Journey was just released on the Playstation 4, but way before that it had an everlasting impact on me.
This article is a little dramatic. I love Journey as well and I agree that there is something amazing about having that silent communications when you get to play with a "cooperatively sound" player, but to have uncontrollable breakdown emotions seems a little out there. I know that games can be just as powerful and artistic as any other media, but realistically I just don't see why you would break down and cry. The beginning of the article stereotypes New York City as a land of prejudice alpha males. That is a little offensive and shows some insecurities.
Well I guess the author of this article is gay and they tend to show more emotions.
I have Journey on the PS3 and I never got past the second area. It just didn't grab my attention back then and I never went back to finish it. When it was released on the PS4 I thought about getting it again but didn't want to shell out another $20. When I went to the PS Store I saw I didn't have to pay for it again I promptly downloaded it and began playing. Now, I'm a tough old bird but when my journey was complete and the credits rolled I will admit that I shed a tear or two. It is an incredible artistic expression of life. The ups and downs. The joys and fears. Lending a helping hand to people you don't know and being helped in return. It was an immensely rewarding experience and well worth a tear or two.
It's a beautiful, and emotionally uplifting game for sure.. -but- can't say it was life-changing, didn't alter my outlook on gaming in any way. Some of these Journey descriptions are way over the top!
I have a question.I bought Journey which came with Flow and flower,so if I have that on my PS3 do I still get the free copy on PS4?
All thrre titles are crossplay so yes.
I would think so. it's easy to tell - put it in your shopping cart and see if you'll be charged anything at checkout.
Oh God, this is cringey. People really get emotional with this game?
Definitely as it's one of the most touching experiences one can have with gaming. Feeling insecure about your own emotions?!
I lost my dog of 14 years of last week and, one day later, Journey released on PS4. Three hours of breaking down in tears while playing through the game, I can honestly say that Journey broke me as well.
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