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Online Beta Announced For Journey

Thatgamecompany has confirmed over Twitter that they will be kicking off a “very limited, private Online Beta” for the studio’s third PSN game, Journey. No other details were given as of yet but be sure to check out TGC’s FaceBook page or/and the PlayStation Blog on Monday ( June 27th ) for more information.


[E3 2011] Journey Interview

I managed to get a interview with Brian Singh, who is a technical game designer at thatgamecompany. This was a impromptu interview, so it’s not very organized & it was loud in the room. So I apologize for that.

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I didn’t get a chance to play the demo before they started to close things down. But it did watch somebody play most of the demo. The demo starts with a low view of the desert and you can see the sand crystals sparkle and it’s a very stunning visually. When you walk around on the desert it reacts kind of like water, it ripples when you go past it. Instead of me just rambling on, I’ll just let the interview above explain it in more detail. But it’s going to be a must buy for me. It looks like another winner from thatgamecompany.


Beat Journey In 3 Hours

Thesixthaxis is reporting that gamers will be able to complete the single player portion of thatgamestudio’s Journey in roughly 3 hours. Other critically acclaimed titles for the studio, i.e Flower, were also on the short side but made up for it in replay value. Journey will also include multiplayer which will increase the title’s longevity. Look for it to release sometime this year.


ThatGameCompany Talks about Journey

Game developer Jenova Chan tells us a little more about the environment and gameplay aspects of journey. If you were a fan of flOw and Flower, then this game is going to tickle your fancy indeed. Jenova Chan goes on to talk about how there are many types of movies to pluck the emotional strings that you need to feel. There are feel good movies, romantic movies, sad movies, action movies, funny movies, etc. So you have an option of what to watch. He believes video games are exactly like that as well but not many developers are willing to take a chance to make a game outside of the competitive action violence type of games.

We still do not know all of the gameplay elements of Journey or even the real goal, but I can say this game will be amazing just by what I have seen.


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