These games are garbage. They are incredibly boring, and I didn't even know the controls or purpose to 4 of them.
Journey - you walk around waiting for something to happen in the desert. It doesn't. Congratulations, you beat the game.
Flower - the only game with any semblance of gameplay. You play as flower pedals guided by the wind. More fun than it sounds, but the appeal dies out after 20 minutes or so.
Flow - what the lleh is this? I played this for a half hour and still had no idea what I was doing or how you win.
The three other games I forgot the names to - Boring, forgetable. Great for provoking suicidal ideations.
All in all, I would rather be impaled by a dull rusty pike than play this garbage ever again. The other reviews talk about how this is "relaxing" and a fresh concept in gaming. If you want to relax, sit outside on a sunny day, you will enjoy that 50 times more. As far as how fresh and creative these games are, I don't understand what is creative about it. Each game is literally one idea that is stretched out to make a game. Every level is the same, graphics are boring and uninspired. I gained no enjoyment from this game. If anything, my hatred and disdain prompted me to communicate this with anyone who may glance upon this heap of garbage.
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This isn't a game disc, guys! There's no games on this disk, it's all commentary and behind the scenes; you have to DOWNLOAD the games from the store in order to play them! You still have to PAY in order to play the games! I am unable to download anything from online, so this ended up completely USELESS! AVOID AT ALL COSTS (unless you actually have one of these games, then you might find something nice about it)!
posted by bowsmasher (SPRING HILL, FL) Nov 17, 2013
Member since Aug 2011
I don't have the lexicon too express nor explain, the immensely complex-simplicity of this game.
It makes you feel closer to nature, closer to yourself. You del deep emotions rarely experienced through typical Blood, Guts, Gore, Bullet's and carnage as is usually the focal point of most games...sadly. This game takes a great risk...Spoiler... it succeeds.
The only dull spot on this impressive collection. Game play is simple and graphics detailed/unique. Playing as an ameba, eat other amebas, get larger, dive deeper. Unfortunately, Flow doesn't manage to spring the invigorating emotions it's neighbors bring to the screen. It's simple, if you like the game, you may keep playing. But, if you think it redundant, as i did. You will give up on it without going any deeper.