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Submitted by IllusionRSN 1925d ago | review

Metro.co.uk: Heavy Rain Review

Metro.co.uk reports: "If viewed as an interactive story (which makers Quantic Dream clearly seem to want you to), this is a masterstroke of style and plotting as you live through the investigation into the Origami Killer, a mysterious murderer who drowns his victims in rainwater. " (Heavy Rain , PS3) 4/5

Daves  +   1925d ago
Thank for the immediate spoiler!
I was hoping to work out how the victims died myself ...jeez.

I didn't even have to click the article, ffs
JTX  +   1925d ago
Same here. Who ever put it like that on the overview is a idiot.

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