Loot post time!
Here are a few sweeties I got this week. Nya~m!
Ok, here I have:
- Heavy Rain Collector's Edition (PS3)
- Dante's Inferno (PS3)
- newest K-ON! artbook
Dante's Inferno is a third-person action-adventure game published by Electronic Arts developed by Visceral Games (formerly EA Redwood Shores). The game is loosely inspired by Inferno, the first book of Dante Alighieri's epic poem, The Divine Comedy.
I won't say it's the best game ever, but if you enjoyed DMC and similar stuff, you may also find this one quite engrossing.
A city on the US east coast is being terrorised by the ‘Origami Killer’, whos victims are all discovered drowned, four days after they go missing. Seemingly the only clues: an origami figure and an orchid, discovered on each of their bodies.
The public is gripped by fear and paranoia. The authorities seem no closer to a credible suspect. And now another potential victim has disappeared. As the clock ticks amidst and anxiety, four very different people are drawn into the investigation - each following their own leads in a desperate search for Shaun.
Each of them knows what the cost will be if they don’t reach him in time - and they will soon be forced to ask themselves just how far they are prepared to go…
In Heavy Rain you don’t watch the story – you play it. The dynamic narrative unfolds through the players actions - not cut scenes - and every action has a consequence. The choices you make and the way you interact with other characters have repercussions throughout the storyline. With unprecedented responsibility over the fates of the game’s characters, players will find Heavy Rain an emotional experience unlike any other. It dares to tackle subject matter and themes rarely touched upon in video games, making it a genuinely mature game for a new world of adult gamers.
The collector's edition includes cute box (it looks like it's been rained on), colored pamphlet, small origami and some downloadable content: episode 1 of the Heavy Rain Chronicles, the game's soundtrack and a dynamic XMB.
The beginning of the game gave me a laugh. Is it a simulator of man or what? They even ask you to dry a naked guy with a towel, yuk! But after the training part ends, the game becomes dark and quite harrowing.
It's not a victim's hand, it's mine, don't worry.
K-ON! super illustrations book
An ordinary one, nothing special. In fact, I think there is not enough art in it for its 120 pages. I really don't like this thing when, you know, they print the art only on one page of the spread. So, this book contains about 60 pictures. Part of them are the official art-works which were already used in manga and manga related magazines. The other 40 illustrations are done by different artists and honestly I can't name them gorgeous. A couple of them are pretty cute, for example I really like those with Ritsu you can see below; but several are close to monstrous - like this Mio I uploaded as well.
This super illustration isn't super at all in my opinion.
The book also includes a big poster with Mio on one side and Yui on the other.