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Submitted by get2sammyb 1688d ago | review

PushSquare: Heavy Rain on Playstation 3 Review

PushSquare: "Heavy Rain will leave you heavy hearted. Indeed, it is perhaps the greatest compliment you can pay to Quantic Dream's vision to describe a scenario in which, when reviewing the game, we had to turn off our Playstation 3. Not because of an absence of quality, but because of the breathless, "kick-you-when-you're-down" nature of Heavy Rain's narrative - all of which culminate in a captivatingly original game that will be remembered for years to come." (Heavy Rain , PS3) 4/4

Michael-Jackson  +   1688d ago
Is this game a flop? No, Simple as that. Only on PS3.
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mcnablejr  +   1688d ago
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Is this game going to sell well? no, simple as that. Only on ps3.

XD ;)
get2sammyb  +   1688d ago
Sales have nothing to do with quality though do they?
THC CELL  +   1688d ago
amazing game

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