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Heavy Rain
Heavy Rain

PlayStation 3
Genre: Adventure
Developer: Quantic Dream Official Site:
Publisher: Sony
Heavy Rain

Genre: Adventure
Developer: Quantic Dream
Official Site: http://www.quanticdre...
Publisher: Sony
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Saturday, 27 February 2010
Post by trog @ 06:11pm 27/02/10 | 19 Comments
One of the most anticipated and ambitious games for the PlayStation 3 has finally landed! Heavy Rain boasts amazing photo-realistic graphics and a complex, intricate storyline as it attempts to carve out a niche as something almost entirely different in the ever-changing world of video games.

We've taken the game for an extensive spin over the last week, and from the looks of things this is definitely something that PS3 owners will be able to lord over their gaming brethren as a really solid exclusive title. Check out the AusGamers review for the lowdown.
Wednesday, 17 February 2010
Post by trog @ 05:18pm 17/02/10 | 43 Comments
One of the PlayStation 3's most anticipated titles of the year is about to drop - Heavy Rain. For those who came in late, this is a super-atmospheric adventure game by French studio Quantic Dream, and has been raising eyebrows due to it's photo-realistic graphics and animation and it's free-form style of gameplay.

We've checked it out a couple of times in the last few years (here's our 2008 preview) and it is definitely a departure from the norm. It has a really intense style - one of the scenes we saw last year was an incredibly emotional experience involving a father whose son has mysteriously gone missing and the resulting trauma that inflicts on his life.

Sony's marketing engine has kicked off and they're really highlighting the emotive angle of the game with some pretty creepy promotional stuff focusing on the missing son part of the game.

Make sure you check out our game page for more info, screenshots and trailers - if you're a PlayStation owner you're definitely going to want to keep an eye on this one!