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Submitted by FuzzyPixels 1929d ago | review

Heavy Rain Review: Thunderous Applause or Damp Squib? (Dealspwn.com)

Dealspwn's Brendan Griffiths takes an early peek at the long-awaited PS3 exclusive Heavy Rain, but does he like what he sees?

From the review: "This PS3 exclusive is the long-awaited 'interactive drama' from Quantic Dream. For months we've been wowed by the stunning character models and promises of a unique experience. Of course we've also been worried that the whole thing may descend into a never-ending line of Quick-Time-Events (QTEs). Read on for the full verdict." (Heavy Rain , PS3) -

Credit url: dealspwn.com
Perjoss  +   1929d ago
I tried the demo last night, from what I saw this looks like its a triple A title, story is very well told and the graphics are very nice. Not to drop any spoiler (yeah thats right, I dont even like spoiling demos :) ) but there is a really frantic part in there and its very well done. I didnt like the walking controls but then I guess not all games are perfect. Day 1.

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