- Sony Blog Manager Fred Dutton
shared details today on the Rain: the story behind 2013's most intriguing PSN release below.
To quote: Hopefully you found the time last week to take a look at the haunting new trailer for Rain - the new adventure game from Japan Studio heading to PlayStation 3 later this year.
It's shaping up to be one of the most intriguing PSN titles of the year, channeling the same sense of freewheeling creativity that made Journey, The Unfinished Swan and Tokyo Jungle such stand-out experiences.
The setup is simple - you play as a lone boy who finds himself alone in a mysterious rain-soaked city. The twist? He's completely invisible, except for the outline of the precipitation running off his body.
You'll guide him through this strange world as he goes in pursuit of a girl who's seemingly suffering the exact same predicament, while also trying to evade malevolent hostile forces.
I sat down with the game's producer Noriko Umemura when she was in London last week and dug a little deeper into this fascinating title.
Rain has one of the more unusual set-ups in recent memory. Where did the idea come from?
When we gathered together, we had one thing in common - we wanted...