Thatgamecompany PSN Favorites Journey, flOw and Flower Unite in a Blu-ray Collector’s Edition


On August 28th, thatgamecompany’s latest PSN classic Journey (read our review here) lands on store shelves in a retail Collector’s Edition release for $29.99. What makes it a Collector’s Edition? Well, for starters it will also come with the studio’s previous PSN favorites, flOw and Flower, in addition to a roster of bonus content that will make any thatgamecompany fan cream in their pants.

Joining the three games on a single Blu-ray disc will be: a 30-minute “The Making of Journey” documentary; all three official soundtracks; developer commentary playthroughs for each title; screenshot/artwork galleries; trailers and developer diaries; PSN avatars; PS3 XMB wallpapers and dynamic themes; and three exclusive bonus mini-games thatgamecompany created for in-studio use during the 24hr Game Jam, including Gravediggers, Duke War!!, and Nostril Shot. A one month trial subscription for PlayStation Plus will also be tucked inside the box, a box that will just so happen to feature reversible cover art.

This set is called the Journey Collector’s Edition, but really it’s a celebration of all things thatgamecompany. Amazing! Now if only other developers/publishers would put together more of these retail round-ups of favorite digital download titles…

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