Three years later, Journey remains one of the most powerful games in recent memory.
Less is most definitely more in this beautifully understated co-op adventure, that dares you to make sense of its enigmatic voyage.
An artistic tour de force of limited interactive complexity
Journey has only improved with time, earning its status as one of the best games ever created.
At the end of the campaign, you'll most likely be surprised to find that the one person who hung out with you was really three, or four, or more. What's more surprising was that seeing all the people I'd come into contact with hits me emotionally. I don't know them, but I 'know' them.
Firing up Journey on PS4 is a delight. It's so gorgeous and fluid in 1080p and 60 frames-per-second. Even though that's really the only thing different about it, it's a wonderful experience.
An already beautiful experience is made even more gorgeous on the PlayStation 4 -- Journey is a trip worth taking. It's a bite sized adventure that you won't soon forget.
This is interactive art. This is how it's done.
Journey remains one of the most cohesive titles to grace PlayStation. A sumptuous art style and a stunning soundtrack fuse to create an experience that's flawless from start to finish. Its story never utters a word, yet it has more to say than most scripts, and its handling of social interaction eschews tradition in favour of eye-opening anonymous bonding. Enhanced visuals and a silky smooth framerate made possible courtesy of the PS4's power make this the definitive edition of the release, and put simply, Journey is still one of the greatest games ever made.
Journey is masterful. It's meaningful. You won't remember the details of every journey, but every journey is unforgettable. You'll have no choice but to play it again and again.