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PushSquare: Heavy Rain Move Edition on PlayStation 3 Review

PushSquare: "The Heavy Rain: Move Edition’s motion controls add an immersive layer to the already fantastic thriller from earlier in the year."

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Why o why2642d ago

i prefer the pad. Even in the demo it seems tacked on but the fight sequences did feel better though . Ill give it a try as i have move and heavy rain.

IPUMPMYGUN2642d ago

they arent making dlc because they chose to do the move for this game instead.

BABY-JEDI2642d ago

I think the MOVE is the way forward for this type of game.Quantic Dream next games will have this implemented to a far greater level. It's all good for gamers :D

IPUMPMYGUN2642d ago

I'm not lying either. The developers even said this.

OSU_Gamer2642d ago

good review, but 4 total points allowed?

Why can't they make it 10/10 or 100/100

Theres a huge difference to me between a 3/4 and a 4/4. Thats equivalent to 75/100.

fight4love2642d ago

i agree. at least use 5.

get2sammyb2642d ago

As I've explained numerous times -- it's four points because I believe there are four classifications of game quality: Bad, Alright, Good, or Excellent. It doesn't equate to a 100 point scale.

Pillville2642d ago

Really Bad
Bad
Average
Good
Really Good

You're missing the 'Really Bad' category. Reserved for total abominations such as Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing.

http://www.metacritic.com/g...

OSU_Gamer2642d ago

A 4/4 means perfect. A 3/4 means good in your eyes. There is a big gap between good and perfect.

TheLeprachaun2642d ago

4/4 doesn't mean perfect on their scale. It means Excellent, like he just said. Seeing as he invented that site's scoring system, I'm inclined to believe him over you.

OSU_Gamer2642d ago (Edited 2642d ago )

So then what represents perfect?

Although you may beleive that perfect games don't exist, you still need to have a way to score perfect because that gives a sense of how far from perfect games are. "Excelent" can mean many things, but perfect only means perfect.

"Seeing as he invented that site's scoring system, I'm inclined to believe him over you.

How does him inventing it have anything to do with it being a good scale?

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