Developer thatgamecompany's sublime PSN game Journey has received plenty of accolades, but the minds behind the masterpiece know what players really want. What better way to give in to gamer bloodlust than with Rocket Deathmatch DLC, which you can see in all its glory after the jump.
The 16th annual DICE Awards have come and gone, and the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences has named the year's best of the best. Not surprisingly, critical favorites like TellTale Games' The Walking Dead and thatgamecompany's Journey came out with a bunch of awards, with the latter nabbing Game of the Year. Full list past the jump!
Nominees for the 55th Annual Grammy Awards have been announced, and thatgamecompany's 2012 downloadable PSN game, Journey, is being honored with a nomination in the Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media category. Read on for more.
When you're not shooting bad guys in Uncharted or tearing mythological monsters' heads off in God of War, apparently PS3 fans are... appreciating art more than other gamers? See what Journey dev Jenova Chen has to say about thinking-person games, adult audiences, and art appreciation after the jump!
If you've been following the development of Journey, the next title from thatgamecompany (flOw, Flower), you'll be happy to know that its spring 2012 release window has now been narrowed down. Journey makes its way to PlayStation Network on March 13. More after the jump!
Not long after releasing flOw as a free Flash title in 2006, Jenova Chen's thatgamecompany was tapped to release a reworked version on PlayStation Network, and that's where the developer's titles have been headed ever since. Next up is Journey, which has finally been given a release window of spring 2012. Hit the jump for more.