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Submitted by Zones 1794d ago | review

UltraNinjas: Heavy Rain Review

"If playing a shooter is all about guns and explosions and playing an RPG was about items and level progression, then Heavy Rain, which strongly pushes storyline as its main feature, would probably fall into a category reserved for where point-and-clicks and action adventure games merged together to create a new genre – the Interactive Film. Of course while I say "new" Quantic Dream / David Cage has certainly played around with this idea before, the last of which being the well received Fahrenheit, back in 2005." (Heavy Rain , PS3) 9/10

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