Summary: It's wonderful, it's strange, and it's a lot different than anything else I've ever played. It's an awesome interactive story, every choice and action you make feels so important, it's crazy. I'd recommend this to anyone interested in a psychological horror, with relaxed game play.
Summary: Lots of games today play out like movies. This is one of the first I'd played that did that. There isn't a whole lot of action/playing to it. The fights are a lot of button syncing, and puzzles. But the story in itself is the great fun here, if you play games for their stories, play this one.
Summary: He y'all. I actually bought this game a few years ago. It was my sole purpose for buying a play station 2. I had bought this game not from Amazon. But I wanted to express my admiration to the company that made Indigo, Quantic Dream.
Summary: this game's story alone was so damn good that i didnt wanted the game to end. i had fun with the choices you can make because the re-playability alone is continuous. just like playing a movie, because of this game, we now have heavy rain which is also in a league of its own.
Summary: If there was only one thing that I could give Indigo Prophecy credit for, it would be originality. This game was like nothing I had ever played, and today, only its spiritual successor, Heavy Rain, is anything like it.
Ivan "'There is nothing new under the sun.'", Amazon
9 November 2010
Summary: This is my favorite game on the PS2 system. The characters are believable, story is original, graphics are decent, gameplay is engaging. This is a perfect game. Not to mention the replay value is high as well.
Summary: (note that I played the "Director's Cut" version on a PC: as far as I know, the only differences were sex scenes and nudity that were taken out of this version, as well as somewhat sharper graphics on the PC) With developer Quantic Dream's next game, , now out on the PS3, I went back to check out...