Summary: What an amazing audiovisual experience, what an incredibly talented developer! I suggest these guys should work with icelandic Band Sigur Ros, that would definitely make a great collaboration!
Summary: A Beautiful and enchanting game. I'm a fan of games that are a little different, and knew of Journey and its reputation as I'd played the demo on the PS3. The purchase of the PS4 revamp was well worth my time though.
Summary: If you play games with little to no emotional investment, steer clear of Journey. If you don't play games in 2 hour or less sessions, this game might not be for you. That said, Journey is a game that boils down core concepts and polishes them to make an exquisite experience.
Summary: Playing Journey back in 2012 was one of the most memorable gaming moments I had had that year. I only played it once and that was all I felt I needed to do with it as the title was such a unique storytelling experience that moved me in ways few other titles could.
Summary: I've played this game countless number of times on the PS3. I will play it countless number of times on the PS4. It's rare to find a video game, especially one so short, that can evoke such deep philosophical thoughts about your own existence (no exaggerating). It's not your typical video game.
Summary: I was blown away by Journey. From the blend of platforming mechanics, online cooperative play, level design, incredible and changing art direction, and possibly, best of all, the camera control and fluidity.
Summary: Definitely it's a short game but every minute is completely enjoyable. It's not about story or action, its about simple gameplay and enjoy graphics, sound, music; everything is artistic; it's a JOURNEY in which you can also meet online players randomly, i tought they were IA (PC).
Summary: I've been wanting to play Journey for a long time. This game has an almost legendary reputation; like Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, Final Fantasy VII, and Mass Effect it has become a benchmark of our culture as gamers.