Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered is Real!

Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered has been revealed and is available now on iOS, PC, Mac, and Linux, with an Android release coming soon.

Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered is exactly what it sounds like: a remastered, high-definition version of the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and PC game Indigo Prophecy (or Fahrenheit in PAL regions). The port is being handled by Aspyr Media and features full controller support, widescreen viewing, and the ability to switch between the original graphics and the updated graphics at the press of a button. The game is priced at $9.99 on all available platforms.

The website achillingfeeling.com was uncovered a few days ago, and it now redirects to fahrenheit-game.com, where the re-release is available for purchase. Check out the upgraded screenshots below to see just how big of an improvement has been made.

Indigo Prophecy was originally released in 2005 on the aforementioned systems. Developed by French studio Quantic Dream, it is coined as an interactive narrative experience. It features psychological and paranormal elements, with several different endings depending on how the player reacts. It seems to fit right in line with games the studio later developed, including Heavy Rain and most recently Beyond: Two Souls, which are both PlayStation 3 exclusives.

Want a chance to win a free game? You’re in luck! We’re running a giveaway that you can enter up until February 9th! Go here to enter! OR ELSE!

My Opinion:

It’s only a little weird that I was looking up Indigo Prophecy on eBay the other day. What a coincidence! I didn’t end up getting the game but I ordered the strategy guide, of all things. I’m curious as to why this isn’t coming to PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, because I would buy it in a heartbeat. Please make it happen, Aspyr Media.

Matt Middleton is an associate writer for MONG. He is also a lover of Mexican cuisine, How I Met Your Mother, and fun video games. Follow him on Twitter for a daily dose of song lyrics and pictures and thoughts about the aforementioned food and video games.

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