Fahrenheit (known as Indigo Prophecy in the United States and Canada) is a video game developed and published by Atari and developed by Quantic Dream. The game was released in September 2005. The game was written and directed by Quantic Dream founder David Cage. According to the official Quantic Dream website, Fahrenheit has sold over 800,000 units worldwide since it was released. Quantic's follow-up Heavy Rain, is somewhat of a spiritual successor to the game, while a full-fledged sequel is currently in development.
Fahrenheit (Indigo Prophecy in U.S.A).
This game is amazing.
It was a revolutionary game, a piece of art, the starter of a new gener. Heavy Rain is a result of this game. Even now, it's very exiting to play this piece of art after many years. it didn't have eye-catching graphic but it's game play was enough to keep you exited.
I don't Think that you could find anyone who finished this game and didn't put it in his/her top five favorite games of all time.
This game is utterly amazing, when you get used to the fact that it is meant to be more of a film than a game, you get sucked right in, and the best part of it is that you make the choices that progresses the game further. Game has lots of action, choices, collectables, rewards, great narrative... this game shows that video games can be used to make great interactive films and a form of art.