Post Factum: Indigo Prophecy

Josh Rai writes: Indigo Prophecy (known as Fahrenheit in Europe) was one of the most unique games of the last generation. In honour of Heavy Rain's release (Quantic Dream's spiritual successor to Indigo Prophecy) I thought I'd take a look back at it and talk about its successes and failures.

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Hakimy3794d ago

Indigo Prophecy was indeed a unique game.It's one of the reasons I'm excited for Heavy Rain.I considered Indigo Prophecy one of 3 unique games on PS2 with Okami and Shadow of the Colossus and gamespot gave it the "best game no one played" award in that year.But I also agree that the story kinda disappoints in the end so I hope that this won't be the case with Heavy Rain.Unique games should be supported by gamers or the market will be flooded with FPS & shooters oneday (if not already).Developers should feel that their creativity is being noticed and being supported by gamers.We don't want another sad case like Okami,one of the best games that came out last decade but only few gamers appreciated it ;)

TheDudeAbides3794d ago

I remember playing this game, it was very unique

trgz3794d ago

Played Indigo Prophecy & Omikron:The Nomad Soul and enjoyed both. Based on that trend it looks like there's a high chance I'd play Heavy Rain if it came out on the PC - here's hoping.

Lirky3794d ago

I just got done playing indigo prophecy for pc and i got another ending instead of the other. It was actually the un bizarre ending and left the story opened to have a part II.

peeps3794d ago

i played it for the first time a few months ago in anticipation of heavy rain. I loved it but the super natural bits towards the end spoiled it from being perfect imo. But it appears heavy rain is a much more sensible/mature storyline and so i'm even more excited. can't get it until friday here in the uk though :(