Posted by Caitlyn Muncy on Feb 28, 2012

Journey Has Trophies

The launch date for Journey is fast approaching. While we do know that this isn’t going to be a regular style of gameplay we’re accustomed to, we do know a little bit of what we can expect. As time has gone on, we have gotten to discover what this game is all about, and the trials that we would be faced with.

We know that you will be given some basic direction, but will then be on your own until fate pairs you with someone. Whether you choose to continue traveling with that person or not is up to you. However, a list of trophies have been released by thatgamecompany that will make you want to try gallivanting about with a companion.

Now, before you get all excited and scroll to the bottom, keep in mind that there might be some spoilers in this list. Seeing as you’re not given much guidance, I’d say spoilers are welcome information. However, if you would rather go into the game blindly, then maybe reading over the following list wouldn’t be such a good idea.

Threshold: Cross the broken bridge without completely rebuilding it.
Mirage: Find the hidden desert flower.
Explore: Discover all cloth creatures in the desert.
Adventure: Pass through 15 gates while surfing through the sunken city.
Trials: Sneak through the underground passage without tearing your scarf.
Ancestors: Find a mysterious creature hidden in the temple.
History: Uncover all 10 ancient glyphs.
Crossing: Reach the summit with a companion and return to the beginning.
Rebirth: Finish the game and return to the beginning.
Companion: Finish the game with the same partner for the majority of the journey and return to the beginning.
Reflection: Sit and meditate with another player for more than 20 seconds
Wonder: Meet 10 or more unique travelers.
Return: Start the journey again after a week long break.
Transcendence: Collect all unique glowing symbols across one or more journeys.

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Written by Caitlyn Muncy

Raised in a Podunk town in southern Indiana, Caitlyn had an appetite for games at a young age, growing up with SNES, PlayStation consoles, a Gameboy, and a PC. She has branched out into several different fields of art, music, and journalistic endeavors. Apart from being parent to Darth Giblet the hamster, she is currently attending Indiana University for Fine Arts. You can follow her on Twitter.

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