@believer258 said:Now, Gears of War can have my praise and Cliffy B. can have my money for that game. It's the game that made shooting from cover popular, and for very good reason. I haven't, erm, "played" Heavy Rain. I say "played" with quotations because from what I've seen, it's a long game with a lot of QTE's and not much else to actually "play" with. Not hating on the game, mind you, but I don't see the appeal at all.Bah, I sometimes feel like the only person who thinks Uncharted is nothing more than "OK". It isn't original or creative or amazing, it's like Gears of War and Tomb Raider had a baby that tries to do everything its parents do but can't seem to quite grasp it. Not saying it's bad, it is most definitely not, but I don't see the praise at all.Yeah, I don't understand it either.It was a good game, and pretty enjoyable, but I just don't get all the hype and praise (much like Gears, in fact). It's an 8/10 game for me, very good as a cover-based TPS (the platforming was lacking), but nothing revolutionary or mind-blowing like some people make it out to be. As far as PS3 exclusives go, I personally found Heavy Rain to be the generally more enjoyable experience (despite the jank... and the dumb conclusion). Say what you will about QTEs, but the Heavy Rain/Indigo Prophecy route is one of the directions adventure games should take. Point and click will always have its place, but it's also time to move on.