Summary: Fun game to play through. Not one to take seriously but it was fun going through the different areas and completing. The story is more like comedy with the stiff acting and generic scenes. I had fun going through it though to see what happens.
Pros: Not as much a game as it is an interactive story, but I still enjoyed it.
Cons: The controls can be a bit awkward to work with, especially in quick time events. You use R2 to walk like you are driving your character like a car. I don't seem much replay value in the game either, but it was a decent 8 hours.
Summary: After hearing about/watching its gameplay, with elements like mashing the square button until your fingers hurt (more on that later) and leaning the six axis controller to dodge punches, I was skeptical.
Summary: Let me start off by saying that I thoroughly enjoyed this game. The story was amazing and I enjoyed being able to jump between the four main characters. I will say though that the identity of the killer is predictable. So predictable in fact that I knew who it was after about three hours in.
Summary: I haven't finished the game yet, but what I have seen so far has impressed me. Loses one star only because the controls can be a bit complex and I'm a firm believer that the controls should get out of the way rather than be part of the challenge in moving forward in a game.
Summary: The first time I played through Heavy Rain, I knew the game was something special. I was just...different. Sure the story was far fetched and it gets even more so as the game progresses, but it was odd in that great way.
Summary: This unique video game experience (and it is that, precisely) isn't for everyone. It's, in my humble opinion, for folks who want a little bit of novelty in their collection, and avid appreciators of the true artistry that is becoming more prevalent in the creation of new, particularly...