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Indigo Prophecy Remastered Launch Trailer

Posted on January 29, 2015 at 11:26 am by Stephen Janes

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Quantic Dream’s cult title Indigo Prophecy (or Fahrenheit in Europe) is the latest to receive the remastered treatment and is out today for PC, Mac, Linux and iOS. There are no immediate plans to release the game on any home console.

Days ago, there was a screenshot of Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered that had people talking, but there was not a lot of backing to it. Fans tied this to a teaser website called achillingfeeling.com which was seen with a daily countdown and the tagline for Indigo Prophecy, “Guilt is a chilling feeling.” The site now redirects to the official website of the game.

The remaster features updated HD graphics, touch-based controls (mainly for iOS), “full controller support” and the ability to switch between classic and HD graphics. The game is now fully uncensored, meaning you can get your kicks off of a fully animated sex scene that is seeping with awkwardness.

The new version does look better than it’s PlayStation 2 counterpart, but it doesn’t look perfect. Some of the faces just look really creepy but the environment and the settings look great. If you’ve played the more recent Heavy Rain or Beyond Two Souls you should know the interactive movie game idea essentially was born with this. The story is out there and very involving, so if you haven’t played Indigo Prophecy then this would be a perfect way to experience the game.

Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered PC download is for $9.99 on Amazon. You can also head to the official game website for more ways to purchase the game. Amazon also lists the following PC requirements to run the game.

  • Supported OS:   [Windows 8, Windows 7]
  • Processor:   Intel Core i3, AMD A10
  • RAM:   4 GB RAM
  • Hard Disk:   15 GB
  • Video Card:   Radeon HD 4450 / Geforce 8800 / HD 4400
  • Additional Requirements:   Supported Gamepads: Microsoft Xbox 360 Games for Windows (Wired), Microsoft Xbox 360 Games for Windows Wireless Controller with Adapter

Here is the remastered trailer for the game. Are you excited to experience this madness again? Was this game worthy enough of an HD remaster? Did you understand what in the blimey world was going on?

Stephen Janes is also co-host of the Pixelated Podcast and occasionally writes for this fabulous site. You can follow his gaming nonsense on Twitter.

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