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I'm halfway through Indigo Prophecy (at least that's the North American title), therefore, it's time for a halfway review.

Pretty much I'll review older games (pre-2010) when I reach around the halfpoint of the game.


Okay, so pretty much the story's interesting and gripping, and the gameplay's really good for the most part. The camera angling is weird though, and it's really unpredictable. There's a lot of quicktime events, but they're different than most other games. Instead of mashing a single button, or pressing buttons that appear on screen, you push the control sticks in different directions corresponding with the color on screen. It sounds complicated, but it's actually pretty simple.

The graphics are actually really decent for a PS2/Xbox title.

Okay, now for originality of the idea.

Pretty much, it's about a guy who was possessed by this other dude and the guy (who's named Lucas Kane) kills someone. Pretty much you play as Lucas and two cops who're trying to catch him. It's a pretty original idea, and it's addicting. Okay, time for conclusions.


I highly recommend Indigo Prophecy to anyone who has a PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360, PC, and I believe it's also on PS3. It costs $10 to download it on Xbox Live, however, I bought a PS2 copy for $8 at a store specializing in retro gaming.

Get yourself a copy of this game. It's great.

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