Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered listed for January release
It looks like Quantic Dream’s Indigo Prophecy is returning in remastered form next week, if an Amazon listing is any indication.
According to the listing posted on NeoGAF, the uncut version of the game contains Steam DRM and will release January 29 at 12pm PST/3pm EST for a Linux, Mac and PC download.
Titled Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy, it will run you $9.99 from Aspyr Media.
Here's the list of features mentioned in the listing, per Gematsu:
- Interactive Drama - An intuitive control scheme and spectacular split-screen presentation complement the game’s mysterious noir narrative.
- Extensive Replayability - With branching dialog and multiple endings, each playthrough of the game yields a different outcome.
- Multiple Characters - Take control of the narrative through four different playable characters, each illuminating a different perspective of the story.
- Cinematic Score - Fahrenheit features a fully orchestrated [check] score composed by Angelo Badalamenti, famous for his extensive work with director David Lynch.
- Uncut version of the game - Unlike the original North American release, Remastered contains all of the game’s original scenes, uncensored and uncut.
There is also a mobile version in the works, apparently.
The game was originally handed an AO rating by the ESRB in North America and in order to be released on consoles in the region, content such as scenes depicting sex were cut to garner an M rating.
Known as Fahrenheit in Europe and Indigo Prophecy in North America, the Quantic Dream title was an interactive-drama with action-adventure elements. It was released on PC, PlayStation 2 and Xbox in September 2005.