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Journey Collectors Edition

Journey Collectors Edition on PlayStation 3

Includes three full games: Journey, Flower, and flow. Bonus content includes the original soundtrack for all three games, three exclusive mini-games from thatgamecompany, a 30-minute

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Journey Collectors Edition gets 4.5 out of 5 based on 17 ratings

Journey Collectors Edition

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Includes three full games: Journey, Flower, and flow. Bonus content includes the original soundtrack for all three games, three exclusive mini-games from thatgamecompany, a 30-minute documentary about Journey, Creator Commentary play-throughs of all three games, exclusive Journey PSN avatars and much more.

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  • The Journey Collector's Edition features all three best selling games from acclaimed indie developer thatgamecompany Journey Flower and Flow for one low price. The collection also includes a wealth of exclusive bonus con.......from Gameseek
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  • Includes three full games: Journey, Flower, and flow. Bonus content includes the original soundtrack for all three games, three exclusive mini-games from thatgamecompany, a 30-minute documentary about Journey, Creator Commentary play-throughs of all three games, exclusive Journey PSN avatars and much more. ....from Amazon.co.uk
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    5 Star Rating Five Stars
    By: AOM, on November 4, 2017
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    "Very good! A+++! Recommend and would buy again!



    5 Star Rating Five Stars
    By: NotVerySure, on August 24, 2017
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    5 Star Rating Five Stars
    By: Deanna Shardlow, on August 18, 2017
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    4 Star Rating A well polished installment in the series
    By: Mark Diplock, on April 7, 2017
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    "I haven't played that far into it but i was hooked on it from the start of the opening intro. Getting out into the world with the protaganist and his friends is a joy and you can sink so many hours of your day into it without realising.



    5 Star Rating Five Stars
    By: MAN, on March 12, 2017
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    5 Star Rating SHORT BUT SWEET
    By: Mr. Spooky, on January 30, 2016
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    4 Star Rating To no surprise another great Tales of game
    By: Otaku, on October 22, 2015
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    "To no surprise another great Tales of game. The graphics is amazing slightly better than xillia 2, the new battle system takes a while to get used to but once you get a grip on the controls battling bosses or random monsters becomes especially fun. As this game was only out i can't say much about the entire story as im still playing through the game but as someone who got the pre-order bonus on top of the bonus content and is in general a huge Tales of series fan I can't really complain. Hope...



    5 Star Rating Journey is a stunning game and is worth the price ...
    By: James, on October 18, 2015
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    4 Star Rating A new level cap, a new race... basically a new game, with all the old faces. Absolutely worth every penny!
    By: Tracy Webster "Loveable by design; geek by ch..., on July 6, 2015
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    "There's enough content here in FFXIV: Heavensward to classify it on its own as an MMORPG by itself. The new areas are HUGE, and according to one online gaming review [can't remember which; citation needed etc?] its actual playtime is somewhere in the region of 40 hours, just for the main storyline... and that's without doing any sidequests. The new race, the Au Ra, are strange and beautiful to look at, and the new enemies are... wow. Dangerous. There are bandersnatches! Flying chocobo...



    4 Star Rating A new level cap, a new race... basically a new game, with all the old faces. Absolutely worth every penny!
    By: Tracy Webster, on July 6, 2015
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    "There's enough content here in FFXIV: Heavensward to classify it on its own as an MMORPG by itself. The new areas are HUGE, and according to one online gaming review [can't remember which; citation needed etc?] its actual playtime is somewhere in the region of 40 hours, just for the main storyline... and that's without doing any sidequests. The new race, the Au Ra, are strange and beautiful to look at, and the new enemies are... wow. Dangerous. There are bandersnatches! Flying chocobo...



    1 Star Rating PS4 players paying more than PC but getting less.
    By: Mr. Ja Lovell, on July 4, 2015
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    "I'll get right to the points.

    1. The Story - It's okay, better than before but honestly the villains are so terrible you don't even get anything from it. It lacks direction and because all of the characters are so forgettable you don't care about them. The dialogue is a joke, the writers for this game wouldn't be capable of writing a Spot the Dog book.That's how poor it is. They use nostalgia of previous games to make people think they're enjoying the game more than what they...



    5 Star Rating Fantastic first expansion
    By: nickcv, on June 24, 2015
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    "Fantastic first expansion! Amazing story, great new Primals, and good dungeons so far.

    Heavensward does everything that the basic game does better.
    The pacing in the MSQ is way improved, the voice acting is still gorgeous (even if they changed some of the voice actors) and they now added proper voice acting during instances and Primals encounters.

    The new dungeons I've played so far are not extremely challenging but are not as brain dead as all the mandatory dungeons...



    4 Star Rating A copy of Black Flag, but a treasury of information on AC lore if you have the patience...
    By: killercroc, on November 16, 2014
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    "Generically Rogue is a copy of Black Flag I won't deny it. The game play is majorly the same with minor tweaks here and there. Almost all side activities are the same also. The story itself however is a much needed link as it bridges the way from Black Flag to Rogue to Unity to AC3 - all in one game. Characters who seemed unimportant in the previous games have a new light shed upon them giving them purpose and the ability to strike chords within the gamer and it also opens the path for the...



    4 Star Rating Unputdownable
    By: GratuitousViolets "Ash", on June 19, 2014
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    "Brilliant game that is so captivating and graphically beautiful that you'll be struggling to tear yourself away from it. Through some stunning scenery, some interesting (and somewhat depressing) backdrops, you'll find yourself transported to the post-apocalyptic world the makers have created in this story while you eagerly push ahead with your mission, sitting on the edge of your seat waiting for the next attack.

    The game focuses on a not too distant future where a virus (cordyceps...



    5 Star Rating The Destination IS the Journey
    By: Materia Keeper, on June 13, 2013
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    "Finally the elusive `thatgamecompany' compilation arrives, officially, in the UK.

    Despite my interest I never bought the American import version, and I know there'll be both old and new (to be) fans looking at the UK release, so for all concerned, this is what's included:

    Standard packaging with small booklet and 1 Blu-Ray disc, which contains:
    Flow (Game)
    Flower (Game)
    Journey (Game)
    Gravediggers (Multiplayer mini-bonus-game (2-6 players only))...



    5 Star Rating Must have!
    By: Hiroki Honda, on May 15, 2013
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    "This is just a magnificent game with outstanding figure of a Snowtroll that's holding Farin the Dwarf.
    The game is so amusing and it has done well in the archives of Tolkien.
    The game is fun to play, good graphics and a good eye for details, good fun for offline gaming (it supports a 2 player but not 3 player splitscreen alas..) Online it offers 3 player mode wich is handy for hunting Trophies.
    The game has a diversity of weapons and items and elfstones.
    Easy drop in drop...



    5 Star Rating Beautiful games!
    By: Sarah~, on February 6, 2013
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    5 Star Rating Simply Amazing
    By: Mr. B. A. Wheeldon, on November 7, 2012
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    "I must first say I have not purchased this item. I do however have both Journey and Flow (purchased from the PSN Store) and have also played flower.
    If you do not have any of these games then this is a must.

    All 3 play on so many levels getting you to actually "play" a game rather than just button bash or "kill kill kill".
    They all play on a level I have not seen for such a long time in gaming and at 32 years old I have played through my fair share of consoles and pc...




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