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Submitted by arturod 2007d ago | review

4News.it: Heavy Rain: The Origami Killer Review

4News.it: "Heavy Rain: The Origami Killer is the perfect marriage between film and video game with a plot and a narrative that carries the player from beginning to end, dragging it through the emotions experienced by the protagonists. A psychological thriller in which the level of interactivity can be a leader and director at the same time. The control system for the adventures graphic novel becomes an obstacle only for players traditionalists. Instead it is a demonstration of how the team of developers Quantic Dream has been able to simulate the actions by increasing the realism of them. The main theme peppered with violence, tragedy, fear, anxiety, perhaps for the first time expressed as best you could, confirms the rating of banned to people under 18 years old. A mature title that no gamer should miss." (Heavy Rain , PS3) 93/100

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zeeshan  +   2007d ago
Man this game looks awesome! Going to get it soon as I get back to the U.S

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