This is one of the best looking games I've seen, but is so laid back that it barly qualifies as a game. It seems sort of ironic that a game like this would come out on a system dominated mostly by mature action games. Playing this is sort of like watching a cat chase a read pointer. It can sometimes be entertaining, but you really arn't doing much other than pointing and watching. Some people might enjoy a game that doesn't involve the standard stresses in games, but I prefer games where you actually do stuff.
Teen, 14 years oldWritten byglpevx1February 22, 2009
this is extremely inoffensive so all ages but considering the motion controls can be difficult for younger players i would say ages 8 and up. Also the game may be weird at first so just keep going and you will have a very enjoyable experiance
Nothing inappropriate, kids of all ages will love it!
This game is VERY easy to play and there is nothing bad except for some scary electrical pipes, but nothing that will bother 2 year olds. It is very good for learning. It teaches about human impact on the environment and how we should take care of the environment. I highlighted privacy and safety because this game is downloaded online, although this game is coming to Blu-Ray in the Journey Collector's Edition. This isn't for everyone. My friends didn't get the point and became bored, but kids of all ages will enjoy this game. 10/10
+ Great Music
+ Looks Beautiful
+ Amazing Athmosphere
+ Extreamly Satisfying and relaxing
+ Surprisingley emotional for a game with no real plot or characters.
-A bit on the short side
- Feels like the concept could have been further explored
This game is fine for anyone who can use a controller plus theres positive messages about the environment and perseverance.