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Score Breakdown Based on 11629 ratings
  1. 10 (3345)
  2. 9 (5773)
  3. 8 (1772)
  4. 7 (398)
  5. 6 (132)
  6. 5 (72)
  7. 4 (43)
  8. 3 (23)
  9. 2 (22)
  10. 1 (49)

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  • User Rating 9.3

    One of the most immersive games ever, it'll suck you inside its world for a stupendous, story-driven thrill-ride.

    Rated on December 25, 2005 by FernandoDANTE

    Remember how cool Adventure games used to be? If you think the Adventure genre of gaming is dead, Indigo Prophecy will surprise you. This game marks a more-than-slight return of the genre. When you...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 8.3

    If your looking for a good cheap thriller game...this is a must get

    Rated on July 13, 2006 by TitanTilDaEnd

    Indigo Prohcey is a very different games as compared to others.Your commands are controlled by the analog stick.....If you want to open up a refrigarator in front of you..you tilt the left analog stic...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 9.3

    In my humble opinion, this type of game isn't made anymore... Absolutely original, immersive!!! One of the best ever!!!

    Rated on May 08, 2007 by JCSID

    When I first strat playing INDIGO PROPHECY I thought it was to ambicious! The story plot, the immersive type of gameplay and ambience... All seemed too much to be really accomplished... The truth is t...

    2 out of 4 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 10

    Undoubtebly the best game ive ever played

    Rated on December 26, 2005 by coldmirror

    Indigo Prophecy is a fantastic example of what cinematic gameplay should be like. But most importantly this game gives you the power of choice. You control the story. The twists and turns all depend o...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 9.1

    One of the most groundbreaking, fresh and innovative games in years.

    Rated on July 16, 2006 by Aneurysm_uk

    My name is Lucas Kane, and I am a murderer. Released as "Fahrenheit" in the UK, this is less of a game and more of an interactive film. Quantic Dream have made this based on human emotion, providin...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 8.6

    Wonderful game, Highly recommend!

    Rated on July 17, 2006 by deeewooh

    Though many may think this game is worse than it appers; those people need to play one of this year's most suspenful games. It stars as you, Lucas kane, comitting a murder a the local diner. Thoug...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 9

    The game that take you inside the game by a murder . a strong story thats shake your heart . feeling it as real !!!

    Rated on July 18, 2006 by newown

    The game start at a crime inside a restaurant . Lucas Kane killed someone there without a control . And he's trying to escape from the FBI . The FBI group should follow the crime to know who is the cr...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 9.6

    Play one side against the other!

    Rated on December 27, 2005 by Talisac

    On the floor lies a body, you killed that man, you don't know why. Quick start thinking. What should you do? If you run out of the bathroom into the restaurant you'll surely be caught by one of the co...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 8.7

    A very very good game. Amazing story line and lovable characters.

    Rated on December 28, 2005 by Jolmer

    I played the demo for this game back in August. The moment I saw the spastic movents of Lucas as he stabbed that man in the restroom of Docs Diner I wanted this game. GamePlay- I found this to b...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 8.1

    A hybrid point-and-click/play-a-movie game that succeeds with an interesting story and some inventive controls.

    Rated on July 21, 2006 by jekyll

    Fans of old school point-and-click classics, like Sierra On-Line's Police Quest games, will find much to love in Indigo Prophecy. Also borrowing heavily from gameplay elements found in Sega CD 'play a...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.