Err, no, sorry, it is not. I played this last evening. It is good but not nearly good enough to warrant £10. Time for money that's probably one of the most expensive games I have ever bought. It took me about and hour and a half to finish, which would have been too much even if it was the best gaming experience of my life and it was not.
You wouldn't pay ten pounds for the best gaming experience of your life?
Jesus, no wonder the industry's in trouble.
Not if it only lasted an hour and a half, no. Similairly, I wouldn't pay out for the best tasting meal in the world if I was still going to be hungry afterwards. Not that is has anythign to do with the topic because Journey is not such a game.
Anyway, to summarise; lovely game, not worth the price. At £6 I'd probably be urging everyone to buy it though, so I would advise people to perhaps lay off for a while and try it out when it comes down in price a bit. One of the good things about it being so short is that you can play it whenever you want anyway.
*waits to be lambasted because I dare have a different opinion* Ah, GRcade.