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Indigo Prophecy

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  • Developed by Quantic Dream (2005) on PlayStation 2, Xbox, PC
  • Adventure
  • Play both hunter and hunted in this psycho thriller. Set in New York, Indigo Prophecy gives you the chance to speak, explore, interact, fight, and confront unknown dark forces. In the story, you can play as Lucas Kane, one of the many ordinary people that suddenly begin killing total strangers. Constantly burdened by strange visions, you must keep one step ahead of the police as you try to find out what's happening to you. Indigo Prophecy lets you control one of four characters and lets you make decisions that affect the storyline.
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Indigo Prophecy (Fahrenheit) Review written Tuesday, September 17th, 2013 at 08:41 pm.


The story and gameplay start out promisingly, but then mostly everything starts being stupid. Awful mechanics, bad story-telling, over the top boring action sequences, dumb moments, abysmal gameplay and the ridiculous story. I guess I am not the right man to judge this, since I watched someone else play it, but all the two action mechanics are used over and over again and the story and characters are very uninteresting. Heavy Rain has some problems as well, but it's miles better than this.

Indigo Prophecy (Fahrenheit) Review written Monday, August 19th, 2013 at 12:34 am.


Amazing storyline, unique and open gameplay, where even failure can lead to unexpected gains. It's not perfect, as it's still somewhat linear and the storyline gets bizarre by the end, but it's one of the finest and most original gaming experiences of the past decade. Unforgettable.

Indigo Prophecy (Fahrenheit) Review written Wednesday, July 24th, 2013 at 01:05 pm.


The over the top ending and the lack replay value keep it from being a classic.

Indigo Prophecy (Fahrenheit) Review written Friday, May 17th, 2013 at 11:24 pm.


While showing a lot of potential, Indigo Prophecy (or Fahrenheit) is a seriously flawed adventure game, and the remarkably high ratings it gets remain a mystery to me. Aside from a bit of running around and interacting with items, the gameplay consists almost entirely of long-winded sequences of quick time events or otherwise time-limited challenges. It is a prime example of lazy-ass game design, and it gets tedious fast. Then again, you play Fahrenheit for its story, right? While I certainly agree that it starts out VERY promising - a sort of supernatural thriller/drama - the writers completely lost their shit during the last act, adding one ridiculous twist after the next and destroying every bit of credibility.

Indigo Prophecy (Fahrenheit) Review written Friday, May 3rd, 2013 at 01:05 pm.


Very enjoyable with a bizarre storyline, my re-introduction to QTE since strutting my dance moves in GTA: San Andreas. Not very long and the easy difficulty is really that.

Indigo Prophecy (Fahrenheit) Review written Thursday, April 25th, 2013 at 07:19 pm.


Second best Interactive Drama

Indigo Prophecy (Fahrenheit) Review written Tuesday, March 5th, 2013 at 10:44 am.


The writing in this game feels so golden, the cinematic feel is so wonderful, it feels like a movie. In fact, that's what I love about it, it feels like a movie, yeah the story does kinda go bizarro towards the end but the ride was still amazing. The characters were great, the story is greatly disturbing but it makes it all the better to be invested in. I love the cinematic feel to it and it moves my heart and it's tough to dislike a game that emotionally moves me or to not rank it so high in my mind.

Indigo Prophecy (Fahrenheit) Review written Friday, August 5th, 2011 at 10:47 pm.


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Indigo Prophecy (Fahrenheit) Review written Thursday, June 2nd, 2011 at 05:00 pm.


It is arguable whether Indigo Prophecy/Fahrenheit should be classified as a interactive movie or a videogame. For a game it's plot is excellent but for a movie it is not as good. An interactive movie/game with memorable plot and intense Quick Time Events (QTE) leaves a great impression not forgotten easily.

Indigo Prophecy (Fahrenheit) Review written Saturday, May 7th, 2011 at 10:25 pm.


This game is practically almost identical to Heavy Rain in the way you play it. Sure, it doesnt look as good and the story is a little bit over the top. But still. I played this before Heavy Rain was even announced and I loved it! This interactive "movie games" are awesome, they can really suck you in.

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