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10/12/2012 FGTV: The Art of Journey and PS3 Collectors Edition Review
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Journey is one of the most exciting games for the PS3. We take a look at the beautiful and rare "Art of Journey" book, featuring information about the game, concept art and a really nice way to engage with the game's world.

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The Art of Journey and PS3 Collectors Edition PS3 Review

FGTV: The Art of Journey and PS3 Collectors Edition

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PS3

Genre:
Adventuring

Style:
Cooperative
Physical
Singleplayer

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Journey is one of the most exciting games for the PS3. We take a look at the beautiful and rare "Art of Journey" book, featuring information about the game, concept art and a really nice way to engage with the game's world.

We also take a look at a US Import of the PS3 Collector's Edition, featuring Fl0w (PS3) and Flower (PS3) as well as a host of additional goodies on the disc. We discuss how this game is a great introduction to PS3 gaming and for families.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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