Posted by Aaron on November 14th, 2013
Back in September, we asked you what questions you had for Composer Vincent Diamante (Cloud, Flower, New Game) and Feel Engineer Adam Lederer (New Game). We picked some of the best answers and answered them. Be prepared, though, because these are some epic answers:
You’ve heard it right, folks! Our first two PlayStation 3 games are now being ported over to the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita! Check out this video for details:
That’s right! The PS Vita and PS4 versions of flOw and Flower will be completely free on for all of you who purchased each respective game on the PlayStation Store. If you bought flOw on the PS3, you’ll get it free for PS4 and PS Vita. And if you are late to the game and buy Flower on PS4, you’ll get the PS3 and Vita versions for free. Flower will be released on both platforms on Nov. 15th, and flOw will be released on both platforms on Nov. 29th.
More details of the ports after the break: Read more >
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Posted by Aaron on July 15th, 2013
We’re glad to say that the Journey Collector’s Edition has been released physically in almost every region that PlayStation covers! Americas, Asia (which excludes Japan), and now Europe (which includes Australia, New Zealand, and some other areas).
The Collector’s Edition was recently released on the PlayStation Network in the European region and was released on disc last month. It’s available in the United Kingdom for £15.99 and is available in the rest of the European region for €19.99. Other countries will have similar pricing. (The disc may not be available in some countries that are part of the SCEE region, but the PSN version is available in every country.)
The European version is the same as the American and Asian releases, but the EU PSN version doesn’t include the PlayStation Plus Trial nor the avatars. The Physical version includes the avatars but not the PS+ Trial.
We don’t have much at all to do with where the CE gets released as Sony is handling everything on that side. We are very thankful for all the great people at Sony Europe that pushed the release through the European region and worked out everything between manufacturers, distributors, and retailers. It’s just amazing seeing people from all over the world tweeting, messaging, and posting all over the internet about how they have bought the disc.
On another note, Sony and Matt Nava have worked with Cook and Becker to produce high quality, limited edition, Giclee prints from Journey. These include some of the most memorable scenes from Journey, as well as some concept art.
Click through to see some more images.
Posted by Aaron on September 20th, 2012
In case you haven’t noticed, we have some new products up on our store, and now we’re opening pre-orders for the Koko/Glyph shirt again.
First up, we have a brand new Quadrilogy shirt designed by That Art Director Jacky:
Second, we have these art cards designed by Red Corner:
Finally, we’ve decided to have a reprint of the Koko/Glyph shirt. If this run sells well enough, we’ll continue to print up more of this shirt:
Click “Read More” to see some more information on the store.
Good news, everyone!
The Art of Journey is finally up for pre-order at Bluecanvas! The first 750 orders get copies that are signed by both Jenova Chen and Matt Nava! Signed copies are still available, but they’ll likely run out quickly.
You can pre-order them at this link:
The book is no longer available for signed pre-orders, but you can buy a standard copy with much cheaper shipping from Amazon right here:
Click the “Read more” link to see some pictures of the book.