El33tonline writes: "The latest episode of the PlayStation Blogcast contained some good news for people who complained when Journey launched on the PlayStation Store two months ago with no trial or demo."
Pretty sure I already played a Journey demo off the US PS store months ago. ... checked my downloads.. guess not. I know I played a Journey demo, don't remember where though. Good to see Spec Ops: The Line and Arkham City demos added recently though. Hopefully Spec Ops: The Line impresses.. 1396MB til I find out.
You probably played the BETA, as a lot of PS-plus-members did months before the game was released. I really enjoyed the Spec Ops Demo. Gameplay is fluid and graphics are nice. Nolan North as a voice is a plus. If the reviews attest a decent story and length I will most certainly buy it.
Take a risk, be like me (homeless)...just buy the game, don't waste your time with the demo; it's incredible! Like the name implies, it's about the journey, which happens to be beautiful and weirdly emotional. Seriously though, great news there's a demo for the masses.
Now there's no reason not to buy the game
PSN title being game of the year??? EPIC GAME!! Whats sad is I'll probably download the Demo even-though I have the game <_____>
Didnt want to wait, went and bought it. Dont regret it all, this game is beautiful!
It's about time. I wish it came out when the game came out so I could see what the hype is all about. If I like the demo then I'll buy it.
The thing is, that a demo for this game is counterproductive. Playing only the first level or so would be extremely boring and confusing. The real enjoyment of Journey comes from the adventure as a single whole. I don't think anyone would really "like" the demo for a game like this. I wouldn't like it if I just played the first level.
I bought the game and it is short but sweeeet. Loved the atmosphere and the art style and the graphics.
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