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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1893d ago | review

Guardian: Heavy Rain Review

The death of originality in modern video games has, it seems, been greatly exaggerated. Heavy Rain almost instantly telegraphs its differentiation from its gun-obsessed peers by encouraging you to brush your just-awoken character's teeth and shave him, using right-analogue-stick gestures, prescribed button-presses and shakes of the motion-sensing PS3 controller, which (very vaguely) correspond to their real-life counterparts. As you guide architect Ethan Mars through a period of family life, the novelty lies in performing mundane tasks. (Heavy Rain , PS3) 4/5

JTX  +   1893d ago
Another great score. 5 more days.
Myst  +   1893d ago
Please stop reminding us of the wait.

/cry

Anyway good score, but still not reading the reviews :p.

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