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Heavy Rain
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5 years, 4 months ago at May 31 7:34
I'm hoping this game opens the floodgates. There's so much to love here with the story told through multiple narratives, gorgeous cinematics and shocking twists-- you can almost forgive the sloppy controls and plot holes big enough to drive a mack truck through. It's revolutionary though - I hope - and I want to see more games of this kind.

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4 years, 5 months ago at Apr 10 6:12
I can't say that Heavy Rain is terribly innovative, because it plays very similarly to Fahrenheit/Indigo Prophecy. However, considering that exceedingly few games play that way, it still feels unique and fresh. I am incredibly impressed with the way this game tells it's story, and how the story can change based on the players decisions and performance. Also, this game has some of the most depressi... read more

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4 years, 5 months ago at Apr 21 7:44
Unbelievably complex while at the same time being completely human and nuanced, one can’t help but be immersed in Heavy Rain. Brought to being by the creators of the almost-amazing Indigo Prophecy (worth a playthrough), they have truly shown the power of storytelling through video games. By putting the player in control of the five principal characters, the story inadvertently follows them and i... read more
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As a child goes missing, his father tirelessly works to rescue him, while a journalist, an FBI agent, and a private detective try to identify his kidnapper known only as the "Origami Killer".
Release date: 23 February 2010
Tags: Thriller (5), PS3 (4), Crime (4), Quantic Dream (3), Mystery (3), Adventure (3), Completed (3), Follow-up (2), PS3-exclusive (2), Interactive Drama (2), UK (2), Killer (2), 15€ (1), Console:PS3 (1), 25-3-14 (1), Horror (1), Gaming 2k13-14 (1), Special (1), Beat It (1)
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" Heavy Rain was the turning point for me when I realised that the PS3 just hands down have the best exclusives. At the time this game came out, Valkyria Chronicles, Uncharted 1 and 2, Killzone 2, Resistance 1 and 2, Ratchet & Clank Tools of Destruction, Metal Gear Solid 4 and a whole other slew of fantastic first-party titles was available on the PS3. Other than that, everyone of them were completely different experiences of their own, and Heavy Rain is the definition of different. An interacti"


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jessplayin posted a review 6 months ago

“While graphically beautiful and told in an interesting fashion, Heavy Rain is an overall disappointing. Focusing on red herrings to hold together a tenuous plot ridden with holes, Heavy Rain simply follows Quantic Dream's bad habit of games not delivering a full punch.” read more

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