Sony’s been very accommodating with PC releases of late, licensing out so-called “second party” titles like Heavy Rain and Flower to different publishers in order to get them on non-PlayStation storefronts. Journey is the latest legendary PlayStation exclusive to, well, effectively lose its exclusivity – with a 6th June...
A new Journey
Legendary adventure game Journey is coming to the PC via the newly launched Epic Games Store, per publisher Annapurna Interactive. The iconic thatgamecompany experience is owned by PlayStation, but it seems the platform holder has allowed it to be released elsewhere, which is great for people who haven’t played it yet.
We're going on a Journey
Whether you like Journey or not, there's no denying that the game and its spiritual atmosphere has had a big impact on many a player. thatgamecompany's wildly successful PlayStation 3 title made a huge splash when it originally launched in 2012, and since then, its PlayStation 4 re-release has managed to inspire all over...
Straight to the top
Journey's physical collector's edition is out now on the PlayStation 4, and the title's got a lovely launch trailer to celebrate. Boasting an emotional score and plenty of gameplay, it's a thoughtful representation of thatgamecompany's masterpiece, which is packaged alongside the wonderful Flower and flOw. Of course, if the...
Chirp like you mean it
If you're yet to wrap yourself in some lovely robes and head out into the desert, you may well be interested in Journey: Collector's Edition, which is releasing next month on the 2nd October. Much like the PlayStation 3 version, the upcoming PlayStation 4 re-release will include Journey, Flower, and flOw. thatgamecompany's...
Journey is as magical today as it was when it first released on the PlayStation 3 back in 2012. thatgamecompany's masterpiece is a thought provoking, emotional experience that everyone should try at least once, and now that it's on the PlayStation 4, complete with cross-buy support and enhanced visuals, there's never been a better...
With hopes of starting over
Republished on Tuesday, 21st July 2015: We're bringing this soapbox back from the archives to celebrate Journey's release on the PS4 this week. The original text follows. Originally published on Thursday, 14th August 2014: I understand where Polygon scribe Colin Campbell is coming from when he says that he won't be...
Coming to cross-buy users, too
The PlayStation Store's got quite a few decent PlayStation 4 themes knocking around, but this static Journey background's bound to look rather good. Sony Santa Monica Studio announced on Twitter that you'll be able to nab the theme by pre-ordering the sensual adventure on PS4. The new-gen port releases on the 21st...
Cue chirping noises
As per yesterday's leak, Journey is finally coming to PlayStation 4 this month. The indie masterpiece has received a confirmed 21st July release date, along with a brand new trailer. We're sure the best part for many of you, though, will be that the new-gen port will be cross-buy compatible, meaning that if you bought the game...
Get the soundtrack on
It's no secret that the Push Square gang are massive fans of Journey - the band as well as the game, in some cases - but Sony's left us a bit baffled by being seemingly unable to put a date on the PlayStation 4 port of the indie masterpiece. That sounds like it's going to change in the very near future, though. According to...
No, not that Journey
You're not a true hipster until you have a sizeable vinyl collection – preferably spanning indie hits such as thatgamecompany's outstanding Journey. It's a good thing for your coffee shop street cred, then, that iam8bit has teamed up with Sony to create this stunning double LP set for Austin Wintory's soaring score. The...
Out in the sun
We suppose that it's about time we heard something regarding Journey's long-awaited arrival on PlayStation 4. thatgamecompany's superb PlayStation 3 adventure still has some of us captivated even today, so news that it'll actually be available both digitally and physically on Sony's newest home console is a pleasant surprise. The...
Sing if you're winning
One game that was conspicuous in its absence before Christmas last year was Journey. Sony officially announced the PlayStation 4 port at GamesCom in August, which put an end to a series of hushed chirps regarding the re-release. However, while its contemporary The Unfinished Swan came and went in late October, there was no...
