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Heavy Rain's score is one of the reasons that last year's hit PlayStation 3 game had such an emotional impact on players. On this weeks Minnesota Public Radio podcast, Top Score, Heavy Rain's composer talks about the process of writing music for a game filled with so much drama.
French-Canadian composer Normand Corbeil talks with host Emily Reese about what it was like to work with game visionary David Cage, his work on Quantic Dream’s earlier game Indigo Prophecy, and how he had to write around 300 different musical cues for the game. It’s an interesting listen. Check it out here.
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This game's music gives me chills every time x)
That really was a truly emotional game. When I was playing it I couldn't put it down because of how awesome the story was.
Yay Heavy Rain.
Could never get into it... not twitchy enough for my tastes. But, anyone with eyes and ears could tell that the developers worked their mules off on it, and was a fantastic game.
Awesome game. I got my first platinum trophy with this game. Well worth the buy. I played this game using the move and it worked pretty good with it. Hopefully more dlc will be added.
I've never played Heavy Rain and I have no desire to do so, but the music in the game is amazing! Soundtracks on my list are Mass Effect 1 & 2, any Final Fantasy (though that seems unlikely), Batman Arkham Asylum, Uncharted 1 & 2, and maybe Enslaved (even though I disliked the game overall).
read, this make me want to buy a copy
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It's been quite a while since I've played Heavy Rain and I still remember many of the orchestrated pieces note for note, beautiful score indeed.
One of the top 5 games of 2010 and one of the easiest to platinum. Definitely worth a replay without the trophy hunting.
I like the music in heavy rain.
I really wish this title was availible on 360. I've heard nothing but great things about it.