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Submitted by emerald_rocker 1891d ago | review

Insomnia: Heavy Rain review

Alex Kierkegaard writes: "Heavy Rain's problems are numerous and extensive, and we will shortly be dealing with each of them in detail, but if I were asked to take a step back and identify the game's most detrimental failing, I would point unhesitatingly at its almost complete lack of meaningful interactivity. The designers simply had no idea what they were doing; they wanted to make an interactive movie: that is clear enough. But they lacked an understanding of what is required for that..." (Heavy Rain , PS3) 2/5

ablecain  +   1891d ago
I couldn't get past the first paragraph, this guy sounds so pompous. And how many times does he have to promote his book before getting to the actual review?
Mr Tretton  +   1891d ago
Screw this guy. Pompous azz
stephmhishot  +   1891d ago
metacritic
did they add it to their list yet?

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