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Heavy Rain
#16
I could do both them things, but no,
tonight I will be playing Heavy Rain on the PS3

(and MAG)(and Bioshock 2)
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#17
Just finished first play though, awesome game, really quite powerful,
in some ways it was more like reading a really good book, watching a hard hitting film wrapped up with playing a game !
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#18
i wouldnt have brought him a ballon little git dosnt do as his told
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#19
every game in my area is out of stock, its strange they dont even have any boxes on the shelf.

Also noticed game are over charging on the xbox accessories. wireless headet is £40 (fiver over rrp) and the batteries are £1 over list price too.
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#20
I'm not sure I can be arsed with it, ive just got to the bit where id waiting for parker at the police station, does the pace pick up?

The game looks good and the mechanics are fine I'm just getting bored of the story
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#21
Honestly,
play it more, you have got to the part where it gets going !!!
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#22
any more thoughts on Heavy Rain Slappy?
I noticed you playing it last night.
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#23
Yeah finished it last night. Graphics & music great, predicted the story but it was still very good. Think as a demo for the next formula of what games should aim to achive its done an excellent job.
Reminded me of the emotion engine claim on the ps2, which never materialized, well I think it just has in the form of heavy rain.

It's just like they say one long interactive cut scene, found the whole let's be a father in the first part a chore, but I supose they are trying to make you feel emotionally attached.

Will be interesting to play through again and see if different decision really do make a major change
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#24
Cool, I knew it would be worth sticking with.
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