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Submitted by kevco33 1391d ago | preview

Electronic Theatre Preview: Heavy Rain: Move Edition

Heavy Rain was released in February this year to critical acclaim and has sold remarkably well in North America and Europe. A game of multiple endings with a feel, even if it is not reality, of free-will, Heavy Rain experiments with videogame mechanics and has earned a fair amount of attention for its efforts. Some however, had problems with its control system deemed clumsy and frustrating. Unlike traditional third-person games, as the characters move around options pop up and are triggered by certain points, and many disliked its new approach to control. (Heavy Rain , Heavy Rain: Move Edition, PS3)

RIPSKATEDESTROY  +   1391d ago
hey
still havent tried the game but when i get some time im checking it out!!

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