(PS2 / PlayStation 2)

Fahrenheit (PS2 / PlayStation 2)

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Europe PAL Version

Posted by Sammy Barker

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Fahrenheit is a compellingly quirky Playstation 2 affair that we can guarantee plays nothing like any other game you've played.It's original, it's cinematic and while the plot takes a turn for the worse later on, remains refreshing right the way...

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