Rain is the enchanting tale of a boy who chases after a girl with an invisible silhouette. After discovering that the girl is being hunted by ghostly creatures, he embarks on his own journey into the mysterious world of rain to save her. Upon entering the world he discovers that he has also become invisible and he must learn to navigate through the unknown, using the rain to guide and protect him.
Back in March, I referred to PlayStation C.A.M.P.'s then newly-revealed Rain as the 2013's Journey. Anyone who has played Thatgamecompany's hit title probably knows exactly what I'm referring to -- the feeling of awe you experienced upon taking those first steps on an emotional journey to the summit of the mountain. There are no mountains in Rain, just a rain-soaked city in which you -- an invisible boy -- are cast into and left to explore. In place of a sprawling environment are the narrow, flooded streets of a French-inspired town. But those same feelings of curiosity, desperation, and hope are flowing within the game. From dreamlike tune of Clair de Lune to the calming notes of raindrops falling, Rain definitely has more of a tanquil, meloncholy approach.... Read Review