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Indigo Prophecy review

Get ready to play something different


  • Bemani-style action games
  • Many
  • many options to consider
  • Heightened drama like never before


  • Script keeps your boundaries tight
  • Some exaggerated facial expressions
  • The bookstore sequence

It wants to be different, that much is clear from the off. From the widescreen presentation of each scene to the smartass split screen cameras, Prophecy sets its agenda with astounding production values. What starts as a seemingly psychotic-homicide (committed by main character and loner Lucas Kane) quickly evolves into a well paced tale, mixing gameplay driven character background studies with ‘innovative’ action sequences.

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DescriptionIt's an unusual gameplay formula that works pleasingly well, alternating between the dramatic and the tranquil, the eerie and the normal with surprising deftness.
PlatformPS2, Xbox, PC
US censor ratingMature
Release date12 September 2005 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)