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Submitted by Cyrus365 1680d ago | preview

The Game Journal - Demo Impressions: Heavy Rain - Part Two

The Game Journal writes: "Rain falls from the dark clouds as our character, FBI Agent Norman Jayden pulls up to a crime scene. He pulls out a vial of blue liquid, which calls out to him by rumbling the controller in my hand. As he slides it back into his pocket, the rumbling goes away. As I step out of the car I can see a small crowd of bystanders, a few police cars as well as an ambulance. As I approach the police tape I'm stopped by an officer. He asks for ID, I pull out my FBI badge and he lets me through. My character asks about an Officer Blake and is told he's somewhere at the crime scene. As I enter the vacant lot that the police are combing, my character stops and puts on a glove and a pair of sunglasses." (Heavy Rain , PS3)
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