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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1975d ago | review

Gamesnation Review: Heavy Rain: The Origami Killer

Gamesnation: Heavy Rain is but an interactive narrative poem? It is difficult to frame it in a precise definition of gender, but one thing is certain: this is a game brave, capable, with the original structure to create a deep sense of empathy with the protagonists. After having played over and over again, assumes the knowledge that this is a true masterpiece, one of the best titles ever published for the PlayStation 3. (Heavy Rain , PS3) 9/10

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