Indigo Prophecy related announcement in 8 days?

Shadow2222

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Oh boy. I know that the game fell apart at the end (supposedly due QD having to rush to finish the game), but the overall atmosphere of the game is still one of my favorites in gaming history.

Question now is sequel, spiritual successor, or HD remaster
I feel like it would be one of the first two. The game would need a full remake rather than a remaster to look decent (unless that is what you meant).
 

Javier23

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Yeah, I too enjoyed this one quite a bit back in the day, clusterfuck of an ending and all.
 

KefkaPalazzo

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Remaster I would have zero interest in, remake I would if only for the first third of the game.

Now if they were to remake the first third of the game, and completely redo the rest...man, that would be something else.

I don't see why they would go back to this IP though.
 

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Vuze

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Oh snap, let's see what this turns out to be!
I actually liked the premise of Fahrenheit (still not sure why they picked different names), but couldn't get myself beyond that military station(?) part
 

Shauni

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I feel like it would be one of the first two. The game would need a full remake rather than a remaster to look decent (unless that is what you meant).
Nah, I was just thinking remaster. I don't know, it wasn't a looker, though, that's for sure.
 

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I assume this will be in a collection with Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls.

Would be weird to just do a port of this game only
 

Rymuth

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Yuck. Don't want to remember that game at all.
It's the only game that had you playing the role of outwitting the cops, for that--it deserves to be remembered fondly.

Wonder what happens in the second half of the game. I seem to have purposefully killed the part of my brain that housed those memories...hmmm...
 

JayEH

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It's the only game that had you playing the role of outwitting the cops, for that--it deserves to be remembered fondly.

Wonder what happens in the second half of the game. I seem to have purposefully killed the part of my brain that housed those memories...hmmm...
Wonder why...
 

Astarte

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I can't wait to play more Matrix claustrophobia simulators. What even happened in the final parts anyway? Good god.
 

Dio

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I remember the demo being really, really interesting back when I got it on PS2.

Years later, I saw the rest of the game and laughed my ass off. Ancient Mayans, ghost lice the size of a human, secret hobo underground network and The Matrix.

It's like every David Cage game is cobbled together out of movies he got off Netflix and decided to stitch together.
 

Balphon

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Fahrenheit is still a better title.

And good lord did that game fall apart at the finale.
 

Begaria

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It was found and posted by bamsauce in the Quantic Dream "surprise in January" thread:
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=148334984&postcount=182

Where we discussed this a bit. Also, bamsauce has exactly one post. That post.
A neoGAF user named bamsauce in the Quantic Dream thread posted it. http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=148334984&postcount=182. Actually forgot to put that in the OP in my rush to post the topic, fixed now.

Interestingly, bamsauce only has one post and that was it. Very weird :p
Great minds think a like, as they say.
 

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I still have the Steam version of Indigo Prophecy that got pulled years ago. I played it maybe 4 years ago but stopped a fair way through when I sold my laptop for my current one, not realising the game didn't have cloud saves (of course).

I enjoyed what I played of it, but I can't imagine Quantic doing anything PC related again. The Aspyr nod suggests a Mac or Linux (or both) port of something or other
 

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I would be intrested if they redo/ rewrite the last 40% or so of the game in something less batshit insane.
 

Amir0x

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I'd prefer an Omikron HD remaster.
Honestly I'd pretty much prefer anything, including getting nails pummeled into my eyes, than experiencing Indigo Prophecy story again. But it did have some actual interesting concepts relating to the choices behind scenes, unlike a lot of future Quantic Dream games.
 
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720p alright ? Heavy Rain got you covered.
I enjoyed Heavy Rain, but Fahrenheit holds a special place in my heart that HR just wasn't able to fill.

You mean necrophilia in 1080p! God this game took all kinds of weird turns.
That it did. The QTE in the apartment with the ex GF where you're controlling the thrusts and then the vibration conveys the ejaculation is something I'll never, ever forget.
 

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One of the worst games I've ever choked down. Everything about it was awful. The absolutely nonsensical story (why the fuck am I having a magical kung fu fight with the internet!?), the amateur hour writing, the fucking instant fail stealth sections, the controls, just... ugh.
 

Myggen

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The diner scene at the very beginning was pretty incredible, but it was all downhill from there until the worst turn in video game history.