Please Tell Us More About Playstation 3 Exclusive Heavy Rain - PushSquare

PushSquare: "Back in the days of the Playstation 2, no game surprised us quite as much as Quantic Dream's "Fahrenheit" (or "Indigo Prophecy" in the USA). A broodingly immersive release brimming with creativity and little in the way of cliche. Whilst the game took a turn for the worse in later chapters, it was in its attention grabbing opening that many hearts were won.

Heavy Rain: The Origami Killer is brimming with the potential of achieving all the promises Indigo Prophecy hinted at."

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- Ghost of Sparta -3501d ago (Edited 3501d ago )

I think we'll see it again at GDC. Still my most wanted PS3 exclusive by the way.

get2sammyb3501d ago

I'm personally wishing it to be a GDC because I want to know so much more. Is a game as ambitious as this still on track for 2009.

I certainly hope so.

Just give me some more premise.

Fatal Blow3501d ago

This will be a great game but it will be diffent then anythng u have played before everything from stroy to gameplay is gonna be great

frayer3501d ago (Edited 3501d ago )

The best way to describe Heavy Rain would be that it is an action/ adventure game equivalent to Bioware's RPG's. Everything you do in Heavy Rain has a consequence, you have moral choices etc

Rip-Ridah3501d ago (Edited 3501d ago )

Well I am glad to see someone excited about this game. It is by far my most anticipated game...EVER. The positive impact that this game may possibly have on our beloved industry is a great thing for all gamers. Heavy Rain could single handedly bring the videogame medium on par with the movie industry as far as mainstream notoriety and being looked upon as a form of "artistic expression." Imagine for a moment, videogames receiving the types of age ratings that movies' receives. (e.g. Rated G, PG, PG-13, R) This is huge because the movie industry, as well as television broadcasts/programs, are allowed to get away with much less censorship than videogames are allowed. Many influential people (congress, politicians, etc.) look upon videogames as a "toy" or "for kids." Just like certain movies and/or tv shows, some videogames are for children; while others cater to an adult audience. Heavy Rain is set to be an experience that has yet to be attempted in videogames. David Cage, the writer and director of Heavy Rain, has already stated that he is going outside of the box when it comes to the mature themes and story for this game. I'll provide a few links that hopefully more of you can get a clearer picture of what this guy is trying to do with Heavy Rain.

This should help clarify some things regarding Heavy Rain. Just click "PDF" and you will have access to the whole magazine which has a 4 page spread interview with Heavy Rain's Director David Cage. It also has a few new screenshots. The interview starts on page 7.

Here is an earlier interview with David Cage:


get2sammyb3501d ago

That was a brilliant post.

xg-ei8ht3501d ago

Just bring me UNCHARTED 2.

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