Vivendi announces Fahrenheit
Game Links :: Fahrenheit
Play both hunter and fugitive in Vivendi's interactive thriller.

- Vivendi today announced Fahrenheit, a game described as a "spectacular interactive thriller", developed by France-based Quantic Dream, the development team behind Omikron, the adventure game that featured the voice and likeness of David Bowie.

In New York, for apparent no reason, ordinary people are randomly killing strangers. There is no evident link between the murderers, but they all follow the same ritual and modus operandi. Lucas Kane, the hero of the game, becomes one of those murderers when he kills a stranger in the men's room of a restaurant. As Lucas, the players must discover what is happening to him - Why did he kill that man? What are those strange visions that populate his mind? Lucas must follow the few clues he has, trying to reach the truth before the police inspector Carla Valenti and her teammate agent Tyler Miles stop him.

Game Features

  • You play more than one character in the game. How you act as one character can have a consequence on other characters you will control later in the game.

  • Fahrenheit blends the limits between cinema and interactivity in ways never seen before, all in real-time 3D.

  • The unique interactive writing techniques mean the player's actions really affect the storyline.

  • Uses ICE technology (Interactive Creative Environment) : Two years in development, Quantic Dream's new generation of technology allows immersive 3D gameplay and graphics, unique cinema directing, virtual actors and cutting-edge motion capture animations.

We have six screenshots of Fahrenheit in our gallery. Enjoy.

(Posted: Thursday, May 6, 2004, 8:15PM GMT)

- Harry

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