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'Journey,' 'Flower' and 'Flow' set for compilation disc

tech reviews Updated: Jun 22, 2012 12:25 IST

Three award-winning PlayStation 3 games, Journey, Flower, and Flow, are set to be united on disc as part of Journey: Collector's Edition.

The three were all developed by Californian studio ThatGameCompany as part of its deal with Sony PlayStation.

Retail listings spotted on Play Asia and Gamefly prompted TGC's official Twitter account to confirm the existance of Journey: Collector's Edition, though no further details were offered regarding contents, price, or Play Asia's target date of August 2012.

Flow itself started off as a Mac and PC game before appearing on PS3 and PSP and is still accessible in its early form via the University of Southern California website.

Should the Collector's Edition include both Flow and Flower, new owners would gain better insight into the themes that drove ThatGameCompany as both ideas and execution were refined over the last six years.

Following the release of Journey and the completion of that three game deal, TGC president Kellee Santiago departed to work on other projects, executive producer Robin Hunicke joined the ex-Flickr team of Tiny Speck to work on free MMO Glitch, and composer Austin Wintory lent his ear to the group of ex-Star Wars: The Old Republic developers working on The Banner Saga.