Posts Tagged ‘Heavy Rain’
David Cage can’t be stopped
You really ought to have played these already.
Being bad is clearly good, and there’s often bad guys we want to win. So here’s some.
Inspired by Kotaku staff’s posts detailing their favourite gaming moments of 2010, I thought I’d compile the moments I shared with my PS3 over the last year that really struck a chord. And yes, SPOILERS abound.
It’s grey outside. it’s depressing. I’m not going to try and fight it.
Upon hearing the rumour that Kratos may appear in the upcoming PS3 version of Mortal Kombat, we were inspired to come up with five other famous PlayStation characters who could also fit the bill.
We love Nolan North, the voice actor behind Nathan Drake, but he’s in a lot of games. Could motion capture open up the field to new and different talent?
[Massive Spoilers!] Some of Heavy Rain’s lost content has been revealed, but was it best to chop it or should some of it have been saved? We take a look, but don’t read if you don’t want things spoilt.
It seems more and more that sex is the last great taboo in videogames, but developers still feel a long way away from portraying it in an adult fashion.
Licensed movie games are, with very few exceptions, utter twaddle that do no service to their respective sources whatsoever. But there are games that pay tribute to movies with style, it’s just that they tend to do it in a totally unofficial capacity. Here’s the best five we could think of in a hurry…
When it comes to games, I definitely have masochistic tendencies. I’ll give you an example…
Having enjoyed Monkey Island II’s commentary track we suggest some other games that we would enjoy having some commentary on.
What’s wrong with being sexy? Nothing, of course. But being sexist… now, that’s bad. We all know that games, by and large, do tend to be a bit sexist, what with being targeted at confused adolescent males an’ all. But what of the sexism of characters within games themselves? Here’s a list of the five most sexistist characters ever…
This week we take a walk through the Heavy Rain gallery of fan appreciation.