Try our new beta! Click here
Submitted by Lavalamp 788d ago | review

Rain review: how to disappear completely | Polygon

Polygon: "I appreciated Rain all the more because of its briefness, its ethereal nature. The mechanics are engaging enough, but it didn't challenge me or force me to learn complex controls. It wasn't about those things. Rain is an anxious emotion — something that pulled me in with a setting so charming that I wanted to spend time there even when I was on edge." (PS3, Rain) 8.5/10

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
New stories

Failsafe Interview

32m ago - MonsterVine: "Failsafe is a first person (now third-person) parkour game looking to finish its fi... | PC

Would you want to be Immortalised in VR?

35m ago - Imagine a time where being able to visit your ancient ancestors in VR is commonplace. A world whe... | Tech

Blu-ray And DVD Highlights for November 2015

Now - With the spooky month of October all but ritualistically murdered and buried in a haunted house sitting a top an ancient Indian burial ground under... | Promoted post

Game Boy games we still need on the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console

39m ago - Pokemon fans finally got the news they wanted last week with the re-release of the first generati... | 3DS

Top Ten Creeds of the Assassins in ‘Assassin’s Creed’ (Satire)

1h ago - EB: The first creed of Assassin’s Creed is not to talk about Assassin’s Creed. Yeah, but we’re a... | Culture

'Clandestine' (PC) review | GeekNifty

3h ago - Clandestine stealths, shoots and hacks it's way through the 90's – in more than one way. | PC
Related content from friends