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Journey Collector's Edition - PlayStation 3
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- Platform: PlayStation 3
- ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
- Media: Video Game
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The indie game developer, thatgamecompany, has created immersive games that deliver stunningly vibrant visuals, a totally Zen gameplay experience and a completely unique feel. As you glide through the underwater world or soar through fields of flowers, you'll notice yourself relaxing into a mentally challenging, yet emotionally calming frame-of-mind with the help of amazing soundtracks to ease you even further. This Collector's Edition brings you Journey, Flower and flOw in one package, full of peaceful gameplay and exciting extras.
Created by the acclaimed indie game developer, thatgamecompany, this series of games has transcended the label of video game and become a true entertainment experience. With additional content, such as a 30-minute documentary on the making of Journey and Creator's Commentary play-throughs of all three games, you'll be able to learn the ins and outs of the award-winning games included in this Collector's Edition. Whether you're exploring the vibrant landscape of Journey, tilting your controller to fly through the picturesque world of Flower or discovering the wonder of the underwater world in flOw, you will embark on a journey of the mind every time you pick up the controller.
- For 1 player offline; for 1 to 2 players online
Collector's Edition includes Journey, Flower and flOw, game soundtracks, dynamic themes and avatars
- Immerse yourself in the stunning visual landscapes of Journey for a unique and emotional, family-friendly gaming experience
- Fly and soar through the picturesque world of Flower by tilting your controller and enjoy the Zen atmosphere
- Discover the wonder of the underwater world as one of five unique organisms, no matter what your skill level is thanks to the dynamic difficulty adjustment feature
- Enjoy never-before-seen mini games brought to you by the indie game developer, thatgamecompany
- Watch a 30-minute documentary on the making of Journey
- Learn the ins and outs of each game with the Creator's Commentary play-throughs
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Here's the bonuses that the game includes, aside from the 3 games (flOW, Flower and Journey)
*Thirty-minute behind-the-scenes documentary about the making of Journey
*Creator Commentary playthroughs of all three games
*Three exclusive mini-games from thatgamecompany
*Concept art and screenshot galleries for all three games
*Original soundtracks for all three games
*PS3 dynamic themes and wallpapers
*PSN avatars including eight exclusive new Journey avatars never released before
*Official game trailers and developer diary videos
*Reversible cover art
flOw is great, though their 'worst' game. That's not saying much, because it's still a good game. The tilt controls can get a bit wonky at times though. Once you get used to it though, you're good to go. You basically play as an organism, going through it's evolutionary process. It sounds weird, and it is a bit. You eat other organisms and grow. That's about all there is to it, going through 'layers' (sortof levels) until you unlock a new 'class' of organism to play through it's life.
The art design is incredible, the game has a screenshot feature for a reason.
Flower, my favorite of the 3. You play as a pedal in the wind, gathering more pedals from flowers. You fly around using tilt, hitting any button to speed up. You hit a flower and a musical queue is played along with the INCREDIBLE music. It blends so well. When you bloom a flower, you gain another pedal.
As you bloom more and more flowers, the world becomes beautiful again.Read more ›
It would be incorrect to say that the themes and emotions conveyed by this collection of art is juvenile. They are positive themes. They try to make you feel better about the world and your place in it. I've been playing video games since Pong and have seen enough winters to have been thoroughly crushed by the weight of the world and, as such, I find the themes and emotions conveyed by this collection to be... juvenile. But its not correct to call them so.
If you have been around as long as I have, you probably like complaining a lot. If you buy this collection and don't like it then you have one more thing to complain about. I've found that a lot more people are willing to listen to me complain about art than are willing to listen to me complain about video games. Its a win win situation.
In closing, I did not enjoy this collection. But a lot of people do. Maybe you will too.
It is really hard to tell the genre of this game. It is unlike any video game I ever played. I like to call it spiritual adventure. The game involves the player in a journey from a desert to a mountain summit filled with light and ends with the player walking into the void, followed by a cutscene of a sparkling shooting star retracing the journey and returning to the very same spot where the journey begins. The story strongly hints at the endless cycles of birth, death, and rebirth in eastern religions.
The game is also fun. The player assumes the role of a cloaked figure with a magical scarf as she walks, runs, slides, and flies through various environments. The scarf is charged with magic every time she touches a cloth creature or the ground (in white cloak only) and the magic runs down as she flies. As she discovers glowing symbols along the way, the length of the scarf grows and hence enables her to stay airborne longer. In the final ascent to the summit, the player is challenged to stay airborne all the way by hitting the waving seaweed-like and jellyfish-like cloth creatures and the magical waterfalls.
The multi-player mode can't be simpler. The player meets other players on the way and travels together. There is no competition. Players can choose to help each other by showing the way and the locations of glowing symbols and glyph sites, or by re-charging the magical scarf by touching or shouting at each other, or they can choose to ignore each other, just like real life. There is no spoken language in the game. Players communicate with each other and other cloth creatures with shouts and chirps of musical notes.Read more ›
I purchased the Collector's Edition because it came with soundtracks for Journey and Flower. A lot of good things have been said about Journey, and for me, they all ring so true. I've actually bought the game twice (two different systems), and am still playing to this day.
It's not particularly difficult or challenging, but can be enjoyed by casual and experienced gamers. Journey is an experience, and intensely emotionally satisfying. Do your sense of wonder a favour and play this game.
Most recent customer reviews
Amazing game at a decent price. On playstation network the online download is almost the same price as on amazon and you get 2 additional game in this package.Published 17 days ago by Kevin Lee
Pros - Arrived on time. Accurate cover. 3-in-1. Fun. Beautiful.
Cons - None.
game play interessant, mais le temps de vie est trop coursPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great value for money, a fantastic trio of soothing casual games.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Short and simple game that can be finished in a few hours. It has beautiful music and nice visuals but it's not exactly what I expected. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Leafy Seadragon