Oh wow, it's beautiful! I loved flower, I plan on getting flOw soon and I'm ready to take on this Journey. ThatGameCompany just seems to make games that other developers wouldn't dare try in todays market full of action heavy games and I love them for that.
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- Jul 16, 2011
Jane Douglas talks us through the beautiful and mysterious sandy landscape of Journey.
Oringal. Beautiful. and very interesting. I think I may get me a ps3. I hope they have night time sequences. Seeing the stars and moon in the desert would be very cool
This looks like an excellent game striving to do something a little different than we as gamers are used to. Looking forward to this one.
As a blood n guts old school gamer, I ended up greatly enjoying Flower. Really looking forward to this too. Something about the isolation...just draws me in, just like Ico and SOTC did. Amazing games out there, and this one looks to join them. Can't go butchering the undead, through countless dungeons, without getting a breather from time to time.
So far I'm really liking how the game is. I also like the idea of communicing through music note ... like talking to a stranger in a foreign country.
OH MY GOD, that is just so cool, pretty and smart. So original and though out to give you an experience that changes you a little.
This game is shaping up to be pretty sweet, as both of their other games have been thus far. I'll most likely be getting this, but the no communication thing is a very silly decision. I understand what they are trying to do, but really all it's going to do is hurt sales of the game. Why would I tell my friends to get this game? it's not like we can easily locate each other and talk while playing. Some may even wonder why there is multiplayer if the game's communication is gimped. If any of my friends do end up getting the game, it will most likely end with us running Vent on a computer while playing the game. For those that want communication, they will find a way, but you will piss them off by forcing them to find alternate methods. If they end up making it random player pairings so you can't even choose to play silently with your friends I won't get this game even though I'm sure I'd have a blast playing it alone. Why force someone to experience something? Would it not be better to have an option to disable communication so you can choose how you want to experience the game and potentially have much more fun.
Who needs big budget games when you can play such unique and creative titles at super affordable prices.ThatGameCompany should change their name to ThatMustBuyGameCompany :P