Journey – Game Review

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IGN Editor Ryan Clements reviews one of the most beautiful games of its time, Journey. This downloadable PlayStation 3 exclusive is definitely one of the most …

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  1. OH wow. Simply stunning . An emotional journey made more sensational with meeting and working with other players along the way. All without speaking, letting you interact freely, supporting each other through the highs and lows. I love that you don't get to know who you're playing with, until the end credits role. I played through 1 1/2 times last night and loved every moment. I will be going back to try to find all the secrets and obtain the white robe, though I can see that being hard when other players are active, since the feeling is to stick together and help each other, so going off by yourself can seem selfish. Now I have to check out some other games in this genre. So lovely!

  2. Played it today and it truly effected me I started on my own and although I enjoyed the visuals I didn't really get involved until over time I formed a bond with my traveler I met another player in the snow section and we nearly made it to the end together but after we fell off the small cliff the other died (as in left the game) and I was forced to continue to the end by myself and I was choked up by the end it was truly an amazing experience and truly a masterpiece of gaming

  3. Probably the single most overrated game of all time. Waited for the game to finally get enjoyable, then I completely it. Utterly boring.

  4. One of the most overrated games in history, and once you beat it, you really can't start over. Don't get me wrong, it's OK, it's worth playing, but god damn, people act like it's the most amazing thing ever. It looks good, but jesus, it's not "astounding"

  5. I've just got this off eBay the journey collectors edition, never played games like this been watching gameplay and the game looks beautiful wow, can't wait to get it.

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