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Game Description:Heavy Rain: In this dark, atmospheric mystery game, players jump between four characters as they try to solve a case involving a serial killer known as the Origami Killer. Gameplay consists of guiding the characters through interactions and events by hitting corresponding letters that appear on screen at specific moments, making the experience more akin to an interactive movie than a traditional video game. Featuring stunning visuals, an engrossing story and unique gameplay, this is one storm you'll definitely want to be caught in.
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  • Daily Wrap Up: 1.12.09

    Watch Larger Version of this Video Here's what happened today in the world of video games, technology, and pop culture: The Palm Pre has generated a ton of buzz, but here are some reasons you might want to think twice about it. Raymond Padilla shares his top-three picks of the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show. Neversoft has...

    Posted January 12, 2009| 1 Comment

    Daily Wrap Up: 1.12.09
  • X-Play Previews the 'Big Ones' of 2009

    Everyone knows with a new year comes new expectations. New careers, new love, new things to learn, new adventures... but most importantly new games. Specifically, the AAA blockbuster titles that will probably fuel the mighty console wars of 2009 and account for approximately 75% of gaming forum posts. Let's start the new year right. Join Adam...

    Posted January 12, 2009| 95 Comments

    X-Play Previews the 'Big Ones' of 2009
  • Sessler's Soapbox: Adam Sessler's Crystal Ball

    A New Year brings us many things; resolutions you will never keep, sales that don't really save you any money, and predictions for the next year that hardly ever come true. Enter Adam Sessler! Joining in with the rest of the games journalism community, Adam has decided to dig deep into that giant brain of his and predict what he thinks will...

    Posted January 7, 2009| 61 Comments

    Sessler's Soapbox: Adam Sessler's Crystal Ball
  • 'Heavy Rain' To Use Ridiculously Long Script, 70 Actors, And 170 Days Of Filming

    EuroGamer recently paid a visit to Quantic Dream, the developer of the upcoming PlayStation 3 title Heavy Rain. Like previous Quantic Dream titles, Heavy Rain is heavily story driven and makes extensive use of actors. The Yourpeean gamers learned some interesting stats on the game. According to the site, the game's script is 2,000 pages long,...

    Posted December 11, 2008| 114 Comments

    'Heavy Rain' To Use Ridiculously Long Script, 70 Actors, And 170 Days Of Filming
  • Sony: Exclusivity's 'A Thing Of The Past'

    During last week's Games Convention 2008, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe president David Reeves said to GameIndustry.Biz that console exclusive titles from third party publishers are perhaps "a thing of the past." "It does, and I put it this way: we believe that investment in our own intellectual properties - as particularly...

    Posted August 26, 2008| 42 Comments

    Sony: Exclusivity's 'A Thing Of The Past'
  • 'Heavy Rain' Demo Confirmed, Possible DLC

    Heavy Rain's impressive Games Convention 2008 debut was a presence felt by the media and gamers, and developer Quantum Dream has confirmed (via EuroGamer) that a demo of the title will be available. Studio president David Cage said that, "of course, there will be a demo" for their mysterious adventure title. Cage mentioned that the...

    Posted August 21, 2008| 12 Comments

    'Heavy Rain' Demo Confirmed, Possible DLC
  • 'Heavy Rain' Screenshots

    We're excited for Quantic Dream's emotionally charged action game Heavy Rain; these moody, scary screenshots are amazing, eh? The PlayStation 3 exclusive is planned for a 2009 release.

    Posted August 21, 2008

    'Heavy Rain' Screenshots
  • Sony Details 'Heavy Rain'

    One of the tentpoles of Sony's press conference at this year's Game Convention in Leipzig was upcoming PlayStation 3 game Heavy Rain. While we originally heard about the game at E3 2006, judging from the footage that was shown (soon to be available right here) a lot of work has been done on the game since then. It's an intriguing game: Where...

    Posted August 20, 2008| 19 Comments

    Sony Details 'Heavy Rain'
  • Sony Press Conference Rundown From Leipzig

    Something interesting must be about to happen at the Sony press conference, because they are blocking off the area and throwing everyone out, including members of the press and other Sony employees. Also, instead of being held in a lecture hall or a conference room where everyone could sit and see it, they're having their conference on the...

    Posted August 20, 2008| 17 Comments

    Sony Press Conference Rundown From Leipzig
  • Sessler's Soapbox: E3 is Next Week!

    Posted: May 27, 2009

    24,761 Views | 06:38 | 15 Comments

  • Heavy Rain Pre-E3 Interview

    Posted: May 22, 2009

    23,278 Views | 09:18 | 2 Comments

  • The Big Ones: E3 Edition Part 2

    Posted: April 27, 2009

    16,240 Views | 02:57 | 12 Comments

  • The Big Ones 2009

    Posted: January 12, 2009

    8,884 Views | 02:26 | 6 Comments

  • Sessler's Soapbox: Adam Sessler's Crystal Ball

    Posted: January 7, 2009

    24,292 Views | 05:11 | 7 Comments


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