Articles tagged with: Heavy Rain
It has been revealed via the US and EU blogs that Heavy Rain Chronicle: Episode 1 – The Taxidermist will be released on the PS Store in all regions on April 1st, and will cost $4.99/€3.99/£3.19.
Many of you have been experiencing problems with Heavy Rain since launch. The frustrating issues included random freezing in the game which can dampen the enjoyment of the PS3 thriller.
Today that should all change with a new 38mb patch taking the game to version 1.02.
Good news for those of you who missed out on Heavy Rain the first time, its now restocked across all major retailers!
Neil Labute was recently interviewed by PlayStation about how Heavy Rain inspired his short film “How Far Would You go For Love?”
It appears that not only is Heavy Rain revolutionising the gaming industry, its also having effects on the outside as well.
In this second episode of Special Edition Unboxed, we’re taking an in-depth look at the Special Edition of the incredible Heavy Rain. This version of the game is exclusive to the PAL region, and in the UK is only available in HMV.
If you pre-ordered Heavy Rain, you should have received your DLC code today. It actually works now too!
Welcome to our monthly feature were we tell the world what’s been happening over the last month at PS3 Attitude.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few days, you’ll probably have caught the Heavy Rain launch on Friday.
If you didn’t, then its your lucky day, because we attended one.
Heavy Rain released in Europe on Wednesday, or comes out tomorrow in the UK.
Many of you have purchased or pre-ordered the special edition of the game that comes with the first episode of DLC, a dynamic theme, and the soundtrack.
Reports are in that our friends in the USA are having issues with their copies of Heavy Rain. Is all of Sony’s excellent promotional work about to be washed away?
With the release of Heavy Rain this week, I thought I’d revisit some of the most innovative games that have graced the PlayStation 3 in the last few years.
Nowadays, it feels like every other game is a direct copy of Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto, so it’s refreshing when a game pushes the boundaries and pioneers something which is genuinely new.
Sony has today revealed the commercial for PS3 exclusive Heavy Rain on their blog.
The unique crime thriller title released in North America today, releases in Europe tomorrow, and finally in the UK on Friday.
Sony have confirmed that Heavy Rain will not go on sale in the United Arab Emirates – another one bites the dust?
Sony has announced details on the launch events around the UK for Heavy Rain this month.
As the crime thriller is one of the biggest games of the year, Sony want to make sure we all know about it, and so are going to be sitting themselves in some of the country’s entertainment stores.
David Cage, CEO and founder of Paris-based developer Quantic Dream has revealed that Heavy Rain was initially designed to incorporate motion control.
In an interview with Dagbladet.no (translated via MTV Multiplayer), Cage claimed the game still had leftover code from the initial stages of development and suggested we stay alert for an announcement over the coming weeks.
Could it be anything other than an update for Heavy Rain which will see the game supporting Sony’s upcoming Motion Controller?
When we learned that the Heavy Rain demo was available to download a week before its official release, we were excited. After all, Heavy Rain is our #2 Most Wanted Game of 2010 and the anticipation is overwhelming.
Did the Heavy Rain demo exceed our expectations or were we left disappointed?
In an interview with CVG, Sony’s product manager for Heavy Rain has commented that the platform holder has taken a gamble by supporting Quantic Dream’s magnum opus – but that ultimately they have faith in the team and the game.
Will this faith pay off?
Today it was announced that Heavy Rain has officially gone gold and the game is ready to be manufactured. A demo has also been confirmed to hit the PlayStation Store in North America.
Heavy Rain is well on its way to becoming akin to a cinematic masterpiece. There’s a reason why this is our #2 Most Wanted Game of 2010; fantastic story, dramatic scenarios, the list could go on into eternity.
The latest trailer, which is solely comprised of real-time in-game footage, showcases all of it. If you have yet to become excited for this title, now is the time to do so…