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Fahrenheit

Fahrenheit

  • Publisher
    Atari
  • Developer
    Quantic Dream
  • Release date
    16 Sep 2005

You carry on with an ordinary life. They have companions, a vocation, and an every day schedule. At that point one day the entirety of this closures. Out of nowhere you are remaining over a dead body shrouded in blood and the blade is in your grasp. You have no clue what occurred and who the unfortunate casualty is, yet one thing is sure - you killed. Without an update or reason, you can just think about what caused you to do this. Is it safe to say that you were fixated? You are as yet uninformed that the forces of an old prescience will win in your destiny and that the predetermination of mankind will be rattled. As you keep yourself shrouded before the police, you bit by bit find what is basic these heavenly events ... what's more, translate the associations with a practically odd influx of homicide that is moving through the city. Experience really imaginative ongoing interaction, where each choice, from studies to straightforward developments, can change the sensational procedure. Assume various jobs to proceed with the activity - and face the results of what you do - right now puzzle. No two game runs will be similar right now experience suggestive of the most energizing riddle films. Control the activity; settle on choices at lightning speed, question observers and significantly more ... every choice changes the ongoing interaction Take on the job of one of the four characters: Lucas Kane - a straightforward person who has all the earmarks of being a ruthless executioner; Detective Carla Valenti, Detective Tyler Miles and Lucas Marcus Kane's sibling Control the characters through 44 acts that freeze blood in your veins; settle on the correct choices to keep up a fragile mental parity, explore uninhibitedly through the game's landscapes and observer through artistic split-see camera edges, experience Hollywood-style activity, with characters vivified with the assistance of 50 doubles, submerge yourself in the indigo Prophecy universe with extraordinary entertainers, multi-camera viewpoints, dynamic story advancement and a goosebumps-creating ambient sounds

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death
male protagonists
options menu
steam achievements
unlockables
boxing
subway
police
snow
playstation trophies
time limit
helicopter
bed
multiple endings
steam trading cards
breath meter
female protagonist
apocalypse
artificial intelligence
toilet
alcoholic beverages
jukebox
sexualized women
guitar
roller coaster
urinal
oracle
basketball
crime-solving
bad endings
alternate game over screen
dancing
pills
murder mystery
tutorial
quick-time events
punching bag
new york
psychological thriller
sanity meter
paranormal
winter
new york city police department
restaurant
interactive movie
amusement park
fight sequences
you play as a police
investigations
qte
shower
quick timed events (qte)
museum
mental health
branching story
children
branching paths
park
sexual conent
dialogue choice
church
unlockable gallery
stealth section
stealth sequence
military base
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About Fahrenheit

Fahrenheit is released by Atari in 16 Sep 2005. The game is designed by Quantic Dream. Fahrenheit is a typical representative of the Role-playing (RPG) genre. Playing Fahrenheit is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Role-playing (RPG), there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Fahrenheit will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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Fahrenheit is versatile and does not stand still, but it is never too late to start playing. The game, like many Role-playing (RPG) games has a full immersion in gaming. AllGame staff continues to play it.

Fahrenheit is perfect for playing alone or with friends.

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The story

This section tells the history of the world of Fahrenheit

Without knowing why, Lucas Kane kills a man in a diner's restroom in New York City. Frightened, he contacts a spiritual medium, who helps him find out what happened the night of the murder. But what they find out doesn't only raise further questions, but puts everybody's life in danger.

Screenshots

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Fahrenheit - scene 1
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Fahrenheit - scene 3
Fahrenheit - scene 4

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