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Journey for PS3 is out!

Looks intriguing. How did you hear about it? Is it a sequel to anything?

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Looks very interesting. It is a shame it is not available on PC.

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Looks intriguing. How did you hear about it? Is it a sequel to anything?

Glad you asked!

It is the sequal of sorts, to Flower, a massively popular game for the PS3. Both are low key, 500Mb games that focus on atmosphere, puzzling, and beautiful graphics that take your breath away with their simplicity.

I've been waiting on it purely because I enjoyed flower so much, thought it would never get released then found out 2 days ago that it was released at the weekend, JOY!

I've played it for an hour or two and it is gorgeous, intruiging and fun.

Turns out, it is multiplayer too, so when your lone character is out exploring a vast desert and you come across another person, it's no AI, it's another player, but you have no way to communicate LOL, unless you figure something out.

Just "cool", and value for money, and getting a very high user score on PSN.

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Oh boy.

What a disapointment.

Completed it in around 3 or 4 hours? That's a pretty short game, even at that price point.

You are left feeling, kind of cheated.

All the way though there are hints of a larger puzzle that will eventually come together, mystery icons that don't make any sense at the time you uncover them, but surely they will later, surely.... but NO!

Sorry, I retain my right to change my mind - OVER RATED!

Sadly.

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