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T. Scoggin, Amazon
18 September 2008
Summary: I don't even really know where to begin. I want to give this game five stars, and I want to give it one star. One thing I can say is that it did keep me playing it until the end. As in most reviews, the thought here is, Indigo Prophecy tries, and succeeds to make its story the focal point of the fun... it's fun til you're about half way through, that is.
Summary: First off, I should praise whoever made this game because it's certainly different, especially among adventure games. For this, I'm willing to cut them a bit of slack. Despite what I say below, the game is pretty fun, if you like adventure games. The story is decent, and the character models (especially the faces) and voice acting are pretty good.
Suspense, style and the supernatural. A tale of the occult that holds you firmly in your seat... until it falls apart.
Liquid Identity "OCW", Amazon
1 June 2007
Summary: Indigo Prophecy is a modern story of the occult told from two opposing perspectives. While the forces of law find themselves pulled deeper and deeper into a bizzare crime, a man finds himself pulled deeper and deeper into insantiy as he loses control over his mind and body. From the very beginning, this game catches your attention and holds it. The story is so rich and intriguing that so can't help but play on.
Summary: I was intrigued when I first played the demo; the "choose-your-own-adventure" books that I enjoyed as a kid were back in grownup form, in a video game! I certainly appreciated the dynamic of first playing as the killer, Lucas Kane, then turning right around and playing as the cops that would be chasing him.