Summary: First off, keep in mind this game REQUIRES an internet connection to play. The games and extras (collectors edition) MUST be downloaded from the playstore as they are not included on the disc itself. You will not be required to pay anything more to download the games and extras after you purchase this disc (with the exception of your regular internet service of course), but they have to be downloaded. Once downloaded you can play on or offline.
Summary: This is definitely a great game. I was tearing up a little by the end of it. It was a little over-hyped to me unfortunately, because Reddit told me it was the greatest game ever made and I have to disagree. Regardless, this collection is great for people who want a sweet, simple stories with only 3 or 4 hours of commitment, as opposed to 60+ for most games these days.
Summary: I bought this because I was looking for something that was not really a "game". Based on previous reviews, my expectations were high indeed. After playing it though, I'll agree with other reviewers..."Buy it on sale". It's not that it's bad, it just fills a different niche. Some players will love it and others will be bored quickly.
Summary: FLOW: 3.5 out of 5 The wonderful thing about every game on this disc is the ability to find yourself lost within them. Reality is always subdued by these titles; whether due to their soundtracks meeting simplicity or just the complete interruption from anything you've done in other games before. Flow is no exception. But it is the weakest of the three games. I won't spoil the game for you.
Summary: Let me start off by saying the following: I did not enjoy this collection. At all. Why am I giving it four stars instead of one? Because I feel that this is not so much a collection of video games as it is a collection of interactive art, and art is something that is subjective to each individual. I didn't like it. But a lot of people do. Maybe you will too. It would be incorrect to say that the themes and emotions conveyed by this collection of art is juvenile.
Summary: It's cool, very cool, for someone like me who does not play video games. Some long and frustrating moments but still visually striking and aesthetically satisfying, good for kids, simple controls,