110w ago - SCEA Product Marketing Manager Jefferson Dong has confirmed today that Heavy Rain: Director's Cut for PS3 begins shipping on November 8, 2011.
To quote: Heavy Rain, one of the most talked-about titles ever to be released exclusively for PS3, will be re-released next week, but this time with lots of extras making it the perfect gift for the holidays.
In addition to the original game, Heavy Rain: Director's Cut will include DLC, the original soundtrack, bonus videos, and more. One loaded release for the great price of $29.99!
Heavy Rain: Director's Cut starts shipping on November 8th in the US. Here is a list of all the great content fans can look forward to:
• Complete, original game, Heavy Rain
• Heavy Rain Chronicles: Episode 1 - The Taxidermist DLC
• Heavy Rain Original Videogame Score by award-winning film and television composer, Normand Corbeil (16 tracks)
• New front-end menu and interface with built-in Move support
• A series of 8 "Making of" Bonus Videos
• Three Dynamic Themes (Heavy Rain, Heavy Rain ARI Forest, Heavy Rain ARI Mars)
• 15 additional pieces of new concept art
• 2 bonus Trailers (Thank You Trailer, Love Trailer)
As a thank you to all current (and future) Heavy Rain fans, SCEA is making the Heavy Rain Crime Scene Dynamic Theme available FREE through the PlayStation Network (PSN) to commemorate the release of the Heavy Rain: Director's Cut.
Starting November 8th, PSN members can download this visually stunning dynamic theme, depicting one of the game's most chilling crime scenes visited by FBI profiler, Norman Jayden, in his frantic search for the Origami Killer.
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The red case looks awesome. Its a brilliant game even though its a quick finish depending on how good you are with games it has a interesting story line, the only reason you'll finish it quick is it'll hook you in and you'll want to know what happens hence the long sessions.
Right, you don't need to start a new every time you want to see an other ending. You can load a chapter from your savegame and let a character die and play through the end. This saves another ending. So spunkybunny, it's not BS, the timestamps are real !
I got the platinum very quickly myself, just need to load from certain chapters. There are 26 endings, or should I say... variations of the end, without spoiling too much, for example if the FBI agent lived, that's one ending, if he died, that's another ending. Effectively two different endings straight away there. So 26 endings can be done over two days with ease.
Thats total BS. I finished the game once in 4 days and as one of the trophies is to see all the endings they would have to finish it 17 times. Even a fast play through took me 2 days. Just the load times is a few hours then there is the gameplay. It takes at least about 4-5 mins to load each level.
When it was first talked about before it came out and to hype it up they said it had 26 endings but it looks like it ended with 17... I've seen 3 so far, on my 4th play through now.
The DLC has 5 endings and I've only seen 4 of them. I can't work out how to do the last one yet but I'm still trying.