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Journey on 360 DS PS3

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Journey is a Racing game available on the 360 DS PS3.

Journey is a Racing game. Racing games, although sometimes seen as a sporting sub category, are a well established video game genre in their own right.



Journey picks up the success of Flower and creates a darker more human story.

We really loved flOw and Flower. The creators are back with a game called Journey. As you can see from the screen shots the experience is one of an individuals desire to travel to a distant point. Making that journey we are promised simple game play and accessible controls.
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Family Gamer review Thu, 09 Jun 2011

Fable The Journey turns gestures into emotions with an intelligent and whimsical take on Kinect gameplay. It manages to retain enough of the spirit and landscape of Albion to feel like a fully fledged experience.

Fable has always been about relationships and choices. Although at first glance Fable The Journey looks like an on-rails party game for Kinect, a closer inspection reveals something very different.
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Soulful Gamer review Fri, 13 Aug 2010

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey is a claustrophobic RPG that constantly feels oppressive and dark. Mixing demonic battles with more adult themes this balances atmosphere with the traditional role-play mechanics. This is the kind of soulful experience that's all too rare on the DS.

Harking back to the Famicom days of Shin Megami Tensei, Strange Journey is presented in a first-person perspective and throws out the cute, school-based antics of the Persona series in favour of something much darker and interesting.
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