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Posted: Feb 17 2008, 11:46 PM
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Rainy Woods - Wiki
Rainy Woods Screens for Xbox 360 at GameSpot
Rainy Woods - www.destructoid.com/
Famitsu has posted some information and screenshots of the upcoming PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 survival horror title, Rainy Woods.
Developed by Access Games (Spy Fiction), Rainy Woods puts players in the role of a young FBI criminal investigator who is investigating a mysterious homicide in a quiet, American town.
The game features a morning/noon/night system that will not only change the town visually, but will also alter how the town's inhabitants interact with your character.
The evening will also bring about mysterious apparitions that'll make you scream "Oh my God, what the f**k is that?", and if you're lucky, lots of rain. And as a growing FBI investigator, you're going to need to sleep, and pay close attention to your hunger level, as well -- you wouldn't want to starve or pass out in the middle of a murder investigation, right?
This sends the town into panic. Has the legendary Raincoat Killer returned?
To investigate, the FBI has sent agent David Young Henning to the town to investigate. He's not alone, though, as three peacekeepers from the town support David as he attempts to solve the case. David can also turn to Jeter for advice.
Only problem is, Jeter is a person who exists only in David's mind...
Taking control of David (and his split-personality character Jeter), you find yourself placed in a recreation of a classic American west town, right down to stoplights and paved roads.
The game takes place in a eight kilometer squared sandbox world that features weather and time-based changes.
You're free to move through the town as you see fit. In addition to walking, you also have access to a car. As you investigate the case, you'll learn that there's something not exactly human behind it all.
David is thankfully skilled with the weapons. You'll end up using guns and swords as you face off against creatures who stalk the night.
Rainy Woods Preview - IGN
by Charles Onyett
September 20, 2007 - Possibly the most perplexing thing we've seen at TGS 2007 so far is the Rainy Woods trailer. It's listed on Microsoft's official game list sheet as an RPG, yet after seeing the trailer we have no idea how that's actually possible.
If you've seen David Lynch's Twin Peaks or the Fire Walk With Me film, many elements of this game might be familiar to you.
It seems to star a character named David Young, an investigator in the small American town of Rainy Woods.
Though the game is being developed by a Japanese crew, the trailer's dialogue was entirely in English, leading us to believe this thing will be released in the States at some point.
The trailer starts with an attractive blonde laid out on an autopsy table. Young, donning a noir-style trench coat, bends down to examine her, and appears to procure something from her throat.
Things get far less sensible from there, something any Lynch fan is sure to appreciate. The trailer flashed images of twin little people in fancy suits sitting on red chairs, a guy in a wheelchair strapped with a sinister metallic mask, and cultish symbols scrawled in blood.
Then the blonde showed up again, only this time she was suspended in midair by a thatch of wires in what seemed to be an apartment bathroom. Young busts into the room with some cops to cut her down, and all the while she's either moaning in pain or pleasure.
It was tough to tell from the trailer if she was actually smiling or simply delirious with pain.
One of the cops breaks out a wire cutter to bring her to the floor, and after doing so the trailer gave a not-so-subtle indication that blood sprayed all over the place, though it didn't actually show it.
As a bonus, it appears Young has a multiple personality disorder. Extra levels of confusion confirmed! Based on our previous coverage, Young will be able to move around the sandbox town of Rainy Woods at will to investigate the murder of the blonde, named Anna Graham . He'll also have a car to drive around.
The trailer ended with a lounge singer tonguing lyrics around a smoky bar. Rainy Woods is apparently coming out in 2008.
Posted: Mar 28 2010, 03:20 PM
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This game's title was changed to "Deadly Premonition," so please see the "Deadly Premonition" thread for more information about this game.