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Submitted by BIoodmask 1847d ago | review

411mania: Heavy Rain Review

411mania: Heavy Rain is the first true next generation game I've played in years. Never before has a game captivated me as much as Heavy Rain did. With its powerful soundtrack, power dialogue and revolutionary gameplay mechanic, Heavy Rain manages to do something no other video game has done: I cared about every decision I made.

This was not a gaming experience as much as it was a breath of fresh air - and the next step to revolutionizing video games if we are to keep going forward. If you consider yourself a fan of video games, you owe it to yourself to pick this one up. (Heavy Rain , PS3) 10/10

ALFAxD_CENTAURO  +   1847d ago
100% Agree with the score with 10.

But:
'' Heavy Rain is the first true next generation game I've played in years.''

''revolutionary gameplay mechanic''

Hmm, ok man ¿living under a rock?

I respect the comment, but was interesting and funny that quote in my opinion.
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