I was playing through Journey the other day and started thinking about how other people with different types would interpret it. It'd be fun to hear everyone else's experiences and compare 'em, so, share away.
I was overwhelmed by its' beauty and played the entire game with my mouth widde open and nearly cried 3 times in the space of the hour and a half it took me to first complete it. I remember sweltering in the heat of my stuffy room in the desert sections and freezing (Due to turning on the fan) in the snowy parts because, for some reason, it made me feel even more like I was there. When one of the flying creatures soared down on my partner and sent them flying, I rushed over to his/her side and started mashing the O button. And when he/she was battling the winds, I waited for them to catch up. At least, I did with my first partner. I've been less patient with every other, unable to form a "bond" with them, as such. I loved sliding down the sand dunes in particular, but my favourite part would have to be the underwater temple, it inspiring me to want to paint something similar on my bedroom wall, something I probably won't get around to doing for quite a while. I found the 2D cinematics boring and adored their 3D counterparts detailing the character(s) progressing. I never really thought much about the story. It took 2 playthroughs before I even realised that the ruins below the bridge segment were actually pieces of the creatures near the end, and even then I didn't really care. The ending never really made me think, I just dismissed it as the character fulfilling a biblical pilgrimage and ascending to a typical Christian heaven. And overall, I'd conclude that it's easily my favourite game of all time, it managed to pull on my emotions and transfix my eyes to the extent that I'm not sure I'll ever find anything more beautiful. Hell, it affected me more than District 9 and Million Dollar Baby put TOGETHER did, and that's saying something.
Edit: Oh, and I'm an ISFP btw.