Everything about this game was great. The only con I can think of was that it was a bit short. Not too short, as I feel that the length they chose to make the game was pretty good too. Just wish I coulda had more time to play around in each area (given more puzzles and stuff)
is probably one of the best games made for the Ps3 and would love to see some DLC but its a long shot WARNING it is NOT for everyone so many will hate it so its for those with patience and imagination.
This game is great if you're burned out on shooters, racers, or RPGs, etc. Journey may seem like a "zen" or relaxing title, but it actually made me nervous on more than one occasion. There's a sense of isolation and especially in the underground level, a bit of scariness.
This is a co-op game without all the usual bartering and switch pressing junk like in RE6 and Dead Space 3. You don't have to worry about sending PSN messages to get through. It's pretty much visual. The story is sort of like ICO and Shadow of the Colossus, where nothing's stated definitely and it's up to your imagination.
It's great to feel that first time you see another co-op player in the distance and you make the little music notes to communicate. I went through three different partners in my first playthrough. I remember the sense of loneliness when my first one disappeared and I looked around to find no one. You will often lose a partner only to find a new one minutes later.
You don't see any PSN names until the end of the credits and they won't show up on your "Players Met" list unless you finish. So you could send a "thanks" note or something to them afterwards.
The graphics are simple and gorgeous. When the sun hits the sand, it looks like a sparkling red sea. The music and sound effects are also deceptively simple. During the flight up the mountain, the music is amazing and may bring a tear to your eye.
The trophies are fairly easy to get, though some of the collectibles are really hidden well and may require a guide for a second playthrough. Some take a bit of grinding or multiple journeys, like meeting 10 partners.
There's a bunch of game installers on the disc, like Flower and Flow, which are also pretty good. There are also some indie games on there if you're interested.
The only caveat is that it's very short. I finished my first game in 90 minutes, but it doesn't wear out its welcome and it's very replayable.