Great game, but controls take some getting used to
26 November 2013
Summary: The graphics are slightly dated, but considering it's a game on the Playstation 2, that's to be expected. Everything else about this game however is amazing! Fair warning though, this game does have some odd controls that take a little getting used to, however that pretty much applies to all games made by Quantic Dreams. Odd controls is kind of their thing.
Summary: when i purchased this game i thought it was going to be all violent and stuff. However, it is not as violent as i expected but it does contain some sexual references which i though was pretty funny. The story line is decent the game play is clever. I enjoyed playing this game and i recommend it to anyone who is into mystery/psychological thrillers. 8/10.
Summary: I was surprised how addicting Indigo Prophecy was. The mysterious storyline easily draws you in. I liked that we could explore or choose options that affect our outcome in the end, but you don't have total free reign and still have to stick to the plot. You also get to control multiple characters in the game and experience the storyline from their points of view. There were no action scenes (that you control) or fighting which also surprised me.
Summary: Let's start with the pros and cons, for those of you who don't like to read the entire reviews. PROS: - Great storyline - Very good graphics--for 2005, that is. - New concept: manage mental health - New concept: almost everything is done via analog sticks CONS: - I don't care if you're a novice to gaming or you're thirty and living in your mom's basement because you've been stuck on video games since you were twelve--this game has only about thirteen hours of game play,...
One of the creepiest and most well written games you'll ever play
N. Durham "Big Evil", Amazon
23 March 2007
Summary: Indigo Prophecy is one of those surprisingly great and terribly underrated and unnoticed games that come along every now and then. Despite it's low-res graphics and textures, Indigo Prophecy features an incredibly dark and gloomy atmosphere thanks to some creepy and bloody cinematics, as well as one of the most well written and original stories you will ever find in a video game.
Summary: If you like playing games for the story then you will like this game, but if your a looking for action you will be disappointed. For the most part you control the story, whatever you do will have a consequence good or bad. If you die you can let the game end there or load and try again. Through out the game you will play as four characters, a man who was possesed and murdered another man, and two cops who are on his trail.
Summary: Indigo Prophecy is in some ways a very innovative adventure game, and in other ways, extremely old fashioned with regards to the devices it puts you up against to get you through the story. Luckily, the game as a whole survives the weird amalgam of new and old school, and makes for an intrigueing and exciting experience. The story is what makes the game stand out the most, though.
Summary: Indigo Prophecy is a game I happened upon by chance. I had never heard of it before, and I knew nothing about it, other than the box looked interesting. Imagine my surprise when I put the disc in my PS2 and started it up -- it's right up there with the best adventure games I've played. From the opening scenes, Indigo Prophecy centers around telling a story.
Summary: So many games have attempted to bring a cinematic experience to the video game medium. This game actually is a movie (the main menu says "Play Movie"), but the interactivity that "Indigo Prophecy" features is truly awesome. Lucas Kane, just another New York citizen, enters in a hypnotic trance, and murders another man in the restroom. When he snaps out it, he realizes what a brutal murder he's just committed.