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Heavy Rain - Chapter 4 - Sleazy Place (STFU PLAYTHROUGH)
Scott enters a run-down hotel in search of Lauren Winter, a prostitute and the mother of Johnny Winter, a victim of the Origami Killer. He bribes the front desk clerk to find out which room she's in. She tells him to put his money on her table, believing Scott to be a customer. She begins to take off her robe, but notices Shelby just standing there and tells him to take his clothes off. Shelby tells her that he's not a customer. Shelby is a private investigator and wishes to inquire about the circumstances under which Johnny disappeared, in the hope it will provide some clue in unmasking the identity of the Origami Killer.
The player must work strategically in order to successfully divulge information from Lauren, who is distressed and not easily willing to help Scott. She mentions that her son lived with her and that he was best thing that ever happened to her. She wanted to stop turning tricks, but she needs the money to move out of the motel where she is living. Depending on the player's decisions, this chapter can have several outcomes, but ultimately Lauren tells Scott to get out. He leaves the room and has an asthma attack. After taking his medicine, he sees one of Lauren's ex-clients barge into her room. Soon after, Lauren cries out as the client presumably starts beating her up.
The chapter also introduces a new interaction sequence style for the player, in the form of Quick Time Events (QTE's). This technique requires the player to mimic commands displayed on the screen quickly and accurately in a sort of visual Simon Says. Should the player wish to intervene and stop Troy from abusing Lauren, there will be a fight scene between Scott and Troy, which can either be won or lost; it doesn't really effect the storyline. Alternatively, the player can choose not to get involved and simply walk away.
Regardless of the player's choices, the chapter ends with Scott leaving the hotel after leaving his business card on the kitchen table in the hope that Lauren will contact him.