Fahrenheit demo available

Try out Atari's psycho-thriller.

A playable demo for Fahrenheit, Atari's forthcoming paranoramal thriller for PC and consoles, is now available for download.

The 285MB demo gives you the chance to play through the game's opening, and starts off with an in-game introduction by director David Cage.

Fahrenheit is set in a near-future New York City where ordinary citizens are going round killing complete strangers for no discernible reason. One such citizen is our hero Lucas Kane, who wakes up to find he has murdered someone in a men's bathroom - and has no recollection of why.

It's action adventure with a very dark flavour, essentially, and as you'll know if you read our first impressions of the game it's shaping up rather nicely.

Fahrenheit is due out on PC, PS2 and Xbox in the autumn.

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