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Submitted by strybe 1704d ago | review

Electro Candy reviews Heavy Rain

Daniel Lipscombe of Electro Candy writes:
It's wrong to call Heavy Rain a game, it isn't really. Yes it requires inputs from your fingers to your controller, but beyond that, what you're living is a cinematic experience like no other. David Cage and his team at Quantic Dream have created an emotional work of art that connects with the player on a level never before realised. It's hard to talk about Heavy Rain without really giving away any plot points or scenarios, but I will try to make this as free of spoilers as possible. (Heavy Rain , PS3) -

neilmc74  +   1704d ago
Great review :)

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