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Honestly, why was Journey so highly rated?

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2 years ago#1
I can see it fooling the average hipster pseudo intellect here and there but seriously, what's with the glowing reviews across the board? I'm not seeing it. Good game for some? Debatable. Mind-blowing awesomeness that deserves undisputed 10/10 reviews? No.
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2 years ago#2
That's rich, coming from a FFXIII fan
What is a fan? A miserable little pile of opinions!
2 years ago#3
Because it offered a unique multiplayer experience, great visuals and music, and it's just fun to play.
2 years ago#4
It's my 2nd favorite game this gen. No game has ever came close to actually feeling like you made a journey with someone. This was co-op on another level and it didn't even have voice chat.
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2 years ago#5
Opinions differ. Shocking isn't it? Take a day off to get you composure back from this shocking revelation.
2 years ago#6
I thought it was pretty, but also very confusing and frustrating and in the end I thought it wasn't a very good game. Also not big on co-op with no way to properly communicate.

But yeah, opinions, I wouldn't want to take away someone else's enjoyment of the game.
2 years ago#7
I liked it but then again, I don't have ADD.
We will go on a journey. A journey of scooters.
2 years ago#8
I didn't like it and I DO have ADHD.

So maybe that's it lol.
2 years ago#9
I have ADD and I loved it.

Also, TC, stop making so many threads about it and get over the fact that people appreciate different things.
2 years ago#10
Because people liked it?
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