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Indigo Prophecy (2005)

Fahrenheit (original title)
A man is forced to go on the run after he unwillingly becomes involved in a series of supernatural crimes that have haunted New York City.

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Bogart / Anton / Professor Kuriakin / Doug / Coroner / Takeo / Security Guard / Soldier (voice)
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Samantha Malone / Kate Morrison / Markus Kane (Young) / Mary Kane / TV Evangelist / Operator / Disaster Reporter (voice)
Doug Rand ...
Markus Kane / Garrett / Artificial Intelligence / Orderly (voice)
Christian Erickson ...
The Oracle / John (voice)
Jodie Forrest ...
Tiffany / Agatha / Ocean Reporter (voice) (as Jodi Forrest)
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Tommy (voice) (as Matthew Geczy)
Mike Marshall ...
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Thomas M. Pollard ...
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Barbara Scaff ...
Jimmy Shuman ...
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Allan Wenger ...
Martin McCarthy / Frank / Sergeant Mitchell / John Kane / Cop / Famine Reporter / Newscaster (voice)
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Himself (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Françoise Cadol ...
Carla Valenti (voice)
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Storyline

The story begins when Lucas Kane, in a possessed trance, stabs a man in the restrooms of an East Side diner and then flees the scene in confusion. There have been similar, ritualistic murders in New York. Valenti is the officer charged with solving the case, and tracking down Kane. Other characters in the game include Marcus Kane, the priest brother of Lucas, and Tyler Miles, Carla's police partner. Written by Tom Murphy

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Guilt is a chilling feeling


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20 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Indigo Prophecy  »

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Director David Cage changed the name of the game in the US to "Indigo Prophecy". He said that he wanted to change all versions of the game to Indigo Prophecy, but the game had become too well known in Europe as "Fahrenheit" to make that possible. See more »

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The game is set in 2009 and the main character is a young man, but in his flashback scenes to his childhood, the soldiers are dressed in 1940s-era uniforms and equipment. See more »

Quotes

Carla Valenti: [to Lucas] Are you afraid to die?
Lucas Kane: Not anymore...
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Connections

Referenced in Heavy Rain (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

Street Tough
Performed by Ben E. King
Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing
(P) 1981 Elektra Entertainment Group
Written by Willie Hutch
(c) 1980 Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI) and It's A Song Music (BMI)
All rights administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
All rights reserved. Used by permission
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half hour in and this is one of the best games ever
23 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

only 30 Min's in the game and it's so exciting, the graphics, and story are both top notch. The voice acting for the characters is so good, it makes you wonder if you are really playing a game and not watching a movie. Being able to ask plenty of questions to other characters is another fine point as well as interacting with different things around your surrounding. There is just so many things to do. throughout the game you can find bonus points which you can use to unlock pictures, video clips and music from the soundtrack.

this is the best game i have ever played, the storyline is gripping and iv'e only played the first 30 minutes. I can only wonder what will happen as i progress.


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