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Fahrenheit to Windows

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Quantic Dream
8,6 Mb


The project came out at a time when such blatant and depressingly melancholic games were rare or dwelled in the realm of quests and less expensive adventures. The studio, which would go on to supply Sony with the best exclusive interactive cinema, made a very bold debut in the form of Fahrenheit.


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License Freeware
Compatibility Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11
Supported languages English, Russian

Pros and Cons

  • Interesting storyline
  • Nice graphics
  • Easy control
  • Great soundtrack
  • Some game features

  • QTE - not for beginners

More about Fahrenheit

The game features a thoughtful, deep, and non-linear story full of drama, violence, and even adult scenes. At the same time, the project does not slip into trash and epatage for epatage's sake - everything is in its place and does not seem played up. Fahrenheit is a really adult game that raises extremely serious topics, and its "adulthood" has nothing to do with forbidden content.

The modern player can be stopped by the graphics, which were not strongly corrected by the remaster for PC, as well as the control, which is completely rebuild for modern realities was very difficult - that is why this task was left. Those players who can forgive the game these features of venerable age (the original project is almost two decades old), will discover its unique story structure and dark, addictive atmosphere.

The benefits of the game:

  • A truly bleak tone and atmosphere. Many games that position themselves as "dark and depressing" aren't really that - the drama of these projects isn't built around serious issues. Fahrenheit, on the other hand, does not hesitate to talk to the player on any topic, colorfully and plausibly illustrating them.
  • Non-linearity. The developers have done their best to achieve the maximum for the technology of the time branching through the story. This not only adds to the story of liveliness, but also allows you to pass the project several times, opening up new plot facets.
  • Excellent visuals. Graphics due to the age of the game leaves much to be desired in terms of the modern player, but the project takes other visual characters - angles, color scheme, the selection of tones.
  • Good voice acting. Fahrenheit boasts an excellent original soundtrack, where the voice actors performed as well as other professionals.
  • Original gameplay. Already in the debut project of the studio it was clear what type of gameplay they prefer to use in their games - dynamic QTE and logical puzzles.

If you don't like this type of games - interactive movies with plot-driven gameplay - you won't be surprised by Fahrenheit. But if your case is the opposite, you should not miss this project. The game has great value in terms of the development of the interactive film genre, as well as being a quality, adult work in its own right.

Like most games in the genre, Fahrenheit can be called a one-off game - you can only get the most powerful experience from it once. In spite of this, the project has a high potential of replayability - during the next playthroughs you can get more details and, probably, change your opinion about the gaming situations cardinally.

You should try Fahrenheit if you are:

  • a Quantic Dream fan and want to try out one of the most premium games from their portfolio;
  • love detective thrillers;
  • enjoy games with dense, dark and tense atmosphere;
  • like serious themes and thought-provoking game projects.

Fahrenheit is not for everyone, but if you like similar projects and your favorite media genres are thriller and detective, you should pay attention. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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