Flower News (PS3)

Former dev teases project at thatgamecompany will "change the industry"

Posted: 09.04.2013 by Technet2k

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Something big is brewing over at indie outfit thatgamecompany, says Asher Vollmer. While they "can't divulge any details" about it specifically, it's "going to be an IMPORTANT game." Can't walk away from it?

Apparently it is something you can't "casually abandon." Vollmer says this project made it harder to decide to leave the studio but that 'years remain' on it before it's done.

Rumour: Journey Compilation listed for PS3 in August [Update] Poll

Posted: 21.06.2012 by Technet2k

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[Update] It's called 'Journey: Collector's Edition' and bundles the three.

Original story: A listing for something dubbed 'Journey Compilation' appeared but has now been removed from GameFly. Developer thatgamecompany created Journey for PS3 via PSN.

This physical bundle is rumoured to include the studio's other two PSN releases; flOw and Flower. Digital releases going physical isn't all the uncommon. Will it arrive this August?

ThatGameCompany officially goes multiplatform as indie developer

Posted: 14.06.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Back in February, Journey developer ThatGameCompany had expressed a desire to go multiplatform after its three game contract with Sony ended. That day has come, as the developer has announced on its blog that it was partnering with Benchmark Capital to publish games independently.

Sony has "more artistic and adult-focused taste," says Journey dev

Posted: 08.05.2012 by Technet2k

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Lead designer Jenova Chen from thatgamecompany has said Sony nurtures a more 'mature' audience for the PlayStation 3. The studio's Journey has become PSN's fastest selling title.

Sony agree with Chen's assessment, commenting that the "primary PSN audience is indeed more adult," and their best-sellers reflect that. Many PSN titles require 'deep thinking'.

Co-founder of thatgamecompany leaves, new game project in the works

Posted: 29.03.2012 by Technet2k

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PlayStation Network has been graced by Journey, thatgamecompany's latest effort and enjoys high critical acclaim for its unusual take on co-operative multiplayer - no one can talk.

Co-founder and president Kellee Santiago is leaving the developer after 6 years for new challenges, and may be joined by other prominent figures. The studio hopes to stay in touch.