Heavy Rain Movie Adapted by ‘Deadwood’ Creator

Posted on January 29, 2011

Following reports and much speculation, Variety has confirmation that Quantic Dream’s Heavy Rain is headed to Hollywood. ‘Deadwood‘ and ‘NYPD Blue‘ creator David Milch has signed up to adapt the interactive movie into a regular movie.

The movie is being developed by production company Unique Features with Warner Bros., which is reportedly ‘fast-tracking’ it.

“David Milch’s incredible ability to transform intense and co…

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Another behind the scenes video for Heavy Rain reveals an interesting controller prototype

Posted on November 11, 2010
Get a glimpse at an interesting controller concept for Heavy Rain.

Heavy Rain only came out a few months ago but with all the stuff going on and the countless games released since February, it feels like a whole year has passed since I last played the adventure based action of Heavy Rain.  But now after seeing a recent crop of behind-the-scenes videos and the newly added feature of PlayStation Move support, I may jump back into Heavy Rain if I ever get any free time.

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Heavy Rain Getting PlayStation Move Support Next Week

Posted on September 14, 2010

The promised Heavy Rain patch adding PlayStation Move support will be released on September 22, Sony has announced, followed soon after by a Move-enabled demo.

The free patch will let you waggle and shake your way through Quantic Dream’s adventure game for growed-ups using the motion-sensing PlayStation 3 peripheral. September 28, meanwhile, will bring a downloadable demo featuring the ‘Sleazy Place’ and ‘Crime Scene’ areas and boasting PS Move support.


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