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Submitted by Jigga69 1911d ago | review

Gameblog reviews Heavy Rain : "a gem"

Gameblog.fr got their review

google translation

"I mostly come away with the impression that I completely owns the tory of this interactive thriller, brilliantly written and directed. A strong moment, gamer or not, which fascinates the narration and marked by emotions." (Heavy Rain , PS3) 5/5

VsAssassin  +   1911d ago
First!
Wow, i can't wait for this game!!!
Bungie  +   1911d ago
goty contender for sure

can't wait
Dutch Boogie  +   1911d ago
OMG the game is getting outstanding reviews. My anticipation is going through the roof as we speak. I love adventure/thriller games. This one just screams innovation.
nix  +   1911d ago
" Origasmique!" wow... every review is on a roll...
another GOTY contender! q:
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arakouftaian  +   1911d ago
I will enjoy this game a lot
A lot
i mean
a lot a lot

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