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Journey Collector's Edition

 

 

SCORE: 74

 

Journey Collector's Edition 

 

In the last issue of Family Friendly Gaming we reviewed the different indie games in the Journey Collector’s Edition. Each is a separate game that is downloadable on the Playstation Network. This issue I wanted to review the package of three games at the same time. Sort of what does it feel like to have three games in one package?

The price of Journey Collector’s Edition is really good. Twenty dollars or less for three games is fantastic. These are three indie games so you have to throw away conventual wisdom, thinking, and processes. The most important thing about Journey Collector’s Edition is to figure out how to play it. The controls are not much help since they are generally horrible in all three games. Indie games win with their ideas, but many times lose with their implementation.

The graphics range in Journey Collector’s Edition. Generally they are good, and show us different worlds. The violence here and there feels diminished when we take into account there are three games. Flower is really good about avoiding any kind of violent content. The bad side is Flower has a tree hugger kind of feel to it.

The really neat thing about Journey Collector’s Edition is the three never before released mini games. They are Gravediggers, Duke War, and Nostril Shot. These are where Journey Collector’s Edition get the most violent content. To be blunt I could have done without these three games. Some people love having six games in this package. I see it as only having three - since I don’t like those violent mini games.

It is cool to see new and different ideas enter the video game industry. Journey Collector’s Edition showcases smaller development teams can come up with interesting ideas. At the same time they show there is still a lot of work to be done on the indie scene.
- Luke

 

Graphics: 70%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: PS4/PS Vita/PS3(tested)
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer:  thatgamecompany

Rating:  'E10+’ - Everyone Ten and OLDER ONLY
{Fantasy Violence}


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