PHOSADRA4914d ago

Heavy rain seems like it would be a good game to play with Move.
I think that the imerssive experience will be enhanced.

ALFAxD_CENTAURO4914d ago (Edited 4914d ago )

Don't read the comments below if you are planning to get the game.

Id recommend to Skip every Article or related with Heavy Rain if you are planning to get the game.

ZootHornRollo is Spoiling.

Good thing I finished the game before, so actually is not a spoiler for me.

Conloles4914d ago

Which button for Jason ?

BiggCMan4914d ago

i really wanna see how the driving scene is played with move, the first trial. that should be interesting.

mantisimo4914d ago

I think he likes Glee.

I'm interested in seeing this with Heavy rain but not particularly after watching this video.

SlipperyMooseCakes4914d ago

I think I was stick with the traditional controller on this game.

Theonik4914d ago

Yeah, this looks just like pointless waggle on the Wii...

Lirky4914d ago

lol hes playing madisons scene because he just wants to see her in the shower.

Noctis4914d ago

I think he wants to see Ethan in the shower...

spooky2054914d ago

for this type of game. Imagine having to cut off a limb with a dull object like in a horror to escape a trap like a movie using move or kinect. That would be pretty sweet. Maybe next gen they could implement this much better. For now nothing is more precise than a controller.

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Please stop comparing video games to movies

"Many video games catch not only great commercial attention but remarkable critical attention as well. We have seen games like Heavy Rain, The Last of Us Part II, and even entries in the Metal Gear series described as fantastic interactive experiences, even heralded in the same way as Hollywood's greatest films.

I would suggest that not only is this an unfair comparison but also a harmful one. Video games, by their very nature, are an intricately different medium and should be weighed against one another rather than another form of media," Phillip writes for GF365.

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Fist4achin1110d ago

Yes, please stop. They're better than most hollywood drivel nowadays.

BLAKHOODe1110d ago

I think Hollywood films will becoming increasingly more like video games in the future, especially as the world embraces the "new normal" from the pandemic. It makes sense, as games like Spider-Man: Miles Morales showcase just how realistically we're reaching in graphical capabilities, as well as showcase extreme action sequences in spectacular ways. And as time goes by, it'll get easier and cheaper to produce such "art", as well as create new star "actors" that never age, never die, never complain, never gets involved in scandals, etc. Technology is amazing and we're only just getting a taste of what it'll eventually be.

sourOG1110d ago

No. Some games are like movies.

medman1110d ago (Edited 1110d ago )

No. For the money spent, a quality game provides far more entertainment value than a quality movie. Especially when looking at what is going on in the world, and how a studio can attempt to pilfer from consumers by charging 30 dollars for Mulan via streaming. Ridiculous. There is no all day.


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What exactly is the David Cage experience, and is it of value? We examine two classics, Fahrenheit and Heavy Rain, to find the answer.

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Quantic Dream Celebrates Heavy Rain's 10 Year Anniversary With New Video Series

Quantic Dream has announced a new video series to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Heavy Rain. Check out the first part here.

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ClayRules20121268d ago (Edited 1268d ago )

Have you played Detroit? While it’s my personal favorite, I fully understand many preferring Heavy Rain more. I’m glad you enjoyed Heavy Rain too.

bouzebbal1268d ago

def. one of my top 3 best experiences on PS3

ClayRules20121267d ago


That’s awesome to hear! What’re the other 2 best experiences?