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Journey Collector’s Edition (PS4 - includes Journey, Flow and Flower) £3.99 @ PlayStation Network
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Journey Collector’s Edition (PS4 - includes Journey, Flow and Flower) £3.99 @ PlayStation Network

£3.99£19.9580%Playstation PSN Deals
Posted 21st Aug

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Cheapest its been on the PlayStation Network - includes the well reviewed games Journey, Flow and Flower

MetaScore of 92 for Journey metacritic.com/gam…ney

Get ready to experience one of the most beautiful, unique and critically acclaimed PlayStation® games ever released as Journey arrives on PlayStation®4.

Explore vast deserts and primitive ruins on an emotional quest to uncover the long-lost secrets of a forgotten civilisation.

Feel the strain of every step as you guide your nameless nomad through the wilderness to reach a mountaintop looming on the horizon. In the face of oppressive heat and howling winds, tap into an ancient magic to soar through the skies and discover this mysterious world alone or with a stranger you may meet along the way.

Featuring stunning 1080p HD visuals and an enchanting, award-winning musical score, it’s time to revel in the wonder on PS4™. Set off on a personal journey that will challenge your mind, touch your heart and stay with you for years.

  • Winner of five BAFTAs, including Game Design and Artistic Achievement.
  • Grammy-nominated soundtrack composed by Austin Wintory.
  • This Collector’s Edition includes flOw and Flower – two equally innovative games from the same team, thatgamecompany.

Flow - on its own is £3.99

MetaScore of 71metacritic.com/gam…low

Flower is £2.49 individually bought

MetaScore of 91metacritic.com/gam…wer

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this is the type of art games that reached the height of shadow of colossus and to the moon
You can download this for free on the PC for anyone interested
It's a decent game and different from the norm but honestly I thought it was a bit overhyped and didn't reeeeally think it was worth the £3.99 I paid a few months back.
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