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Fact: Sony’s PS3 Is Making Money, Heavy Rain Earned Double Its Investment [Sales] [Data]

By Mitch Walters in News

Sony is making money hand over fist with the new approach to gameplay and high fidelity graphics that Heavy Rain brings delivering a one of a kind emotional and immersive experience for gamers worldwide. In a report released today detailing a talk in Poland by Guillaume de Fondaumiere of Heavy Rain developer Quantic Dream it has been revealed by Quantic Dream that Heavy Rain made Sony “over 100 million Euros” with development and marketing for the game numbering around 54 million (displaying a profit of almost double and still running) and will be seen for future generations to come as the game that has brought about the end of the war on creativity.

No longer should we look to clones, sequels, prequels, and threequels for our inspiration and our money can finally be spent on new experiences as the market slowly but surely begins to recognize the achievements being made by games like this as well as the upcoming Beyond: Two Souls for PlayStation 3 from Quantic Dream.

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