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Indigo Prophecy

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Platform: Xbox
Tags: Adventure, Contemporary
Developer: Quantic Dream
AKA: Fahrenheit (EU)

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Staff Reviews

Indigo Prophecy review

Reviewed October 09, 2005

Gary Hartley says: "And then it's over; the mental images cease. A revolted Kane looks down at the corpse he's still kneeling over and at the bloody knife still clasped in his soiled hands. What just took place defies explanation, but the more pressing fact is that corpse laying on the bathroom floor. A corpse that's not getting any less dead. What do you do? This isn't for Lucas to decided; this choice is entirely yours."
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Reader Reviews

Indigo Prophecy review

Reviewed July 13, 2006

amlabella says: "Every year many games come out that are great, but don’t really bring anything new to the table. They may do many things right, but they’re missing something: innovation. With Indigo Prophecy, that is not the case. With highly original concepts that are executed very well, and a game that puts its story and characters above everything else, developer Quantic Dream has succeeded in making a game that sets itself apart from any other one out there. It may not be perfect, but it’s something that sh..."
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System: Xbox; Reviews: 2
Tags: Adventure, Contemporary
Release Date: October 28, 2002 (North America)

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