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Submitted by paulhunter 2000d ago | review

NextGen Player Review: Heavy Rain

"The last 15 years of gaming have seen a dramatic fall in the popularity of interactive cinema. The Sega Mega-CD brought us a slew of few full-motion video classics like Night Trap and Double Switch, but hardware limitations, uninspired gameplay, and poor acting led to the demise of the genre. Quantic Dream's previous game, Indigo Prophecy (a.k.a. Fahrenheit) was the first step toward the revival of the genre, and now we have Heavy Rain which comes out on top of its predecessor and surpasses most of the historical shortcomings of interactive cinema." (Heavy Rain , PS3) 4.5/5

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