Start a new journey
Journey, arguably the greatest digital download of the PlayStation 3 era, will grace its presence on the PlayStation 4, platform holder Sony has announced. The reveal was leaked earlier in the month, but that doesn’t make it any less exciting. Unsurprisingly, the title will run in 1080p on the next-gen platform, which is sure...
Yes, you read that right
Assuming that Sony hasn’t just let a hearty halibut leak out of its typically tight fish tank, then the company looks set to have an incredible showing at GamesCom 2014 next month. As part of a nonchalant lineup list which has appeared on its official convention landing page, the company appears to have confirmed that...
PlayStation Plus members have been skidding through the sand in thatgamecompany's Journey for a week already, but now it's time for everybody to set off on their own adventure. Lucky North Americans got the game yesterday for the tidy sum of $14.99, while European travellers can pick it up for £9.99 as of today. Thatgamecompany's third...
Lest we forget that beyond the big names such as BioShock: Infinite and The Last Of Us, there's one very promising game coming exclusively to the PlayStation Network this Spring; thatgamecompany's beautiful flower narrowly missed out on our game of the year award in 2009, and we wouldn't bet against the indie outfit's latest, Journey, from being a similar contender in 2012
In a brand new interview with co-founder Kellee Santiago and composer Austin Wintory, USA Today has debuted...
thatgamecompany's three game relationship with Sony is set to end soon
The arthouse developer has already produced flow and flower for the PS3, and will conclude its contract with the upcoming Journey. While thatgamecompany is not talking about its future yet, the developer has revealed its interest in Sony's upcoming PS Vita — and more specifically that it could definitely see its back catalogue..
There are no hard rules to thatgamecompany's Journey
But in an interview with The Guardian, producer Robin Hunicke has explained that the developer designed the world in a way that would encourage player connection. One of the things we talked about early in the project was this idea of creating a connection between players in an environment where...
The writing's been on the wall for a while
Journey's not coming out this year. Developer thatgamecompany was never specific about a date, but did confirm that it was aiming for a 2011 release date. The indie studio's silence has been telling over the last couple of months though, and it's true what they say: you can't rush brilliance. So with the game's beta out of the way, Journey has one long..
If you're yet to see thatgamecompany's third PlayStation Network exclusive, Journey, in action, then we recommend you drop everything and hit the jump
It's difficult to use words to describe this game, and that's not us (nor the developer) being pretentious, that's just a fact. Watch the new footage after the jump.
Before you take a cartwheel into the road outside your house, let's make one point absolutely clear: Sony Santa Monica works as a micro-publisher within SCEA
It supports smaller developers getting to grips with the PlayStation hardware, and has an input in second-party development. In short: while Sony Santa Monica might have eight games at E3, not all of them will be developed by the God Of War..
There's an interview hidden in this pre-E3 GameTrailers reveal of thatgamecompany's Journey
We're struggling to focus on Jenova Chen's words though, because the gameplay footage that's been wrapped around it is just straight-up stunning. Persevere and you'll pick up on Chen talking about the Journey's concept and multiplayer functions. While the...
Say what you will about PlayStation, Sony or SCE; there's one area the company has always excelled, and that's in the creation of unique, moving and interesting pieces of interactive entertainment
In 2009 there was flower, a title that missed out on our game of the year accolade by mere inches. In early 2010 there was Heavy Rain, a game so...
thatgamecompany's flower made us feel empowered like no other game
There's a moment, nearing the end of the game's relatively short campaign, where you guide your team of petals up an angled high-way. That moment is unlike any other we've ever experienced in a video game - there's a sensation of pure, unbridled freedom. It touches on pretense, but...
Journey is pretty much everything you've come to expect from thatgamecompany, the folks who brought you flower
Despite the somewhat covert announcement (c'mon Sony, this should have been mentioned in your press conference), Journey promises "simple gameplay and accessible controls." Naturally it looks super pretty to boot. We're getting an ICO-esque vibe. Interestingly, Journey is an..
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