Atari's INDIGO PROPHECY for the PS2 is a game like no other. Entering into the life of one man, players find themselves doing everything from mundane tasks to solving the strange mystery revolving around a murder. The adventure game includes a fascinating story, great characters, and incredibly inventive gameplay. The game revolves around Lucas Kane, who may or may not be a murderer. The IT professional visits a New York diner late one night, and the game opens with him in the bathroom. Lucas is carving a strange symbols on his forearm as he shakes and convulses. When another man enters, Lucas goes crazy and kills him. This is just the beginning of Lucas's mystery, and it's up to the player to help him unravel it. One of the biggest aspects of the game is that players have almost total freedom in regards to what actions to take. After the opening sequence, for example, players can choose to hide the body or to simply run. Every choice has a consequence, though, and players will quickly learn that taking the first presented option may not be the best bet. This freedom, however, means that players will rarely experience the same story twice and allows for great replayability. The storyline that players experience after the opening sequence is full of twists and turns, and it's not all from Lucas's point of view. INDIGO PROPHECY is full of twists, turns, and amazing gameplay that all gamers will enjoy.