I thought Journey was a game.
After beating it in less than 2 hours I realized that there's no gameplay involved whatsoever. The only thing you do is push forward on the left stick.
Don't get me wrong, it is an interesting/different experience, but definetely not a game. More like "interactive art".
It seems to me that Journey is a reflexion of the meaning of life; explained withouth words. I don't know what to think about it. I played because people said it was easily GOTY material, but honestly I would have regreted paying $15 for this. Thanks, Gamefly.
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