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.
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...
Suspense, style and the supernatural. A tale of the occult that holds you firmly in your seat... until it falls apart.
Liquid Identity, Amazon
16 July 2006
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.
Interesting story completely undone by the interface.
16 July 2006
Summary: Imagine. if you will, sitting down to read a good book. It is getting good then suddenly, some guy runs in, takes the book, force feeds you a gallon of malt liquor and makes you to play a round of dance dance revolution. If you win, you get the book back and he will try again later.
Summary: Well first off to play this game is totally unique which is the games biggest plus but if your looking for a long lasting challenge then this game isn't for you since I only bought Indigo Prophecy (or Fahrenheit as it is called here in the UK) Thursday and completed it Friday with a pretty poor two...