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Fahrenheit Indigo Prophecy Remastered 2015 is originally developed way back in 2005 by Quantic Dream. The remastered version has been developed and published by Aspyre. This game was made available for the general public on 28th January 2015.

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Fahrenheit which is known as Indigo Prophecy in North America has been remastered with updated textures in HD. In this version of Fahrenheit Indigo Prophecy Remastered PC Game New York is jolted by the mysterious murders which have almost the same pattern. The citizens of New York have many questions in their minds and are perplexed and they start killing the absolute strangers. You are given the mission to uncover these mysterious forces which are causing panic in the city. If you are searching latest action game then download evolve 2015 PC Game from our site

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Fahrenheit (known as Indigo Prophecy in North America) is an action-adventure game developed by Quantic Dream and published by Atari for Microsoft Windows, Xbox, and PlayStation 2 in September 2005. The plot follows Lucas Kane, a man who commits murder while supernaturally possessed, and two police detectives investigating the case. Gameplay involves the player in making decisions to alter the narrative.

Writer and director David Cage completed the 2,000-page script in one year. Quantic Dream, then employing almost eighty people, took two years to develop the game. Fahrenheit was chiefly praised for the story, characters, voice acting, and music, but criticised for the ending and graphics. It sold over one million copies. The remastered version released for Windows, Android, iOS, Linux, and macOS in 2015, and PlayStation 4 in 2016.

Fahrenheit is an action-adventure game[c] played from third- and first-person perspectives.[8][9][10] The main controllable characters are Lucas Kane, a man supernaturally possessed into committing murder, and New York City police detectives Carla Valenti and Tyler Miles, who pursue him;[11] Lucas' brother Markus is occasionally playable.[8] Story details can change and three endings are unlockable depending on what the player does, including managing the protagonists' state of mind and pressing on-screen prompts.[8][11] The left analogue stick is for movement, the right one will trigger actions like dialogue choices or grabbing objects, and both are needed to summon Lucas' paranormal abilities. To mimic exertion, the trigger buttons must be pressed rapidly.[8][12] Chapters may be replayed once the player has beaten the game.[8]

Fahrenheit was developed by Quantic Dream.[5] Founder David Cage served as writer and director.[29] Due to lack of support from initial publisher Vivendi Games, the role was turned over to Atari, adding to the budget.[30] The game had originally been planned as an episodic title with twelve instalments and a team of writers, but Cage later abandoned the format.[31] His intention was to make something that would satisfy ex- and non-gamers, expressing frustration with the industry's repetitive nature and focus on younger demographics. He saw story as the primary import and resolved that the narrative would be formed based on player choice. To maintain control of the pacing and quality in an ever-changing plot, he thought of it as a rubber band; "the player can stretch or deform the rubber band through his actions, but whatever he does the backbone of my story is always there".[32] The American setting and classic archetypes were deliberately chosen for accessibility.[33] The design document took him a year to finish, was composed of 2,000 pages, and required comprehensive directions to avoid any sudden alterations to the production.[34]

Fahrenheit entailed nearly eighty in-house employees, in addition to sixty stuntmen and actors who performed over twelve hours' worth of facial and motion capture animation, which they concluded in three months, and three hours of voice work. A blue colour filter, high dynamic range effects, and film grain were used to achieve the desired atmosphere.[7][35] Early gameplay tests resulted in a thirty-percent faster navigation, while some cut-scenes were removed or sped up. Cage decided to implement a gauge to more clearly represent a character's mental health. This system as well as the "game over" sequences were completed in two weeks. He then came up with a context-sensitive user interface where moving the analogue sticks could enable an unrestricted number of gestures.[34] Cage appeared in the tutorial at the request of a Vivendi producer.[36] The TV series 24 inspired the use of split screen in the game, both for its visual and interactive potential.[34] The films Snake Eyes (1998), Seven (1995), Jacob's Ladder (1990), and Angel Heart (1987) influenced the story and characters; Fight Club (1999) and Dune (1984) made an impact on the voice-over.[31] Composer Angelo Badalamenti recorded the score with a Canadian orchestra, supervised by Normand Corbeil. Badalamenti was told by the director to think of the soundtrack as though it were made for a movie.[35] Corbeil worked on the project for a month and a half.[37] Fahrenheit was released to manufacturing in early September 2005,[38] after two years of development.[35]

Atari, Inc. published Fahrenheit for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, and Xbox in Europe and North America on 16 and 20 September 2005, respectively.[38][39] It was made downloadable on Xbox 360 in 2007.[1] Fahrenheit was renamed Indigo Prophecy in North America to avoid confusion with the 2004 film Fahrenheit 9/11,[7][40] a point of contention between Cage and Atari.[41] Sex scenes were omitted from this version, but included in Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered, which launched for Windows, Android, iOS, Linux, and macOS in 2015, and PlayStation 4 in 2016.[5][40]

According to Metacritic, Fahrenheit received generally favourable reviews by critics.[45][46][47] Executive producer Guillaume de Fondaumière claimed it was the highest-rated in its genre since Grim Fandango (1998) and considered the release a commercial success,[7][51] with over one million copies sold.[39] It was named the best adventure game of 2005 by Computer Games Magazine,[52] GameSpy,[53] PC Gamer,[54] and IGN;[55] Adventure Gamers ranked it fifty-seventh of all time.[56] Game Informer listed Fahrenheit last among ten video game openings.[57] Garnett Lee of praised the "disturbing" and graceful nature of the story as well as its combination with the gameplay, saying Fahrenheit had set a new standard for future aims of doing so.[48] GameSpot's Alex Navarro highlighted the layers of context and "heartfelt meaning" to its use of cinematic gameplay. He enjoyed the narrative, dubbing it "deep, captivating", and, echoing Lee, "disturbing". The character development, art style, voice acting, and music also saw approval from Navarro.[8] Raymond M. Padilla at GameSpy declared that "it's so good that it just might save a dying genre", regarding the plot and main characters to be well-written and the voice cast as one of the best of the year. The controls were admired for their accessibility,[11] while the score was complimented for its "moody and captivating" qualities.[58] Writing for GameZone, Ronnie Hobbs liked that the controls helped with narrative immersion, and that this created an emotional connection to the characters. Hobbs' verdict read: "Despite its flaws, Indigo Prophecy is the definitive interactive story, and not only does it perfect the genre, it redefines it".[49] Charles Onyett, reviewing the game for IGN, thought it succeeded in its effort to provide a movie-like experience. The feature of multiple playable characters was believed to have worked well, the action choreography and voice acting impressed him, and the soundtrack was described as gripping.[50] 350c69d7ab

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