04-03-2010 03:36 PM - edited 04-03-2010 03:38 PM
Hello, from official page existing only those codes:
Heavy Rain SCEI BCJS-30040 02/18/10 JP
Heavy Rain SCEA BCUS-98164 02/23/10 US
Heavy Rain SCEA 02/23/10 AS
Heavy Rain SCE Australia BCES-00797 02/25/10 AU
Heavy Rain (Collector's Edition) SCE Australia 02/25/10 AU
Heavy Rain SCEE BCES-00797 02/26/10 EU
Heavy Rain (Collector's Edition) SCEE BCES 00797/S 02/26/10 EU
but i´ve got BCES 00458, and plastic box is also strange, more bigger then classic cases and lower quality (i buy brand new original game so what the hell ? ) and game include only 1 language ! ! ! is that joke or what ?
my question is: What the ***** is that ?
on 04-03-2010 04:25 PM
Oh, I dont know... I come from Germany...
But I think there is something wrong with the disc... Maybe its a fake disc....
Because I think its not normal, that the game has only one language file....
My EU Collecters Edition has.... let me gues.... 5 languages???
When you have no bugs or glitches I will buy this fake in Czech Republic next time ;-)
on 08-03-2010 11:25 PM
I have the same problem:
BCES-00458, bought from Finland (popular shop)
Contains only one language (english).
Case is like 3-4mm bigger than normal ps3 game's cases. (what?)
Asking the same question "what the f*** is that?!"
08-03-2010 11:33 PM - edited 08-03-2010 11:37 PM
BCES-00458 is the UK standard edition I think.
English language only.
My version is 00458 - UK standard bought from Gamestation.
on 11-04-2011 09:35 PM
I have the BCES 00458 version as well. Bought it at Amazon.co.uk, promised me a DLC, no f..ing DLC. Bought DLC in PSN store even though I bought it with the game. Doesn't work. PSN gives me the shaft and claims no refund. I decide on a formal complaint by physical mail to SCEE in the UK and to the European consumer service based on discrimination that I live in one state and services are restricted because I bought an identical product in another state. I can understand restrictions because of state laws such as removing Nazi insingia in Call of Duty in Germany. What I cannot stand is that they restrict the discs to terratories but not your current location. What if I move to Germany and take my games with me, am I breaking German laws to be in possession of such material. Why isn't this updated through the PSN network along with languages based on location and system settings, thus abiding to state and regional laws?
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