Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered released on Steam, looks sharp(er)

Gare – Sunday, February 1, 2015 11:14 PM
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That was a clever way to combine the North-American and the, well, not-North-American titles of the same game, I’ll have to admit – but I’m getting ahead of myself. For the uninitiated, Fahrenheit – released back in 2005 – is Quantic Dream’s initial foray into the cinematic interactive drama, and also the game that paved the way for David Cage’s next project, the highly successful Heavy Rain. As for Fahrenheit itself, I recall it starting off with a fairly interesting murder mystery sort of affair, after which things turn a bit… well, unusual, for lack of a better word. At least that’s how I remember it – it’s been ten whole years, you see.

And, after ten years, the game now has a remastered edition on PC, with upgraded graphics (it does seem a bit sharper, I suppose, despite still looking very 2005-ish) as well as completely uncut and uncensored content. The new version also comes with gamepad support and a handy feature for those wishing to reminisce – the ability to change back and forth between the old and upgraded graphics via a single button press.

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