I fell in love with Forza Motorsport 6 the first time I hit a dynamic puddle at high speed and my BMW went apeshit.
Keiji Inafune of
Mega Man Mighty No. 9 and Soul Sacrifice fame is a man full of opinions. And today, you're going to hear his opinion on Rain. Rain? Yes, Rain.
Rain is one of those games that comes so close to getting everything right that it seems unfair not to praise it just for the proximity.
More often than not, your typical video game is inspired by movies, manga, or other video games. PS3 exclusive Rain is different. Typical, it's not.
Seriously, was the piano not enough? Here it is, in any case: PS3 exclusive touchy-feely platform-adventure Rain's new story trailer, courtesy of the Tokyo Game Show. Stock up on tissues if you're planning to get this game (it gets here on the first of October.)
To me, Sony's upcoming rainy day adventure, Rain, feels like a spiritual successor to the PlayStation 2 classic Ico – the visuals, the atmosphere, playing the part of a child lost in a (mostly) empty world much larger than himself… So much so, that I almost expect Fumito Ueda's name to show up in the end credits.…
Adorable, but melancholy and dreary. For the sake of my sanity, I really hope those two get a happy ending. Rain, Sony Japan's platforming adventure, comes to the PlayStation Network this fall.
So there’s been a veritable drought of information about Rain, the clever precipitation-centric adventure shown off at last year’s Gamescom. But a new look at the Sony Japan and Acquire-developed game just surfaced and it looks absolutely lovely.
Waking up to find his town enshrouded with thick fog, commenter Nimzy wonders if game developers have fully harnessed the power of the weather in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
The story of Rain, the latest fighter coming to Mortal Kombat is a story of revenge. Furious that he would be denied the rank he felt he deserved, Rain joined the faction that orphaned him.
The purple one, Rain, is the latest addition to Mortal Kombat's cast of characters. The god of inclement weather joins the excessively bloody Skarlet and blind swordsman Kenshi as the third downloadable add-on for NetherRealm's ultra gory fighter.