Now Playing: Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered (2015)

I have always avoided these David Cage games because I had vague memories of trying this game out back when it originally came out and there being some kind of really awkward scene in the beginning where David Cage literally walks into the restaurant you start the game in and starts talking to you directly about his game before it even starts. It just struck me as a really horrible, and more than a little pretentious, way to set the scene for a story and it just immediately put me off of the whole thing. Later there was all that hype about Heavy Rain and it looked pretty similar and I didn’t have a PS3 at the time anyway so I just ignored it. All this time I was under the impression that these games were just standard over-dramatic murder mystery thrillers that people just liked because of their advanced graphics. One day, not long ago, I saw an article on the interwebs about a remastered re-release of this game coming soon. I don’t even know why I clicked on it, but I did, and went to browse the comments section for some reason. One of the comments said “Only in a David Cage game can you have sex with a dead person and fight the physical form of the internet…”, and for some reason that suddenly made me really want to play this game. What does that say about my state of mind? Who cares, I’m talking about a game here!

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