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Walter is left alone, finds the happiness...
ATTENTION: The story of this game was invented, is not based on a true story!

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shadowreptileshadowreptile

Rated 3 / 5 stars February 8, 2012

good start mate, couldve been a little better but still not a bad game



MessiaHMessiaH

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars February 3, 2012

Badly programmed mess.

Heavy Rain was a slow game at times, and relied on emotional manipulation. However, it did at least vary the tempo and developed character, as well as having a decent (though heavily flawed) moral to it. This is just a piece of rubbish. It's boring, I have no sympathy or empathy for Walter because I wasn't given a reason other than that his unknown girlfriend was dead and we weren't even told how she died, the 'gameplay' (if you can even call it that) wouldn't even be acceptable as an extra on a bargain-bin DVD menu, and the message was ridiculous. People who kill themselves do so because they see it as their last resort, they need to be helped and know they have a way to deal with whatever trauma they're dealing with. Stuff like this totally spits in the face of the complexity of depression, by bringing it down to a childish status of "death causes loneliness, loneliness causes depression, depression causes suicide and suicide leads to escape". What about his remaining family and friends? They obviously cared for him and yet they just stand at the graves acting like he did the right thing, when they had every opportunity to help him sort his life out if they knew he was that desperate. There are films and games that fail to convey their message and that's one thing, but when a 'game' (loose sense of the word) contrives to create the complete opposite result of what it was trying to achieve, that's a travesty.

You get a point for the unintentionally hilarious scene of the old man dying and apologising for having a heart attack mid-sentence, and for the music which was pleasant. Other than that, this is just about the most worthless five points I've ever earned. I'd rather pass a kidney stone then ever lay eyes on this pretentious holocaust of imagination ever again.


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flashmongerflashmonger

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars January 29, 2012

The moral of the story:

Killing yourself solves your problems!


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LoticaLotica

Rated 0 / 5 stars January 23, 2012

Good for those who are lonely...

Seriously man, this was utter garbage. I know you was trying to be artsy and cute, but in this sense, it doesn't work.

The presentation was lack-luster, the main point of the game was as subtle as fart humor, and... well, the only good part of this train-wreck was the music, even though listening to it for the second time seemed to be a bit annoying. I don't know why.

Psychicpebble hit the nail on the head! The game was terrible. Plain and simple.

Try to come up with something original and not something that is trying to be pretentious, like this.


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dwoodedwoode

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 9, 2012

Well...

I actually really liked the art style,and the story was good

Only two things I didn't like which was the way he moved looked silly and took away the seriousness. And the script was sometimes poorly written in parts.

Overall, I liked it, good job.