Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered Has A Launch Trailer

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What may be the worst kept secret in the games business right now, due to Quantic Dream still not officially announcing it and the fact that it was pre-order available on Amazon days ago, Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered is coming to PC, Mac and iOS devices on January 29th. Not only do we have a release date, we even have a launch trailer for the game, made by the publishers at Aspyr Media, themselves.

Close to 10 years since the initial launch, Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered will feature controller support, will be based off the uncensored European version and will feature “updated graphics.” It’s a far cry from “high-definition graphics” as advertised on Amazon, although that text descriptor can be found on the Fahrenheit website (that Quantic Dream pretends isn’t live right now). That controller support extends to iOS, with both versions able to pull the Halo Anniversary Edition maneuver of flipping between old and updated graphics at a moment’s input.

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For those who know David Cage’s storytelling through Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls, Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy may play a bit differently to their expectations. For example, it’s actually possible to achieve a Game Over, despite it being an alleged “failure of game design” for story-driven titles. Additionally, based on dialogue choices, characters can have both negative and positive reactions that may lead to benefits or consequences as the story progresses. It was very much a pre-cursor to Telltale Games’ gameplay focus on choice, and will look to hold up as viable to a new audience ten years later.

Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy will be released tomorrow on PC, Mac, Linux and iOS for $9.99.


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