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GameSpot.com wrote:Indigo Prophecy is a game that actually gives the term "cinematic gameplay" some context, as well as some real heartfelt meaning.
The Good: One of the best game stories to come along in quite a while; deep, richly textured characters you will grow incredibly attached to; inventive gameplay mechanics excellently tie together with the onscreen action; high-quality voice acting and soundtrack; great atmosphere.
My Comment: Try the game out. It is a horror/thriller/aventure/ game that uses a unique way of playing the game. The voices in this game were very well done, which doesn't turn you away from the game like most other games do. This game is made in a way to present the story to the gamer in a movie form... blah blah blah.
Try out the game =O
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Yeah. I've heard much about this game too.
They said.. You create your own story.
But of course, as usual many said that this game is just mediocre game.
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its made by quantic dream, the same ppl who made nomad soul which is one of my most favourite games
its a very good game, the ppl at quantic always try to do something different from the normal styles of games and thats respectable
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I almost beat it on the PS2. But now, I'm playing it on the PC, and there's issues with the gamepad. My system is powerful enough to take this game on at full capacity, but the gamepad slows stuff down. I thought at first that it was because I didn't have the Wingman program loaded (I'm using a Logitech Rumblepad Pro 2), so I went and loaded it. That didn't do a damn thing. It lags when I move the analog sticks, and it's pissing me off, because the controls for the keyboard are shit.
I wanna play this so hardcore right now.
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Munto wrote:Try out the game =O
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Just installed, played and finished this. A day or so.
It really is quite good. The QTE's and Track & Field (Hyper Olympic)-ish control systems taxed me more than I'd like to admit.
The story was usual french gibberish, of course. And I wouldn't have it any other way.
I didn't have a problem with my pad, so I can't really help you, derrio.
One thing I noticed is that they stole the Omikron music for their "Making of..." teasers.
Which is funny, since Reeves Gabrels isn't credited anywhere.
Only Angelo Badalamenti (who's still pretty good, Lost Highway soundtrack kicks arse).
No Bowie, however, means an instant fail. :<
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