31 Nightmares: The 6th

31 Nightmares

The beautiful mosaic featured below contains the artistic manifestation of one of my oldest nightmares. I’ve spoken about it before over at Stories That Must Not Die.

Have you ever had a recurring nightmare?


Happy Haunts!

This has been Day 6 of

31 Nightmares

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Journey PS4 Review

Journey is said to be an experience rather than a video game. Anyone that’s had the pleasure of exploring this mysterious world will most likely tell you the same.IMG_0449 I first played Journey back on PlayStation 3 and thoroughly enjoyed the entire experience. So, it’s no surprise that when a PlayStation 4 version was announced, I hopped right on board.

There were visible improvements right off the bat. There were noticeable differences to texture, lighting, and sound. I didn’t think it was possible to make an already gorgeous work of art, even more beautiful, but somehow they pulled it off.

ThatGameCompany, the game’s creators, along with the publishers at SCEA did an astounding job expanding just a bit on what was already greatness.

This game is not for everyone. If you enjoy fast-paced, shoot-’em-up titles, (and you play nothing else,) then this game is not for you. If you enjoy art, music, and exploration, this is right up your alley.

The only complaint I’ve ever heard about this title is it’s “too short” and in a world full of horrible words being thrown around, I don’t think that’s such a diss.

Game Website: thatgamecompany.com

Twitter: @ThatGameCompany

All images used in this article are “screenshots” using the PlayStation 4 Share feature. They are the property of ThatGameCompany and SCEA.


Below are some screenshots taken by yours truly during my own little Journey on the PS4. Click on images to view larger versions.

The Bridge Journey PS4 screenshots