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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1787d ago | review

GoFanboy: Heavy Rain Review

Heavy Rain is one of those games that will have you itching to play through a second time. And then of course a third and fourth time shortly after you finish that. The reason for this is the "choose-your-own adventure" style of play that results in you questioning all of your decisions by the game's end. Sure, the ending may have turned out well, but could it maybe have turned out a little better? It's this resulting feeling that provides Heavy Rain with its parallels to real life. While many will call Heavy Rain nothing more than a modern day Dragon's Lair, the amount of choices that will present themselves to the player seems to go beyond that of an interactive movie. (Heavy Rain , PS3) 8/10

Julie  +   1787d ago
Yesterday i got my platinum on Heavy Rain meaning i saw the 18 Epilogues (among other stuff hehe) :)
Niels9579  +   1787d ago
uhm.. http://www.n4g.com/ps3/News...

duplicate Review, here..., previously, just below ..

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