journey – The Beauty of Simplicity

When I first thought of reviewing the most talked about game of the year, I thought, hmmm, let’s try to find the loopholes in the gameplay or in the story. First bite, then rub. But the game bit me, in the eye. And for a sane guy with insane dreams, I was left with a teardrop in my eye by the time Journey ended. Yes. That 550+ Mb game made me emotional, made me savour every moment I was in it. If you plan to only beat the game and rave about it, it will take you merely 90 minutes. Here’s why thatgamecompany’s Journey is so emotionally and beautifully different than the rest. (Journey, PS3)

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