Rain Launch Trailer Released

Monday, September 30th, 2013

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The launch trailer for SCE Japan Studio and PlayStation C.A.M.P’s PlayStation 3 title rain has gone live. The game will officially hit the PlayStation Network in North America tomorrow, October 1st, and will cost $14.99 US.

Players will have control over an invisible boy who can only be seen when standing beneath the falling rain; and even then, he’s only a silhouette. His career as a transparent individual began when he first spotted an invisible girl outside in the rain. After following her, he too becomes impossible to see unless covered by rainwater. He also becomes aware that the girl is being chased through the streets by invisible monsters. It’s up to players to help the boy maneuver through the world.

See the trailer down below, and let us know what you think about this upcoming title in a comment. You have until the end of the day today to pre-order the game and receive some nice pre-order bonuses for doing so.

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