På det amerikanske PlayStation Forum flyder det over med meldinger fra Heavy Rain-spillere, der har problemer med lydsynkroniseringen, spillet der fryser og auto-saves der ikke vil hentes igen.
Vi har her på redaktionen ikke oplevet nogle af disse problemer efter flere gennemspilninger, og forhåbentlig (for os europæere) er kun den amerikanske udgave ramt. Update: det ser ud til at også special-udgaven af den europæiske Heavy Rain har problemer.
Sony er godt igang med at se, om de kan finde nogle fællesnævnere for problemet, og selv om de siger at det er meget få tilfælde, tager de naturligvis sagen alvorligt, med så højprofileret en titel.
Hvis spillet crasher, anbefaler de dog at vente fem minutter med a reboote Playstation 3-maskinen.
Du kan læse hele deres forum-svar herunder:
"Hi folks, this is just to let you know that the issues reported in this thread and elsewhere are being looked into. We're currently trying to establish any common factors for people who are experiencing game freezing so if you are having trouble please be as thorough as possible with regards to your PS3 setup - are you using a launch version of the console or a brand new slim, playing in standard or high definition (I'm not suggesting that these are potential causes, just making the point)... any information you can give may help to find where the issue lies.
One word of advice we've had already is to avoid switching off your PlayStation while the game is in black screen as this may be affecting your save game. There have been a few reports of incidents where game saves have taken longer than would normally be expected - and with a black screen present it may leave the assumption that the game has crashed. In these circumstances we recommend you wait at least 5 minutes before rebooting - while it's highly unlikely a save will take this long, it's better to be safe than sorry.
While incidents of problems with the game are very low we're working to ensure that everyone gets the Heavy Rain experience they expect. As soon as there is any further information we'll update further."