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  • Blog Post: Flow Coming To PlayStation 4 And Vita In A Few Days

    Before Journey and Flower, Thatgamcompany released Flow, and it is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita very soon. Flow originally released on PlayStation 3 in 2007, and much like the developer's follow-up games, it falls into the difficult to define genre of art-experiment video game. In the game, players... More
  • Blog Post: Journey Composer’s Next Project Is Leisure Suit Larry Remake

    Austin Wintory has made a name for himself composing for both thatgamecompany’s Journey and Flow. He has two VGAs and a recent Grammy nomination to show for it. Now he’s taking things in a different direction. He recently revealed he’s working on the musical score for Leisure Suit Larry... More
  • Blog Post: Box Sets: A Missed Opportunity For Video Games

    I don’t stream movies. I collect them on Blu-ray. When I’m shopping for new films either online or in a retail shop, I often find myself tempted to buy collections and bundles – sometimes for the savings they offer, and other times to land a complete trilogy or set. I recently picked... More
  • Blog Post: Journey Collector's Edition Trailer

    The upcoming collection from thatgamecompany contains a bunch goodies. In addition to getting Journey, Flower, and Flow, you'll also get the original soundtrack for all three games, three exclusive mini-games, a 30-minute documentary about Journey, developer commentary play-throughs of all three... More
  • Blog Post: Journey Dev Gets $5.5M Investment

    thatgamecompany has secured $5.5M in funding from Benchmark Capital, and plans to use the money to expand its future indie game development beyond consoles. Founder Jenova Chen said the company, which is best known for its critically-acclaimed games flOw, Flower, and Journey , is looking into publishing... More
  • Blog Post: Thatgamecompany Co-Founder Leaves Studio

    Thatgamecompany president Kellee Santiago has left the studio she helped co-found six years ago. She says the move, which follows the recent release of the company's third game, Journey, was amicable. "After doing these three games, I think it was a really great opportunity for all of us to... More
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