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Journey and Flower are both games which can offer a tranquil and thoughtful experience. In this pair of FamilyGamerTV episodes, we bring gaming into Religious worship in two different places with Flower at the Greenbelt Festival and Journey at Exeter Cathedral.

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Journey and Flower in Worship PS3 Review

FGTV: Journey and Flower in Worship

Format:
PS3

Genre:
Adventure

Style:
Cooperative
Metagame

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Journey and Flower are both games which can offer a tranquil and thoughtful experience. Many gamers tell of feeling a profoundly spiritual response to the experience these games impart. As part of an experiment, we had previously brought the game Flower into Exeter Cathedral's worship, to see how the experience of playing the game complemented or interefered with the act of worship.

In this pair of FamilyGamerTV episodes, we bring gaming into Religious worship in two different places with Flower at the Greenbelt Festival and Journey at Exeter Cathedral. They turn out to be very different experiences.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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