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- Includes three full games: Journey, Flower, and flOw
- Bonus content includes the original soundtrack for all three games, three exclusive mini-games from thatgamecompany, a 30-minute documentary about Journey, Creator Commentary play-throughs of all three games, exclusive Journey PSN avatars and much more
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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
Top Customer Reviews
It's difficult to put into words what exactly makes Journey so special. As the title implies, it's more of an "experience", and I might even call it a spiritual/digital pilgrimage, as odd as that might sound. I have never before been so captivated while playing a game, so fully immersed, and so interested in what would come next. This accomplishment is even more remarkable when you consider that Journey contains no dialogue (written or spoken), and breaks many of the standard conventions that gaming relies upon.
My recommendation for your first time through is to play it in solitude, in a darkened room, preferably with a good sound system, as the music is phenomenal. On the visual side, an HDTV is a must, and the larger the screen, the better. This is an incredibly immersive experience, and the more you can focus on it, the more you will get out of it. On subsequent playthroughs, it's fun to watch a friend play, and take joy in their reactions to the wonders they experience.
Journey contains an orchestral soundtrack that is breathtaking, and fits the game perfectly. The visuals are equally spellbinding, and they become more and more fantastic as your journey progresses. Photos do no justice to the feelings that Journey's sweeping landscapes will evoke in you.
One of my favorite aspects of Journey is that it can be completed, from start to finish, in a mere two hours.Read more ›
Then some time later, I learned there was such thing as players called "white cloaks". I wanted to see one, so I went again into the game and meandered around online. I met one who was on their journey, and decided to play through the game with them. We had so much fun working together. We had no way to communicate, we just had to use our intuition. We completed the game together, and it was almost a shocking moment for me. This game and it's meaning are so much deeper than one can understand on the first play through. The older you are, the more the meaning of this game will touch you.
After working for a while, I finally found all the hidden symbols in the game, and became a white cloak as well. My red garment turns white when I play, and my scarf regenerates itself, letting me fly for longer periods of time. While the game itself is short, it's got enough content for several play throughs.Read more ›
There have been many defining moments with video games that I've experienced in my life. The joy and wonder of discovering likes of Pac Man and Centipede in the arcade as a five-year-old. As I grew up and video games changed, my horizons opened up with the possibility for adventure in The Legend of Zelda on the NES. Super Mario Brothers, Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Doom and Half Life. Each of these represented major evolutional steps in video games. Exploration, adventure, 3D worlds, immersion, storytelling. I look back fondly on all of those experiences but in doing so realized that as the years have gone by these types of moments came with less frequency and impact. I love games such as Mario Galaxy, Red Dead Redemption and Skyrim. I can appreciate the mind-blowing quality and depth of these games but they don't stack up to the experiences of my youth with, arguably, vastly inferior games.
It only took a short time with Journey to come to the realization that I was experiencing something that I had been missing for many years. Chills ran down my spine. My pulse quickened. I was enthralled. It was not immediate but grew like a wave, building slowly and consistently until the wave broke in a crescendo that was moving and awe-inspiring that left me speechless and teary-eyed. I had not been affected like this in years and perhaps ever.
Journey is an experience that is a privilege to partake in. It evokes a range of emotions from joy and wonder to fear and heartbreak. The visuals are a sight to behold. It is simple, but not simplistic. It will make you ponder life, friendship, love, loss and triumph. Journey deserves to be experienced.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I haven't played this game yet, but the box is pretty. I will review it again after I play it for a while.Published 9 days ago by camping grandma
Boring, I thought it would be moving, but I was moving towards falling asleep. The controls are awful and no way to change them. BlahPublished 14 days ago by Charlie Ecker
This was for my kid, but I found myself watching her play it. It was strangely interesting and I don't know why.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
this game is fantastic, phenomenal, AMAZING! Flower is good for a very occasional play, all in one go, and Flow is DECENT but not my favorite. But Journey.. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
The main game (Journey) is simple, yet epic. The graphics are wonderful. The quest is unique through multiple plays. Read morePublished 18 days ago by C. K. Wallace
When I received this in a second order (crooked mailman apparently), it was worth the wait...gave it to my daughter and found when she opened it (xmas gift) I was given one by... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Gina F.
I don't get it all, but its a fun game. Great for the little ones too.Published 28 days ago by Shirley Turner