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Submitted by Pozzle 717d ago | opinion piece

5 Reasons Why More Games Should Utilise Heavy Rain Mechanics

WC: I believe that the gameplay mechanics in Heavy Rain should be replicated by more games in future (if not in a sequel), and here are five reasons why. (Heavy Rain , PS3)

maniacmayhem  +   717d ago
Some were done nicely others were pretty repetitive and unnecessary. I mean the whole TV dinner/Microwave scene? Really?
ChocolateGiddyUp  +   717d ago
I think "No Game Over" and "More Skill Involved" are at odds with each other.
black911  +   717d ago
How many did the PS2 sell?

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