I suppose you were expecting too much about the game. And you're nitpicking. I don't play interactive Nobel prizes, but I suppose I'm low on standards. I don't know how you can feel cheated by a game. It's a game. I'm still convinced you took the game for something marketing said it was. And like every marketing, it was false promises. I knew about Heavy Rain only a few month ago, only watched one demo scene (and played the demo), never knew David Cage before, never heard his (apparently) pretentious declarations. It could change everything. For me, Heavy Rain is a surprise, and an incredibly good surprise (the last games were Infamous, where your choices don't change anything, Prototype, five minutes of fun, and Uncharted 2, no moral, no scenario, massive killing in beautiful corridor-like backgrounds).
Okay. Shadow of the colossus, mature. Heavy Rain, Cop. And Flower (a game I love) is mature because you feel guilty when you see the wasteland of the fourth level (at least, I felt). It’s not ? I don’t get it. Wait, wait ! I felt guilty playing Heavy Rain ! No, no, it’s not mature, sorry. Last Guardian, even if we don’t know anything about it, will be mature I presume. In fact, mature means Ueda, maybe.
I'm french, but I played the game in english, because the actors are not french. I started a new story in french, but was too much involved in the game (when you become to dream about it, it's a sign to stop ^^) so I'm not very far, and I can't tell. I also am unable to see what's so terrible in the english version. My average english should inform you about that :P
(for those who did not play Heavy Rain yet, don't read the spoiler marks here… it would really ruin everything)
Last edited by Yohmi; 02/26/2010 at 09:24 am.