By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use. Close
kirby007 said:
SvennoJ said:

I played through it about 20 times. It's a different experience with different people. In one of my play throughs I met up with someone also interested in exploring behind the scenes. We managed to find a way to get out of the level in the caves scene by boosting each other with the maxed out scarves. We explored there in the dark for nearly an hour, magical experience. Also with the maximum scarf boost you can speed run entire sections while boosting each other. No need to build the bridge or activate the platforms in the large tower. At the end you can communicate by drawing things in the sand, but you already sort of developed a language by pinging during the game.

I met a lot of awesome people from all over the world while playing Journey, it was a great experience. And that soundtrack is so powerful, great stuff, especially while skiing downhill and flying up at the end. Plus so touching when you both struggle to get one more step forward, pings slowly dying out while struggling in the snow.

but did you reach the top?

After you die, yes.



Around the Network
SvennoJ said:
kirby007 said:

but did you reach the top?

After you die, yes.

which is just plain shit



 "I think people should define the word crap" - Kirby007

Join the Prediction League http://www.vgchartz.com/predictions

Instead of seeking to convince others, we can be open to changing our own minds, and seek out information that contradicts our own steadfast point of view. Maybe it’ll turn out that those who disagree with you actually have a solid grasp of the facts. There’s a slight possibility that, after all, you’re the one who’s wrong.

Thread Title updated.



                                                                                                                                                           

kirby007 said:
SvennoJ said:

After you die, yes.

which is just plain shit

Why? Journey is about the Journey of life. You are born. You go through the path that is life then you die. All it is. Just a metaphore.



Bite my shiny metal cockpit!

Of the two games being given out for free I think Uncharted is the more overrated.



Around the Network
kirby007 said:
SvennoJ said:

After you die, yes.

which is just plain shit

Did you manage to save Aeris yet in FF7?



SvennoJ said:
kirby007 said:

which is just plain shit

Did you manage to save Aeris yet in FF7?

no ty i rather waste my time in FF14



 "I think people should define the word crap" - Kirby007

Join the Prediction League http://www.vgchartz.com/predictions

Instead of seeking to convince others, we can be open to changing our own minds, and seek out information that contradicts our own steadfast point of view. Maybe it’ll turn out that those who disagree with you actually have a solid grasp of the facts. There’s a slight possibility that, after all, you’re the one who’s wrong.

kirby007 said:
SvennoJ said:

Did you manage to save Aeris yet in FF7?

no ty i rather waste my time in FF14

John2290 said:

Same, Played three hours and just just kept thinking of FF14, fortuitously they have a free campaign atm. 


Again



Journey is one of my favorite games of all time. The things I love most of the game is the soundtrack and the "multiplayer" element of the game. When I first played it, I didn't even know there was a online feature on it. I remember when I saw the first online player. I ran towards him but he was far ahead and got away, never to be seen again. Each player that I saw and interact with felt special because it was unexpected and unique. I felt that I wasn't alone in this adventure and that a stranger it's just a friend you haven't met.



finalrpgfantasy said:
Journey is one of my favorite games of all time. The things I love most of the game is the soundtrack and the "multiplayer" element of the game. When I first played it, I didn't even know there was a online feature on it. I remember when I saw the first online player. I ran towards him but he was far ahead and got away, never to be seen again. Each player that I saw and interact with felt special because it was unexpected and unique. I felt that I wasn't alone in this adventure and that a stranger it's just a friend you haven't met.

The first one is a plant ;) If you mean the one you see when you go to chapter 2 (I think)

If I remember correctly, when there is another player with you, the screen edge lights up slightly in the direction of the other player when you 'ping'