Summary: All three of these games are lovely and great fun to play. However, the PS3 does not like them. They cannot be played straight off the disc; you have to install them first, but even after installing them, you still have to have the disc in the system to play. Great games, but I wish I had bought them from the PS store rather than on disc.
Summary: Beautiful graphics and fun gameplay. Very addictive! I noticed a big glitch, though; occasionally it took several takes to get it to register a word entered. What words the game accepted and didn't accept was random and puzzling, as well.
Summary: Atmospheric, relaxing, brilliant music. However just far too short; why? Even the online version takes about half an hour to complete, there simply isn't enough to explore to make it any longer, and I've tried. Could be superb if developed further but if they're asking you to fork out £30 odd on a sequel they should make it better value for money.
Summary: In my opinion some previous viewers exaggerated positively about the game.Emotional? If you depressed...It can help; or if you were in "journey" like this in your life. Its short,so be aware,you can finish the game in an hour! Its not fantastic,its medium good. But ,to give some credit,the animation is fab.Good game for 10 year old.Music,very peaceful...
Summary: It is very artsy, I'll give it that. But is it a traditional game? No. It is actually kind of boring and was disappointed that I beat it first time I picked up a controller and pressed power. To each his own, this should not be in the same league as other highly rated AAA games.