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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

2/18/10 - Heavy Rain: The Origami Killer (Import Playstation 3) - $59.99

Our Price: $59.99
Release Date: 02/18/2010
UPC: 4948872730402
Genre: Adventure
Company: Sony Computer Entertainment
Version: Japan
-from wiki-
Heavy Rain is an upcoming PlayStation 3 video game being developed by French studio, Quantic Dream. The game is being directed by Quantic Dream's founder and CEO David Cage, who also wrote and directed the studio's two previous games, Omikron: The Nomad Soul and Fahrenheit. The game is scheduled to be released on February 18, 2010.David Cage has confirmed a demo, but the Quantic Dream team is still choosing what "Scene" of the game shall be used for the demo.


  • According to a demonstration given to Edge magazine, the game will use a unique control scheme.
  • A trigger button on the PlayStation 3 controller will move the character forward. It will take advantage of the button's analogue function, allowing the user to control the speed of the character's movement by pressing harder or softer on the button.
  • The left analogue stick will control the movement of the character's head and the direction the character moves in relation to where the character is looking. David Cage explains that this frees the movement of the character from the perspective of the camera.
  • The rest of the game is played using a series of context sensitive actions such as picking up a bottle in a grocery store and hitting a robber on the head with it, and quick time events, normally for chase and combat sequences.

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